Another fun Wednesday beckons. The first question time for Gordon Brown since he decided not to call a general election.
Monday's statement on Iraq was a sombre affair, light on partisan insults. Today's half-hour should be rather different.
The warm-up act, the hors d’œuvre, the appetiser, is 30 minutes of questions to Wales Office Ministers Peter Hain and Huw Irranca-Davies.
The questions were tabled before Parliament returned from its summer break this Monday but that shouldn't stop creative MPs from posing more topical queries - perhaps raising the missing millions from the Welsh settlement in the spending review.
What will be the impact of the deal on the Labour/Plaid coalition government in Cardiff Bay? If the local government settlement west of the border mirrors that in England then councils may find it a struggle to keep council tax rises low in the run-up to next year's elections.
Will the "challenging" settlement create tensions between Labour and Plaid Cymru?
Plaid parliamentary leader Elfyn Llwyd says Ministers will have to prioritise the policies in their coalition accord: "They may have to make cuts here and there.
"We knew it was going to be tight. It is disappointing, not devastating is it?"