Another week, another debate.
What these people still have left to disagree about is beyond me.
Alistair Darling has conceded that an independent Scotland could use the pound without a currency union.
And the Scottish Government agrees with its UK counterpart so much that it wants to share the currency, central bank, monarchy, welfare system and the timeshare in Pensacola.
Tonight's Scotland Decides debate, which airs on STV between 8pm and 10pm, will be a Salmond and Darling free zone, a crushing blow to fans of finger-pointing and creative oil projections.
Instead, STV's political editor Bernard Ponsonby -- or "The Notorious Bernie P" as he makes us call him -- will moderate a town hall discussion between three representatives from Yes Scotland (Nicola Sturgeon, Patrick Harvie and Elaine C Smith) and three from Better Together (Douglas Alexander, Ruth Davidson and Kezia Dugdale).
An audience of 350 voters will be on hand to ask questions but only after they've finished their cereal.
Since the debate lasts roughly 56 hours, we have provided you with another (last one, we promise) referendum debate drinking game.
So, put the kids out, send the cat to bed, and get a bottle of your favourite tipple to hand.*
- Yes, yes, we know that we have to point out that this is a JOKE. Drink responsibly.
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