Will reminded me that I intended to inform you about the latest developments regarding the televised exposure of these three politicians pictured above.
To be honest, if the NoW is accurate, these are not going to be debates, they will be party political broadcasts.
It's alleged Gordon Brown and David Cameron are demanding a ban on questions from the floor for fear of being ambushed by rival party members. It would mean the audience being denied the chance to question the men who intend to govern this country.
The PM also wants the audience packed with almost twice as many Labour supporters as Tories, to reflect his Commons majority, but furious David Cameron is insisting there should be more of his followers as he is well ahead in the polls.
An insider said last night: "We've had two months of talks about the format for the debates. There have been disagreements about which leader shakes hands first, where they stand on stage and how much camera time they get. But the audience has been the biggest sticking point so far."
These men are actually standing for election to the most powerful job in the land.
Surely Alex Salmond is now pleased he's not part of this masquerade.