The soon-to-be-ex Prime Minister and his minder made an appearance on ITV's GMTV this morning. I didn't see it but heard about it on radio. Brace yourself for the luv-in.
He's still pedaling the lie that child credits will be removed by the other parties. Not one word about the debt we owe and that labour isn't going to start paying it off until next year, leaving us paying a massive amount in interest.
Seeing the man who wants to continue governing this country clinging onto his wife on daytime television and insisting he's the only person who can save us is embarrassing to say the least.
Listen to his reply about would he stand down if he didn't win: "If I couldn't make difference anymore I'd go off and do something else. Sarah and I might do charity voluntary work. I don't want to do business or anything like that. I just want to do something good and if you can't make a difference in the job you're doing, just my very thought, thought of what... is to go and do something else to help other people."
Gordon Brown knows he's finished. This interview is the start of the Browns' double act as charity workers. There will be a lot more to come in the future - be warned.