Count them - I have and I make it eight full-length television debates being broadcast in Scotland during the general election campaign.
Because separate arrangements have to be made for Wales and Scotland to give the nationalist parties a fair go viewers in these countries are being given an extra treat of double the political viewing time of people in England.
That could total 12 hours of repetitive mind-numbing, sorry crucial, political huffing and puffing before being allowed to put a cross in the box.
The SNP is complaining that it is being excluded from the debates. There must be more votes to be won in campaigning for fewer debates.
Here's that list in full:
Three x leaders debates on ITV, BBC and Sky
Three x Scottish leaders debates on STV, BBC Scotland and Sky
Two x proposed Treasury (Darling vs Osborne) and Business (Mandy vs Clarke)
Viewers will be sleep-walking into the voting booths after that.
But wait, I have to suffer for my language too. The BBC have just confirmed that they hope to stage a Gaelic debate on BBC Alba too. That's nine debates to be endured.
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