Bruce Forsyth has to go, yah?
AND we're off! Strictly Come Dancing eventually got down to the dancing on Friday, after a longer-drawn-out intro than even The X Factor manages.
Here's a tip - we really don't care what so-called ordinary members of the public are saying about Strictly. Get rid of these silly montages immediately.
I would also love if it they would get rid of Bruce Forsyth too, but many of us have been asking that for years without any joy, so I fear it's never going to happen.
He is getting even more hopeless though, stumbling over the autocue and getting annoyed when the audience laughs at his jokes and when they don't laugh.
Bruce telling young Dani Harmer that she had 'a lot of front' was frankly rather creepy. Oh, and by the way, Bruce and Tess Daly have yet to learn, even after 10 series when she is introduced the correct way in each show, that Mrs Jordan calls herself Ola which rhymes with 'holler', not Ola which rhymes with 'bowler'.
His sidekick looked a real Tess Mess, with unkempt hair and two unwise choices of dresses over the weekend's shows which didn't suit her at all.
And then there was new judge Darcey Bussell, who seemed far posher than before and finished every sentence with a question mark and either 'yah?' or 'OK?'.
She sounded just like mad PR woman Siobhan Sharpe from Twenty Twelve. I expect that next week she'll start saying 'OK, the thing is guys....'.
My favourite dancers so far are Kimberley Walsh, Colin Salmon - it takes a brave man to pull off sequins and leopard print - and of course Lisa Riley, who was a revelation.
Strictly was more fun and entertaining this weekend than the first live shows of The X Factor, despite Louis Walsh's efforts to make us laugh, before everything went all serious with the debacle over deadlock.
His best comment was 'I remember Woodstock', when it turned out he just remembered watching the film. In that case, I remember Titanic.