Goodness, that didn't go down too well! Almost rubber hoses at dawn! Needless to say 3 wasn't best pleased when I said there was no possibility of moving his bulky frame nearer to the TV. He, like Mad, was pissed of with the fact that 'it is on Sky', so both needed to be very much more mobile if they wished to have an immediate result. I suggested that weight and age were against them which, also, didn't go down well! Mills sniggered - she may be a bit creaky but can at least make it upstairs to watch on the laptop (whatever that may be!) and quite readily goaded the boys with the fact I intervened and suggested that I bring the laptop down to the kitchen and turn up the volume. Neither would see the action but could hear what was happening - grudgingly they concurred. Mills suggested to both that she could relate the intricacies equally as well as Martin by sitting on my knee and watching. In the interests of fairness, I told her she would be on the floor or prowling between the two housemates - that didn't go down well either and we have had a lot of 'cleaning up' to do today. There are two plus sides from my point of view: I can cook my dinner without missing any racing and 'The President' can decide if he wants to join in!!