Never mind the bollocks - it's Question Time!
BBC chiefs are bracing themselves for they don't quite know what tonight as political debate show Question Time features former Sex Pistol John Lydon as a panellist.
Lydon - or Johnny Rotten, as he was known in his punk days - has always been known for his outspokenness ever since his famous foul-mouthed TV interview with Bill Grundy in 1976.
But more recently he has been seen advertising Farmer's Wife butter - a job he took, he says, to finance a new album by his current band, Public Image Ltd.
"Those poor saps at Question Time don't know what to expect," said a TV insider today. "Of course they half hope Johnny goes off on one and tells everyone to eff off and the like.
"That might make them have to do one of those grovelling BBC apologies, but think of the ratings!
"Of course, he might just come over like a complete berk - like Will Young did or that cheesemaking twat from Blur.
"That would be worse."