Much like the rest of the country I suspect, our family Saturday nights are spent juggling Strictly Come Dancing and The X Factor, with husband often heading off elsewhere muttering about car shows on Quest - sound familiar to anyone else?
But what I like best about Strictly are the people who obviously have no previous dance training - step forward Ruth Langsford and Northamptonshire's own Rev Richard Coles - who have fun and give it their best shot.
OK, so they're not the best dancers and truthfully are in a similar vein to John Sergeant, Ann Widdicombe and Ed Balls, but they train hard and enjoy themselves, which is surely what it is all about. In my mind, they embody the spirit of Strictly.
What about Debbie McGee - how amazing is she, who knew she was such a good dancer? Yoga and pilates are said to be the secret of her suppleness - if so, find me a class and sign me up please!
If I was a betting woman (which I'm not), my money would be on Aston Merrygold or Alexandra Burke to win though. They are, to borrow a phrase from Craig, 'fabulous, darling!'
But for sheer guts and determination, I'm going to be cheering on Ruth and Debbie now our Richard has sadly been eliminated.
As for The X Factor, we're still watching it but I loathe the bear-pit that is the Six Chair Challenge.
It's bordering on cruel, and while we do our best to encourage our young people to be kind, this is the antithesis of that message, with the audience baying as to who should be thrown off their seats to make room for the singer of their choice.
Not that I'm sure Simon Cowell cares or will ever read this, but I believe a rethink of the current format is needed.
I'll concede that it's maybe an age thing, but a bit like swapping from Radio One to Radio Two at a certain age, I've found myself making a similar migration from The X Factor to Strictly Come Dancing.