Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will be heading back into the octagon, or the squared circle or the parallelogram of destiny, or whatever you want to call it tonight.
After taking what most pundits called a bit of a thumping two weeks ago, the president is maybe going to want to pattern his approach after Vice President Joe Biden this time around. His second in command went after self-proclaimed "numbers guy" and VP candidate Paul Ryan with a collection of laughs, derisive snorts and straightforward mocking on Thursday. And he kind of won on that.
So I, for one, am curious to see what President Obama does this time around.
The debate will start at 9 p.m. tonight and is in Town Hall format. Moderated by CNN's Candy Crowley, the debate will feature questions for the candidates from a live audience. It will be held on the campus of Hofstra University on Long Island.
It will be covered on all major networks and simulcast on YouTube.
If you want to find a left-leaning audience, you can search on Barack Obama's website for events.
If you're looking to break right, Mitt Romney's website has an events calendar here.
Enjoy the show! Seriously, try to, it's kind of an important civic duty to watch this stuff.