So what did you watch on TV last night? The Valérie Pécresse-Gérald Darmanin duel, on France 2, or the Éric Zemmour-Jean-Luc Mélenchon match, on BFMTV? And on Wednesday evening, you watched the Yannick Jadot-Sandrine Rousseau debate, on LCI? Personally, I preferred the battle of Pope Francis against Benedict XVI. What do you mean you haven’t seen her? Yet it was on TF1, at 8:30 p.m. Okay, I’m kidding. But you will see that as things are going, we will end up being entitled to it. With the battery of polls just after: who won the match? Did Francis crush Benedict XVI, or the reverse? In the meantime, here we are, I imagine (yes, I imagine, because I am writing this post Thursday morning, well before the announced confrontation…) with the Mélenchon-Zemmour polls. First poll: should we agree to debate with Zemmour? Second poll: who won? Third poll: who is now best placed for the presidential election? Fourth poll: could one of the two (and which one) advance to the second round? And so on. Enough to last until the grand final, with debates and polls. With whoever you want against who you want. As long as there is a scent of transgression, a promise of scandal and shocking proposals, to set fireplaces on fire (hum…). There are days like this when I wonder if I’m not going to end up throwing my TV in the channel.