No, not the camp song contest, although after Annabel Goldie's Members' Debate on River City last week, (I kid you not) anything is possible.
Labour and the SNP indulged in the hypothetical European constitutional Hokey Cokey.
Would an independent Scotland be in or out? In or out ?
And they will be shaking that one all about for the next two years.
Back in the world of everyday real people, unemployment figures were revealed. The total of 223,000 in Scotland was an increase of 16,000 on the same month last year.
Finance Secretary John Swinney argued we need more money, £300million to be precise, from London to get the economy moving.
Of this, a sizaeable chunk would be for projects in Glasgow that are, to use the SNP's – or rather Barack Obama's – phrase 'shovel ready'.
Like oven ready, that means they have already been prepared, the planning permission veg washed and peeled and the funding sauces mixed ready to get cooking with.
Release the cash, get the workers off the dole and on site, reduce the unemployment benefit bill, increase the tax take and stimulate the economy. Who could argue with that? Labour was not arguing, its finance spokesman Ken Macintosh agreed. But he blamed the SNP for other cuts that put people on the dole.
It is the Chancellor, though, who is not in agreement. The UK unemployment rate is 8%, in Scotland it is 8.2%, in Glasgow it is 10.9%.
The claimant count, those who qualify for Job Seeker's Allowance, in the UK is 3.9%, in Scotland 4.3% and in three Glasgow constituencies it is 7%.
So why would George Osborne not see the need, or the benefit, of such a move?
Well, Mr Osborne was in Glasgow last week. He didn't visit the places where people have no job or the places where people are worried they will lose their job, like Remploy in Springburn.
Instead, he had dinner at the Hilton with the bosses' club, the CBI, and visited a defence factory where, thankfully, people have jobs. He said he would not be changing course on his austerity measures.
And in Tatton, where the well heeled folks elect a certain George Gideon Oliver Osborne as MP, claimant count is 2.1%.
So, Mr Swinney will have to find some other way of getting the work done – and for that we eagerly await his Budget next Thursday.