We at the Politics Show have had plenty of discussions over the last few weeks about how to deal with coalition government.
The big question, when is three a crowd during TV debates?
We've had complaints in previous weeks about all three parties being represented in discussions.
The objection is at times a legitimate one. With a coalition, surely you need only one representative from either the Conservatives or Liberal Democrats to speak for the Government?
There has been one week I can remember where we did get all three parties in when it probably was misguided.
Both the Lib Dems and Tories were singing from the same hymn sheet, and therefore ganging up on Labour. It would have been more balanced with just one Coalition representative.
Now I have to say the Labour MP in question was more than able to handle it, but it's not something that should happen every week.
Was it a mistake then for us to have all three parties represented in our post-budget debate this week?
I'd argue no.
Where the Coalition parties are in general agreement on an issue, then one representative will do.
But on something as momentous and as controversial as this week's Budget, I think it's right to hear from all three of the larger parties.
Firstly, both parts of the Coaliton - Conservatives and Liberal Democrats - should be held accountable for their joint decisions, and also be given a chance to justify them.
Secondly, there are clearly rumblings of discontent amongst the Liberal Democrats about parts of the Budget - the scale and timing of the cuts, and the choice to raise VAT.
So a debate with a Lib Dem representative, can also explore just how united the coalition is.
It does require careful handling and it won't happen every week, or even most weeks, but I think on this occasion it was justified.
If you didn't catch it live, check out the debate on the BBC iPlayer and let me know what you think.
We're off air next Sunday for the Wimbledon mens' final so I'm going to lie down in a darkened room for a week. Hope the rest of you enjoy the sunshine.