If yesterday was 'fabulous Friday', Saturday promises to be a slightly more prosaic affair - at least for fans of Team GB. Let's keep the alliteration going by calling it 'satisfactory Saturday'.
Last Saturday, the British guys and gals were left sporting more medallions than a Sir Jimmy Saville lookalike, but today will serve as a reminder of previous Games - Atlanta for example - when any medal was a cause for celebration.
It will be a day to remember the Olympic ethos that it is the taking part that matters, not the winning.
But we do have two British medal hopes coming up in the early hours and a few other highlights to look out for.
Pete Waterfield and teenager Tom Daley
Both will feature in the semi-finals of the men's 10m platform diving from 3am and, hopefully, the final later in the day. Daley is perhaps Britain's best known teenager (or, if not, who is), but Waterfield is the more realistic medal prospect.
Stevenson will be hoping to land team GB's first taekwondo medal (though it surely isn't sour grapes to suggest young Aaron Cook should have left Beijing with a medal). Stevenson will be competing in the women's +67kg category, which kicks-off (geddit?) at 2am.
James De Gale
The British middleweight outclassed Ireland's Darren Sutherland in the semi-final and will be going for gold later today. The boxing finals start at around 1345 BST.
Brabants will be hoping to win a second gold in the men's K1 500m canoeing final after taking the 1000m crown on Friday.
Lucy Wainwright will be going in the women's 500m race, with the action due to start from around 0820 BST.
GB have realistic medal hopes in both the men's and women's 4x400m relays. Will they get the baton round? Will Martin Rooney's showboating come back to haunt him? Will Jeremy Warriner run for more than 320 metres?
There are questions galore - the answers will come in an athletics programme that starts at 1200 BST and also includes the men's 800m and 5000m finals and women's 1500m final.
Baseball is making its final Olympic appearance for the foreseeable future and bows out with a South Korea v Cuba final. The US contest the bronze medal match against Japan.
And it's men's football final with Brazil's conquerors Argentina playing Nigeria in what promises to be an open match.
Here's some more chat on Britain's medal hopes for today: news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/oly...
The day 15 schedule in full:
And today's preview:
And that is pretty much that for today as the Games draw towards their climax. But please don't let that put you off contributing on today's action or your reflections on the whole shebang.
Will team GB add to their medal haul today or is today a day to sit back, count our medals, and let someone else have their day in the sun?
Keep the contributions coming, keep them clean and, most importantly, keep them interesting. We can get through tonight together.