Going the full 90 minutes this week as build up to a pivotal afternoon at Hampden.
Derek Rae and Thom Watt are with us to look back on the last burst of SPFL action before the split, discuss Derek's Bundesliga 2 experiences in Aberdeen's twin city of Regensburg and, of course, preview the Semi-Final against Celtic.
We also have a blether with Graham Hunter as he holds court on the evolution of this Dons team this season, and the blueprint on where he'd like the club to go in the future.
How long to the end of the week?
Martin Ingram of esteemed organ The Red Final is with us to cover record away runs, dismal home runs, the latest movement on the stadium/training ground front and the small matter of a Scottish Cup Quarter-Final versus Scotland's newest senior club.
With Michael Grant we cover more dropped Pittodrie points, a new deal for Lewis Ferguson and whether it's time for the club to move on from players who probably won't be here next season.
Then, in the first of an irregular series, we look back at a memorable season - 1994-95 - where it wasn't silverware being celebrated come May, but league survival.
After a Scottish Cup weekend that threatened to get very messy, but saw the Dons emerge into the Quarter Finals, we're joined by Shona Duthie and Cameron Hobbs to praise McGinn, question GMS, and admire that Stephen Dobbie goal (but only from the safety of a 4-1 win). With a line-up of American Football aficionados, we also asked 'Which NFL team are the Dons?'
Loads to talk about in a productive week for the Dons on the pitch, not quite so in the transfer market. We look back on wins at Stenhousemuir and Hibs, look ahead to a potentially pivotal clash at Pittodrie on Wednesday, discuss whether we would be in a title chase with a win, and, most importantly of all, praise the Ochilview broth & find out where the stovies are sold in the Main Stand.
All this in the company of Mark Elrick and his mild-mannered alter-ego Dolly Digital.
Andrew Southwick joins us in the studio (at home on his laptop) for this week's dose of ramshackle musings about your favourite football club.
We take in the Killie stalemate, loan dealings, the potential for yet more Ochilview misery, and hoping to capitalise in the capital on Hibs' lack of harmony.