As we dredge our way towards the 48 hour mark, the fate of Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet is still uncertain. Labour politicians are unaware as to whether they'll wake up with a cabinet position or not.
And everyone following the action is bored they're just spending all their time on Twitter making jokes about every little tidbit of information that gets out.
First it looked like Hilary Benn might be sacked...
— Andrea Mann (@AndreaMann) January 4, 2016
Which made the Labour leader look like he was going to be a strong and unapologetic bastard throughout:
YOU'RE FIRED! I do believe Corbyn has just done a @Lord_SugarJanuary 5, 2016
Then it looked like he might keep Benn onside...
Then Michael Dugher very publicly announced he had been dropped by changing his Twitter bio:
We should stage a fundraiser for @MichaelDugher so he can afford a big enough ladder to get over himself.January 5, 2016
Some exclusive footage of Michael Dugher today. pic.twitter.com/uaZyNRfZj7— How Upsetting (@How_Upsetting) January 5, 2016
Uh oh, Corbyn fights back... pic.twitter.com/cXKEPzd0uF— Ryan Barrell (@RyanBarrell) January 5, 2016
As the hours dragged on, it became much clearer that Corbyn is treading on some very weak eggshells...
Best #reshuffle joke from the Tea Room: Sir John Chilcot has written to Jeremy Corbyn asking him to get a move on.— Joe Murphy (@JoeMurphyLondon) January 5, 2016
And journalists everywhere were starting to get a bit antsy: