totalfilm.com's crack squad of coffee-quaffing hacks covered every moment of last night's Oscar ceremony - live on Twitter.
Our people in London and LA sponged up the whole thing, from red carpet arrivals to red-eyed winners and losers.
Even Dep Ed Jamie - a man who still gasps at the technological wonder of fountain pens - managed to find the Twitter button.
So, pull up your morning brew and sticky pastry and relive the whole bleary, blingy business... (Timings are UK GMT, as we saw it).
And here... we... go! Hugh Jackman - and particularly producers Bill Condon and Laurence Mark - had a lot to prove after promising a revamped Oscar show with plenty of surprises.
Jackman's opening patter could have come straight from the old fashioned Oscar playbook - chit-chat with the front-row stars, little bit of self-deprecation (a gag about Australia - cue cut to Baz Luhrmann).
But while his opening musical number proved to be a mixed bag, it mostly succeeded, with a recession-nudging take on how to stage this year’s Best Picture nominees on a budget.
We loved his cheap-as-chips sweding of The Dark Knight and the Benjamin Button budget “aging” was ace.
Extra points to good sport Anne Hathaway, who proved she's got quite a pair of pipes.
After the musical bit, came the audience interaction portion of the evening. Nice Ricky Gervais-written gag in the direction of Mickey Rourke ("I want you to say whatever is on your mind because you know we have a seven-second delay. But if you win, we switch to a 20-minute delay.")