While she's not quite brave enough for a live debate with the leader of the opposition, Theresa May managed to put on her human face (she is absolutely NOT a lizard from Pluto in a trouser suit) for just about long enough to do a Facebook Live Q&A with ITV... but Jeremy Corbyn still managed to find a way to troll her policies.
As hundreds of thousands of people tuned in to watch the channel's Political Editor Robert Peston interview the PM, one live commenter seemed strangely familiar, going by "Jeremy Corbyn of Islington".
"Hi Theresa May," he wrote, "as Prime Minister you have served your elite friends by giving them tax cuts while wages have stagnated, house-building is at its lowest since the 1920s, there are 20,000 fewer police on our streets since 2010 and the NHS is in crisis.
"Do you not think the British people deserve to see us debate, live and on TV?"
In reference to her refusal of a live debate, May said: "What I think is more important is that I and he take questions directly from the voters.
"I don't think people get much from politicians having a go at each other. I think people want to hear directly."
So people do not want to see whether the leader of the country can actually lead, and stand up in the face of reasoned scrutiny in a public forum and deliver her beliefs confidently and without fear.
Nah, the people of Britain definitely don't want that!
At least we'll have plenty of strong and stable leadership, though.
At least we'll have that.