Like many others The Reverse Sweep has been enjoying the various stories going around about Ricky Ponting and the television he allegedly smashed on returning to the changing room after being run out against Zimbabwe on Monday.
We particularly enjoyed Jarrod's theory on cricket with balls that Ponting's act was actually nothing to do with his frustration at having just being run out but was actually retribution for TV having ruined the game of cricket.
But we think we've uncovered the real reason behind Ponting's apparent act of wanton destruction.
Naturally, it was in part to do with the run out for which he blamed his hopeless sap of a vice-captain Michael Clarke.
As he headed back to the pavilion, Ponting no doubt railed against Clarke and the other metrosexuals within the side like Watson and Johnson. "I'm fed up with those sensitive girly pricks", Ponting may have said.
"They're either apologising on Twitter, acting like Oedipus with their mother or crying every time they get out in the nineties" he may have added. "What happened to having real men in the Australian side like me, Huss or Boon" Ponting probably pondered. "I bet they all dress up as women in their spare time. W**kers."
So with Ponting close to breaking point, what did he encounter when he opened the door to the changing room?
He expected to find Twatto crying, given that he had got out the over before his skipper.
But what he didn't expect to find was Johnson consoling him and cajoling Watson to watch his favourite film on the telly. "Don't worry Shane. Look at the telly. I've put our favourite DVD on. It will remind you of those happy times when you, me and Pup dressed up that time" soothed Johnson.
And what did Ponting see when he looked at the screen?
Zeroes: Mitchell Johnson
Zeroes: Shane Watson