You've probably had a full day of action already - flicking from the pool to the surfing to the ruby and then an exhausting hockey match?
Same. There's time enough to put the remote down for a moment, maybe even stretch your legs and then get set for another evening of prime time Olympics action.
Rugby fans, get set to tackle for something that's never happened before at Olympic Games level - a date with Korea at 7pm.
These teams have never played each other at an earlier World Championships or Olympic Games, so the Aussies might be keen to stamp their authority early on after going down to Argentina earlier today.
There's a full evening's action in the pool - and it includes gold medallist Ariarne Titmus.
From 8pm you'll be swimming in the women's 200m freestyle (Ariarne Titmus, Madi Wilson); men's 200m butterfly (Matt Temple, David Morgan); women's 200m individual medley (Kaylee McKeown); Women's 1500m freestyle (Maddy Gough, Kiah Melverton).
Australia's softballers will be playing for more than pride against Mexico tonight.
Having been dealt a heartbreaking loss to the United States two days ago, the Aussie have one group game left, against Mexico at 9pm, and will likely need to win that to stay in fourth spot and play off for bronze.