Chris Sutton is one of the most entertaining pundits around these days, as his blunt style of analysis can frustrate those who he is arguing with and delight the viewers.
Especially when those viewers are Celtic fans. BT Sport and the Daily Record have had complaints from Rangers fans who are not happy with Sutton, accusing him of being biased, but the more often than not what he is saying is the harsh truth.
It was a harsh truth that provided a laugh before Celtic took on Kilmarnock on Friday night, as current Killie striker Kris Boyd, a former Rangers player, set himself up to be mocked...
And Chris Sutton obliged. While he was criticising the state of the Kilmarnock pitch, Boyd chirped in that only good players can play on it...
He's some man. The facial expressions he makes when other people are talking are simply brilliant. You can also see how wound-up the other members of the panel get, and when they try and hit back, his stoic demeanor just wind them up even more.
Sutton and Boyd did have a difference of opinion on what needs to happen with the Scotland manager's position earlier in the show:
We'll never get sick of Chris Sutton's punditry. Probably.