All queries come from just two politicians
MHKs will come together this morning as the latest sitting of the House of Keys is due to get underway.
Waste - or the composition of - and reforming the Isle of Man Meat Plant are two of the subjects backbenchers will quiz members of the Council of Ministers on.
It's a svelte question paper with one priority starred question from Arbory, Castletown and Malew's Jason Moorhouse.
He wants to know if Manx Utilities has faced financial challenges since the turn of the year.
Meanwhile, Douglas Central MHK Chris Thomas asks about possible future uses for the Ben-my-Chree, and later about decarbonisation scenarios across Manx transport.
Environment, Food and Agriculture Minister Clare Barber will respond to a query about the composition of the Isle of Man's waste.
Mr Moorhouse hopes to find out about any age cap restrictions for immunosuppressants.
The Legislative Council is expected to meet for the first time from 2.30pm.
MLCs will discuss the Employment Amendment Bill, principles stage, and clauses of the Fines and Penalties Bill.
Manx Radio will be broadcasting the sitting of the House of Keys from 10am on DAB, AM1368 or online.