Perhaps some people will watch, or care, on the off chance of a sewage overflow occurring in real time for the cameras.
With the Commonwealth Games Village described as "uninhabitable", it's probably the only aspect of the games of interest to anyone other than the athletes who might, or might not, compete at the Commonwealth Games in India.
It’s all a tad touch and go.
The number of gobsmackingly ridiculous quotes in defense of the preparations is never ending, with one of the best coming from the organizing committee’s secretary general, Lalit Bhanot, who believes sanitary standards are "subjective" and cleanliness issues aren't a "major" concern.
Bhanot, I’d guess, has never used a vacuum or scrubbed a toilet, so can afford to be dismissive about matters of cleanliness.
Why is anyone surprised by this smelly, grubby little disaster?
India is the country with a higher level of mobile phone ownership than the number of people who have access to a toilet.
Population: 1.24 billion
Proportion of the world’s population: 17.31%
Number of mobiles: 565 million
Number of people with access to a toilet: 366 million
And no one saw the cleanliness problem coming, right?