I can't say. It depends on the fluidity really. I don't want it unnecessarily stretched as much as I do not fancy it being abrubtly axed. As well, the creatives hould ensure the purpose - getting the duo to realise their inadvertant love, or something more than just platonic feelings, for each other at some point in time - is actually being fulfilled behind this venear of a farce. But it's too soon to see any of them deluged in lovey dovey hallucinations; it's the time to build on their characters, to really flesh out the nuaces, the purpose, the sketch. I am enjoying the exchanges of warring words, the witty remarks, the piercing looks. Let's hope this keeps up for now!