What's everyone having for lunch? Steven's gone for a sausage roll. What about Team USA, how are you celebrating your morning lead? Champagne?
Well, well, well - who would have predicted that morning? What drama. Europe will be hoping to hit back in the foursomes while USA now have a lead to build on.
Now, it's time for that square sausage roll I mentioned. Leading you into this afternoon will be Rob Bartlett.
Two matches went down the last, USA won the hole each time. That is a huge concern for Europe going forward.
The USA emerge from this morning's session having been on the rough end of things for a long time but with a one-point lead. That's a success, no two ways about it. Work for Europe to do. And watch the crowd start playing their part, too.
Dead centre of the cup - Mickelson/Bradley defeat McIlroy/Garcia by one hole. USA takes a 2.5-1.5 lead into this afternoon's foursomes.
He holes. It's now two feet for Mickelson to win the match. He couldn't, could he?
So Garcia has a putt for par, which if he makes will see Mickelson need to hole for the match.
I can only imagine the strops at local golf clubs if you don't pick that one up, even if it is for the match.
Superb from Mickelson in the bunker, he'll be good for a four. That, surely, is that, no? The Europeans aren't offering that. Blimey.
Garcia flops his bunker shot to a couple of feet. He'll be good for par, but Bradley has a putt for the match.
Meanwhile, a big roar goes up on another part of the course. A European roar, no doubt.
McIlroy fires it out but he'll have a longer putt than Bradley for a shot more.
Either McIlroy or Garcia needs to hole their bunker shot. That's the reality.
And Garcia has flopped his shot from the rough into the bunker! This is USA's point right now, unless something unreal happens.
Bradley on the green in three and will have a birdie putt. Which is more than McIlroy will have and leaves Europe scrambling for a halve.
McIlroy got to the middle of the fairway with the second, and inexcusably knocks his third into the bunker. That was a terrible shot.
Boy, could I go a square sausage roll right now.
Better from Mickelson? Nope, worse. He's shortsided himself in the greenside bunker. Arguably a worse spot than even Garcia. If you offered both sides a halve in that match right now, they'd probably take it.
Garcia has an iron in to the 18th, but it seems an awful long way to go with that club. And that's a misjudgement - he's short of the greenside bunker and in the rough. That is not an easy up-and-down from there, leaving Mickelson to hit centre of the green to make birdie.
Keegan Bradley has turned the last into a genuine par-5, unable to reach the green with a fairway wood from the rough.
Justin Rose has outdriven Zach Johnson by a long way with his tee shot.
Thumping tee shot from Zach Johnson as Match 6 gets underway.
Cracking drive from Garcia in that situation, somehow ending more or less side by side with Mickelson. Top golf.
McIlroy tugs his tee shot even further left than Bradley did. No pressure, Sergio...
Keegan Bradley finds the rough at 18, meaning Mickelson really has to find the fairway. He loves it, it's an absolute stonker and now the pressure is back on Europe.
Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson wander out to the first tee. "Nice down time now let's go again," says Rose.
Lee Westwood leaves his putt a long way short at the first. That would have won the hole.
There will be a delay between Match 6 and Matches 7 and 8, to allow the respective players involved that are still out on the course to regroup, refuel and get going again. Adds to the Mickelson theory regarding knowing you're only playing in the morning, though.
We're all square down the last in the final match of the morning. Exactly how it should be.
Bradley couldn't hole his first effort, so here's a dribbler for a halve... and it finds the bottom of the cup via the circumference of the hole! That was a little too close for comfort.
Jamie Donaldson puts Europe in the driving seat at the first, his first ever shot in Ryder Cup action a very well executed pitch into the green.
Bradley has a monster putt for birdie, right across the 17th green. Perhaps a little surprising that Mickelson isn't putting first for his par, then Bradley can have a rattle at this one regardless.
Garcia tries to hole his pitch from the rough, which is deeply ambitious. It flies beyond the hole and he can pick it up, given his partner's par already.
Excellent bunker shot from Mickelson but the Europeans will see that putt in - not least given his recent history on short putts.