That's what deputy Conservative Leader Peter MacKay was proposing Monday morning after icing in Ottawa cancelled a raft of Air Canada flights and left MPs stranded at Toronto's Pearson International.
Many of the MPs were headed back to the capital after Sunday's Grey Cup game in Vancouver.
Their ranks included Conservatives Peter van Loan, Randy White, Gary Lunn along with NDP Leader Jack Layton.
With so many Tory MPs stranded away from Ottawa and with just a few hours to go before the Monday night confidence vote, a few even quipped that perhaps the Liberals were out spraying the runways in Ottawa with water to force the delay.
Prime Minister Paul Martin hitched a ride on a Challenger and got into Ottawa around 2 a.m.
MacKay mused that Edmonton's win in a cliffhanger boded well for the Tories in a campaign certain to get underway Tuesday.
And while the election won't have the overtime action of the football game, MacKay predicted lots of election drama.
"I think there'll be lots of recounts," said MacKay, after arriving in Toronto on a red-eye.
MacKay sat beside CBC sportscaster Brian Williams in business class on the flight.