It might not be quite as explosive at last year's event but the annual general meeting of troubled supermarket Morissons is shaping up to be another lively affair.
The best lines so far
A shareholder on new chief executive David Potts: “It's nice to hear the new chief executive talking English. The predecessor [Dalton Philips] did speak English words but he spoke like a politician."
New chairman Andrew Higginson on nearly dropping out of the FTSE 100: "It's been a reminder that humility is required to regain a more secure place"
Higginson on the £3m pay deal Philips was awarded last year: “It was the minimum, legally, we could make.”
Shareholders weren't convinced by Higginson's appointment:
There was more on that theme, with one shareholder saying: “The board clearly didn't know its backside from its elbow for the last three years.”
A shareholder on Morrisons' self-service system: “Sometimes I think it's going to make me jump in the bag.”
Shareholders also wanted to know what was happening with Morrisons' advertising:
Last year was particularly memorable after founder Sir Ken Morrison told former chief executive Dalton Philips had had “a lot more bullshit than I have” - the joke being that Sir Ken now manages a 1,000-acre farm with plenty of cattle.