"What? You’re joking!"
The greatest city on earth just got even better.
Who needs actual nightclubs when you can wave a plastic sword about on the Piccadilly Line?
I spent the night riding the new 24-hour Tube and found London's community spirit hiding in its carriages.
In the time it's taken to get the night tube running, most of London's late-night fun has closed down.
Could the round-the-clock tube be as big of a threat to Uber drivers as they were to cabbies?
These workers are concerned with the extra shifts they'll have to work to run the Tube's new all-night service. But they should be grateful. A tired conductor could mean British bodies sizzling over a burning train carriage.
Expanding Underground service to run all night could end up making you work more, rather than party harder.