Parents may want to consider putting small children to bed before the debate, which seems certain to devolve into an TV-MA grudge match. - From NBCNews.com
Adding to the drama, Clinton and Trump will be surrounded by American voters who will pepper the candidates with questions, thanks to the town hall format.
There are no podiums to separate the candidates, who will sit on stools just feet apart from each other, and they are encouraged to roam the circular stage.
But after restraining himself in the first debate, he now seems to be chomping at the bit.
"There's not a lot of need to put spin on the ball here," a Clinton campaign official said on a conference call with allies Saturday morning, a source on a call told NBC News, explaining their quiet.
government officially blaming Russia for hacks intended to interfere in the election (Trump downplayed the Russian cyber threat in the last debate), his statement that the Central Park 5 are guilty despite their exoneration, along with his continued attacks on former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, among others.