I'm a little surprised it was scheduled tonight as Jokowi is coming from a huge concert held at Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta.
Either way, talking about of Prabowo, here's an interview with the man himself published today in the Guardian.
The terror is always palpable.
Let us begin with the aforementioned Guardian piece...
"As he speaks, a waiter is methodically cutting a Peking duck in the background, using surgical gloves and an extremely sharp carving knife – precisely the sort of incisive military operation of which the general would approve."
"You, as a foreigner, you come here and ask Indonesians, why do you visit a hardliner?" His voice rises: "You see, this is exactly the Western press, you come here and you only ask me about the FPI."
I, on the other hand, am knackered.
How does he do it?
Tonight's topics: Economy and welfare, finance and investment, trade and industry.
Should be fun.
Most of Indonesia's money is going abroad and is not benefiting the country.
Indonesia produces nothing on it's own.
On the campaign trail I met so many optimistic voters. Mothers, millennial, farmers, fishermen.
He met Ibu Nurjana in Langkat.
"We are improving infrastructure all over Indonesia not just Java. We are not Java-centric, we are Indonesia-centric."
We need to make sure we don't just export raw products.
We have to twin our online ecosystems with our offline ecosystems.
The problem is that our economy is going in the wrong direction.
There is no strategy in place by the government.
Why has Jokowi approved so many imports?
We need a reorientation of our strategy to stop money flowing abroad.
Prabowo and Sandi need to understand the differences between micro and macro industries.
Prabowo and Sandi have frozen smiles.
I'm not faulting Jokowi.
We as citizens have failed and we need to turn things around. We need to be brave and plan for the future.
This is a big problem but I don't blame Jokowi, all the previous presidents before him are also responsible.
This is a reference to Megawati Sukarnoputri who was not democratically elected.
Women in Indonesia need easier access to work opportunities and support.
He brings up OK-OCE.
"Beribu-ribu ibu-ibu merasa tolong".
We are going to give training to women so they can receive "classic knowledge" as many don't have mentors.
We will help them to get permits to operate business from home which at the moment is difficult. We will do this using...
[all together now]
We want to see Indonesian women being productive with their own businesses and have put programmes in place for the past 2 and a half years to assist with this.
Theme: Finance and investment.
We should be getting 400 trillion from taxes but we only receive 200 trillion, so 200 trillion is going missing.
In 1997, at the time of the New Order, the tax ratio was higher and now we are losing 60 milliar per year.
If we take too much in taxes it will lead to an economic shock.
We already had a tax amnesty.
We need to widen our tax base. We need to be brave and chase people who avoid paying their taxes.
Jokowi then goes on to say that the policies Sandi and Prabowo have put forward for businesses for ex to file taxes already exist called "e-filing".
Theme: Trade and industry.
We want Indonesia to become an Islamic Finance Centre.
We will do this using Fintech and with products that are more "market friendly".
We want to stimulate the halal industry not just in Indonesia but abroad. Our halal standard is now a global standard.
We have so many shariah products here. I just met with producers of herbal shariah products who need help to export them.
We need should not rely on imports.
Our halal products are more numerous than other countries.
Jokowi: Next week we are unveiling a "halal park" in Jakarta.
Oh that is harsh. Everything Prabowo hates in one sentence.
He wisely passes the question to Sandi.
Don't let Indonesia just focus on imports. We need to facilitate the government to work with young people to train them. We need an ecosystem based on the digital economy.
We need to build a healthy ecosystem for gamers to improve the gaming industry.
Jokowi is too tech for me - I have no idea what he's talking about.
Digital is good but people need food at low prices! That is what I'm going to focus on!
He's telling a story about a millennial he met who was selling rice or something and how we can make the farming sector online so everyone is happy.
We are working on replacing the things we now import, we have set up refineries. The key is to grow our industries in-country. Industrialisation is the key and we need to force this with knowledge.
We need transfer pricing.
We have a "Big Push Strategy".
We have plans so farmers can get fertilizer cheaply (and other stuff).
Jokowi says Prabowo and Sandi are confused about the differences between micro and macro industry.
They are very different. We need to understand.
Prabowo and Sandi, to their credit, smile genially when accused again of being dense.
Sandi: Sorry Mr. President. I met Ibu Nujana (of the aforementioned Langkat). The people want economic change. They gave us a letter.
He's reading the letter...
Garuda (the state airline) was found to have needed 120% capacity. Which is impossible.
If we always look at things pessimistically we will never advance. We must be optimistic.
Ouch. But true.
I am 1% who loves my country, I am 1% patriotic, I am 1% who sticks up for the people.
I am more TNI than TNI (OK he didn't say that - that was last time).
With our OK-OCE programme will open 2 million new businesses. (?!?)
Ma'ruf Amin: Infrastructure and reform, we [this government] have been working on these for years. We have been working on social welfare.
But our work is not yet done. We need to continue in order for Indonesia to prosper. We are sure we can do it.
Don't be pessimistic, don't give up easily, we need to always be optimistic.
This is about the future for our children and grandchildren.
TPS (Tusuk Prabowo Sandi) which means "Stab Prabowo Sandi" [on the voting paper obviously].
Sandi ends with "Your turn bro" to Prabowo.
He thanks everyone who helped in the campaign including the ulama and everyone who donated money.
Ends with "Prabowo Sandi will defend all of you".
This was the last debate before Election Day and I wanted rousing speeches and definitely shrieking and pounding the podium from Prabowo.
Subdued - all of 'em.
Presidential material one day for sure...but am not sure I see a vice-presidency in his near future.
From the 5 debates we were treated to, the polls, and the rest of the campaign fodder, I don't think Jokowi has anything to worry about.
See you back here on 17 April to test that theory.