Now, we all know Bill Clinton could quite possibly be moving back into the White House in 2017, if his wife, Hillary, has anything to say about it.
But the former President of the United States told David Letterman Tuesday night he'll return to his old residence on three conditions.
"Hillary has to win the nomination. If she wins the nomination, then she has to win the election. If she wins the election, the chances are 100 percent I'll move back. If, wait, wait. If I'm asked," said Bill Clinton on the "Late Show."
Ah, great point there, Bill! Because, you know, there's always a good chance your wife won't ask you to move into her home with her.
But the potential First Man told Dave he's been trying to prove he's worthy of moving back into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue by giving Hillary some campaigning advice.
"I urge her to just go out there and have a good time. Tell the American people what you want to do, explain what the challenges are from her point of view and what we should do and just be grateful," said Bill.
And if Hillary does end up winning the 2016 presidential election, Bill will certainly be giving her plenty of other pointers while she's in office.
As a writer for US News & World Report noted last month, Bill "would surely serve as informal adviser to her, as she was to him during his eight-year presidency."
Well, looks like we'll have to wait another year to see if Bill and Hil can make their way back to the White House. And hopefully, she'll ask him to join her.