At his monthly press conference, the First Minister had some seriously warm words for Plaid Cymru's Dafydd Elis-Thomas. The party's former leader has had the party whip temporarily withdrawn following his non-attendance at yesterday's no-confidence vote in the health minister.
Lord Elis-Thomas insists that he had a valid reason for staying away, but it's thought that his comments criticising his party's decision to support the no-confidence vote have angered the leadership.
Plaid Cymru's leader Leanne Wood has refused to comment today, saying only that an internal party process had begun which would iron out these matters.
There's been a lot of speculation that Dafydd Elis-Thomas could join Carwyn Jones' Welsh Government as an independent member. He's certainly made no secret of his belief that Plaid should take part in government and not waste its time in opposition.
I asked Carwyn Jones if he'd be welcome. You can see our exchange below but my questions are a little difficult to hear so here's a transcript: