He was conquered, he saw, he came back.
And all hailed Tim Hudak upon his return to the legislature.
The former Progressive Conservative leader on Thursday made his first appearance in the legislature since his party was defeated in the June 12 election.
He says he missed the first two weeks of the session, including the throne speech and budget, because he was spending time with his family.
His second child was born just a few weeks before the June election was called.
Hudak says he is proud of the campaign the Tories ran, even though the Liberals won a majority.
Veteran MPP Jim Wilson is serving as the interim PC leader until the party holds a leadership convention.