10. Richard G. Scott will stare soulfully into the camera and plead with you to do (or stop doing) something.
9. During choir numbers, the cameras will focus on minority choir members in an attempt to show diversity.
8. Someone will refer to the podium being made out of Gordon B. Hinckley’s walnut tree.
7. Boyd K. Packer will say something bizarre about sexuality.
6. Henry Eyring will get choked up with emotion at least once.
5. A female speaker will express her gratitude for a religion that reveres and exalts women.
4. A general authority’s relative will be sustained as a new general authority.
3. There will be at least one talk about the church’s political neutrality, and it will not be given by Craig Zwick.
2. Dieter Uchtdorf’s face will be the brightest object in the conference center.
1. Thomas Monson will use a passive triplet, mention a widow (bonus points for including canaries), talk about a funeral or a visit to a hospital, and tell a story from his childhood about a model train or a dead sailor.