When referring to something that regularly happens alternately with one other thing, you can say that one of the things happens 'every other whatever', relative to your current point in the pattern.
For example, if this week x happens, and next week y happens, and this pattern repeats each week thereafter, we would say that 'y happens every other week'. Next week, when y happens, we would say that 'x happens every other week' (from the week we are currently in).
How can we refer to when the non-other (i.e. the current) event will happen in future? I've heard 'every other other whatever' used (as in 'x happens every other other week'), but that sounds quite clumsy.
Is there a single term that expresses the same thing as 'every other other'?