Writer Carla Lane, who died recently, was celebrated on BBC Two with a repeat of The Liver Birds, the 1970s sitcom that set her on the path to stardom.
Set in Liverpool, The Liver Birds starred Polly James as Beryl Hennessey and Nerys Hughes as Sandra Hutchinson. The two women were flatmates trying to navigate their way through life and love.
The tribute episode, Follow That Ring, was from 1974 and revolved around Beryl losing her engagement ring. The episode featured a number of established and soon-to-be famous actors such as Mollie Sugden from Are You Being Served? and a-pre Bergerac and Midsomer Murders' John Nettles.
Geoffrey Palmer, who'd go on to star in Carla Lane's Butterflies opposite Wendy Craig, also popped up as a doctor.
Viewers who soaked up the nostalgia had their say on Twitter.
A trip down memory lane
-- Carl Draper (@explodingwalrus) June 18, 2016
I adored The Liver Birds. I identified with Beryl. I think I was a Beryl in a Sandra home, which made life rather difficult. #bbc2
-- Helen Walmsley-J (@TheVintageYear) June 18, 2016
-- Robin Chapman (@robin101962) June 18, 2016
Watching The Liver Birds with mum and dad :)
-- Keeley (@Free_Aves) June 18, 2016
Oh I love The Liver Birds, Beryl especially..
-- Clare (@twirlingteacups) June 18, 2016
Great to see The Liver Birds back on TV tonight! There's hope for a Tripe Girls comeback after all...
-- TripeMarketingBoard (@TripeUK) June 18, 2016
Good to see The Liver Birds on BBC2
-- Liverpool1207 (@Liverpool1207) June 18, 2016