The Great British Bake Off quarter-finals are upon us, and - for the first time ever - the bakers will have to face the wrath of Tudor Week.
This means the five remaining contestants have to cook recipes from 500 years ago, such as water crust pastry pies stuffed with meats and other juicy fillings.
For many fans of Bake Off watching at home, it was a welcome addition to the BBC programme's regular roll-call of themes, such as Cake Week, Biscuit Week, Pastry Week and, of course, Bread Week.
VERY EXCITED FOR TUDOR WEEK and 8 minutes behind all of you, blast. #gbbo
-- Cyber Mango (@cybermango) October 12, 2016
-- Grant? (@SnowAndBeach) October 12, 2016
-- Heather Nixon (@ofbeautyand) October 12, 2016
But for others, it was more a 'what the...?' moment.
-- Roopsmanuva (@Roopstar) October 12, 2016
Wtf even is Tudor week
-- e is okay? (@asitisnt_) October 12, 2016
Is it the English Broadcasting Co? Why is it Tudor week? Stuarts ruled the whole United Kingdom #GBBO
-- Charlie Bush (@CharlieBush) October 12, 2016
-- Lauren Dixon (@x_laurendixon) October 12, 2016
-- Ian Samuels (@IS74) October 12, 2016
Plenty saw a chance to make some 'bet the loser this week gets beheaded' gags.
Tudor week on #GBBO, where the departing baker is beheaded on the decree of the bearded man.
-- Jason (@NickMotown) October 12, 2016
As it's Tudor week does that mean whoever leaves this week will be beheaded? #gbbo
-- Daz Gale (@dazgale) October 12, 2016
-- Ben Crowden (@CrowdenBen) October 12, 2016
Of course, other jokes were welcome...
Surely there's a Tudor dish called Catherine of Tarragon??? #TudorWeek
-- Kent Home Hearing (@kenthomehearing) October 12, 2016
-- Julia Raeside (@JNRaeside) October 12, 2016
-- Grace Pickford (@PickGrace) October 12, 2016
And some fans just saw it as an opportunity to eat pork pies while watching the episode.
-- Sarah Boswell (@S_Bos81) October 12, 2016
-- Create & Craft TV (@CreateCraftTV) October 12, 2016
Yum. What would Henry VIII have thought of all this?