Another week, another time for fans of Selasi Gbormittah to swoon over him as he attempted to create perfection on The Great British Bake Off.
During the Tudor Week episode, the five remaining bakers were tasked with creating 12 jumbles, six of each biscuit shape.
While it was a great chance for viewers at home to learn things about the food of approximately 500 years ago, for many it was just a chance to get a bit cheeky about Selasi on Twitter.
It appears a lot of the fan friction came down to him pounding caraway seeds in a pestle and mortar, something he did with legitimate gusto.
Others were mainly panicking over him not having the neatest of Celtic knots for his jumbles. No, Selasi, no! Please don't leave this week because of knotted biscuits!
And for others, it was just pure, unadulterated lust. As ever.
Selasi ended up coming in third place in the Technical, so it could have been worse.