Now, we're going out on a limb here - but we think the BBC commentary team were just a tiny bit chuffed to witness Mo Farah's final strides towards victory in the Olympics 10,000 metres on Saturday night.
Our evidence? It's all in this hilarious video, which shows studio footage of Colin Jackson, Michael Johnson and Denise Lewis watching the race. Chuckle as Colin throws in his head in his hands! Giggle as Michael bounces up and down in his seat like a little baby! Laugh as Denise nearly breaks her chair then goes a bit 'freestyle'!
Just one thing, though... How did presenter John Inverdale manage to stay so calm and keep his head while all around him were losing theirs? Maybe he'd put money on one of the other runners instead of Mo...
Don't go away just yet! There are more Olympics-related laughs in our Pictures of the Week gallery...
Bravo to the people of Great Bradley in Suffolk!
Princess Anne gives David Cameron the 'loser' sign. No wonder the Queen looks awkward.
Amazing that he is still able to play, despite having no eyes, ears... or other facial features.
A scene on the volleyball court. Who says sport and media don't mix?
David Cameron calls an emergency Cabinet meeting to discuss Olympic strategy.
MI5's latest recruits are spotted 'incognito' at the equestrian event, and promptly sacked.
Tom Daley may have missed out on a medal, but he <em>does</em> have a pair of Danger Mouse pants and thus is, in fact, one of life's winners.
Team GB diver Sarah Barrow is mortified by the colour of her teammate's nail varnish.
David Cameron: highly uncomfortable when faced with a pretty lady. Although not as uncomfortable as...
...this poor gold medallist.
Words fail us. Also: Camilla.
Bored during a preliminary football game, David Beckham and Prince William entertain themselves with a 'stretch face-off'.
Basketball - our favourite non-contact sport.
David Cameron is snapped practising ahead of his next game against Barack Obama.
Don't worry, he <em>is</em> a physio.
All that hard work going into photo opps, and this will, of course, be the one lasting image we'll all remember from the London 2012 Olympics. Ah well. It's the British way!