Great British Bake Off is back on our screens, and it's got us glued to the sofa once again. It's at its usual innuendo-ridden gold standard, so here's how the second episode went down, illustrated with funny tweets.
Warning: here be spoilers.
We kicked off with two hours to make 24 biscotti:
But we were all missing Stu and his odd tastes a little bit:
But then this bloke put ROSEMARY in a biscuit:
We got a bit more insight into the posh one's life:
Things got a bit more technical with some wafer thin spirals of puff pastry known as an arlette:
Yeah, it was Paul's choice. He had his crafty little face on.
Then this happened:
The judging was one of the crumbiest things to ever happen:
Dorret actually won something, which was good after last week's TOTAL mishap.
The showstopper? A box. Made of biscuit. To carry more biscuits. Which is incredible, and an open goal for innuendos:
Mat made a gingerbread fire engine, because obviously he hasn't mentioned the whole "firefighting" thing enough.
Ugne attempted to make a marshmallow baby stealing the biscuits, because apparently that's a thing:
Dorret decided to use a cookie cutter to make little green frogs:
And Ian made... This:
So many innuendos.
And Alvin didn't quite finish...
Tell them it's Ikea inspired Alvin! You've got this! #GBBO
— Lara Jones (@laracajones) August 12, 2015
You just couldn't get Paul to switch off:
In the end, Ian was the star baker and Marie got sent home:
Oh come on, Norman's War On Flavour was allowed to go on for weeks! You can't kick Marie out after two. #gbbo
— Steven Perkins (@stevenperkins) August 12, 2015
And did you spot this?