Celebs Go Dating viewers are loving the latest series, which has been filmed in a mansion in a shake-up due to the coronavirus pandemic.
One element that is keeping them hooked more than anything else is host Rob Beckett's hilarious commentary.
Rob has always voiced the series, keeping viewers entertained with his one-liners and funny remarks about the people featured.
He also makes the most brutal digs about the contestants, and that hasn't changed with the latest series.
On Tuesday night, it was the boys on the receiving end of Rob's mockery - with him making digs at Wayne Lineker and Curtis Pritchard the most.
But it was a swipe he made about Curtis and his Love Island past that had many in stitches.
As Curtis and the boys were asked a series of questions, they were tasked with telling the single girls their worst trait.
Before Curtis revealed his, Rob made a suggestion that left many laughing out loud.
He said: "Mugging people off on reality TV dating shows?"
He was of course referring to his Love Island days and his romance with Amy Hart which didn't work out, as he soon realised he wasn't as into her as she was with him - with him soon moving on with now ex Maura Higgins.
The moment caused chaos at the time with the villa residents and viewers watching the show, with Curtis accused of "mugging off" Amy.
Curtis went on to reveal it was actually the fact he was terrible at remembering names - something he proved when he forgot the name of the girl he'd spent all night talking to.
Taking to Twitter, viewers shared their love for Rob's commentary as they couldn't help but laugh at the dig.
One fan commented: "Rob Beckett is savage haha."
Another added: "Not even bothered about the dating I’m here for Rob Beckett."
A third tweeted: "Rob's commentary tonight especially at Tom Wayne and Curtis has been top drawer."
Celebs Go Dating: The Mansion airs all week at 9pm on E4.