Since Derry Girls returned for a second series last month, viewers have been left in hysterics at a missing Child Of Prague statue, a chaotic trip to a Take That concert and a batch of hash scones doing the rounds at a wake.
Sadly, after another hugely popular run, the Channel 4 sitcom will wrap up tonight but if the finale of series one last year (below) is anything to go by, we're in for a cracker.
Tonight, the show will reflect on U.S. President Bill Clinton's real-life visit to the city in 1995, presumably with added mayhem brought about by our favourite Derry teens and their equally hapless elders.
Fans of the show certainly won't want to miss it and with that in mind, Derry Girls creator Lisa McGee has taken to Twitter to inform viewers that the finale will air at 9pm rather than the usual time of 9.15pm.
Lads the #Derrygirls series finale is on at the earlier time of 9pm on channel 4 tonight. Thanks for watching so far. You’re all class!
— Lisa McGee (@LisaMMcGee) April 9, 2019
Be sure to press record if you're out or if the footy fan in your gaff is hogging the remote. You won't want to miss it.