We're always delighted to see the Great British Bakeoff return to our screens, but last night's show sparked some major controversy for Irish viewers.
Competing in a biscuit-making challenge, contestant Chris Geiger made a bit of a cultural faux pas.
Chris was making an edible biscuit board game and decided to include a biscuit- shaped Great Britain, which looked like this.
Irish viewers were NOT impressed and took to Twitter to tell Chris exactly what they thought of his creation.
Why is Ireland included in Chris's biscuit map of Britain? Is he aware it's a seperate country #GBBO
— Kevin Naughton (@kevinnaughton5) September 5, 2017
— Dee Hayes (@DeeHayes) September 5, 2017
Ah hello, did I miss the EU handing over the Republic of Ireland as some kind of brexit agreement #GBBO
— Mary Anderson (@molltrot) September 5, 2017
And Director of Amnesty International in Ireland, Colm O'Gorman, even got involved.
Always amazed at how few British people know their own country's geography. The island of Ireland is NOT part of Great Britain #GBBO
— Colm O'Gorman (@Colmogorman) September 5, 2017
Last night's episode was the second in this year's series, which has undergone a major shakeup with the introduction of new judges, presenters and a network change.
The show is now broadcast on Channel 4, having moved from BBC earlier this year.