Celebrity Gogglebox was back on our screens this evening for the final episode of the current series.
Over the past seven weeks, fans of the Channel 4 comedy show have seen a host of British personalities give their opinions on the latest telly offerings.
The famous faces watched Blue Planet Two, Antiques Roadshow, Unsolved Mysteries and Basic Instinct during Friday’s episode.
While the husband and wife presenting duo offered their verdicts on the latest shows on television, Gogglebox viewers were distracted by their bizarre home decor.
Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: “I am triggered by Eamonn and Ruth’s mugs. Why is one capital and one lowercase? A travesty.”
Another added: “Eamonn, why does your mug only have a lowercase e whilst Ruth’s mug has a Capital R?”
While a third joked: “I love the fact Ruth’s mug has a capital R and Eamon has a lowercase e, shows who the boss.”
A fourth posted: “I really like Eamonn and Ruth’s mugs. A little e for Eamonn and a big R for Ruth.”
It’s not the first time the couple have got viewers talking during their stint on Gogglebox.
Fans were intrigued last week when Ruth, 60, showed her hubby what appeared to be an X-rated picture on her mobile phone.
She responded to him talking about what was “appropriate” by leaning over with the picture and asking him: “What about that one? That’s not appropriate, is it?”
Viewers are now desperate to know what the picture was – begging the Loose Women star to tell them.
One tweeted her: “So Ruth what did you show Eamonn that was inappropriate on tonight’s Gogglebox.”
Another joked: “Ruth with a bit of blue on her phone.”
The moment came as they were watching TV on the sofa at their house in Surrey, with Eamonn complaining that Ruth was on her phone looking at pictures of herself.
He said: “That’s nice, for an older woman. I mean it’s not… it’s age-appropriate for a woman your age.”
She then skipped to another picture and showed Eamonn, 60, saying: “That’s not appropriate, is it?” leaving him giggling.
With Eamonn lost for words, Ruth told him: “Yeah – exactly” before turning back to the TV.