It's stereotypically British to poke fun at a bad situation and Twitter users are doing just that.
The season 9 finale recently aired to the adoration of fans.
It was a pretty stressful episode, but it was good to see her back.
If you had to reach for the tissues, you're not alone.
Leah Bracknell, made famous by her 16-year spell on ITV's Emmerdale, has passed away.
Series 9 has offered fans some brilliant and unexpected treats so far, but this might just be the best yet.
Good Morning Britain doesn't get any more bizarre than this.
ITV's Sanditon has come to an end and its ending has divided the opinion of viewers.
Activists don't often come as intriguing or outlandish as Daniel Cooper.
"This is gonna be tough for you because you've not seen a single George A. Romero film."
Tottenham Hotspur youngster Troy Parrott looked at home on the international scene last night.
Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount has come in for severe criticism for his display for England last night.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is fully fit and available for Liverpool at the moment.
Leeds United are said to be keen to sign Glen Kamara from Rangers in the January transfer window.
The Tottenham Hotspur forward is currently away from Spurs on international duty but could not find a way past today's opposition.
Liverpool's Jordan Henderson played with Luis Suarez for three years at Anfield.
Tottenham Hotspur full-back Danny Rose stated his intention to leave the club on a free transfer yesterday.
Celtic currently sit top of the tree ahead of Old Firm rivals Rangers in the Scottish Premiership.
Leeds United are looking to kick on and win promotion.
Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi has been given regular game time by Frank Lampard so far this term.
Love him or hate him, few TV presenters have as much pulling power as Piers Morgan when it comes to sitting down with A-list celebrities. On Tuesday night (September 17th) Piers meets Cristiano Ronaldo.
The new YouGov poll, conducted for Cardiff University and ITV, gives Labour a strong lead in Wales for Westminster voting intentions.
David Cameron has agreed to take part in a seven-way TV election debate in the first week of April, but is still refusing to take part in a head-to-head debate with Ed Miliband. He has instead said he is willing to be questioned on the same programme as Miliband as long as they do not appear simultaneously.