Monday night saw the finale of Peter Kay's Car Share, and fans were not left disappointed.
The BBC comedy series finished with Kay's character John penning a tune called Come Back My Car Share Buddy for his lift-to-work pal Kayleigh.
Kayleigh (Sian Gibson) bravely declared her love for John (Kay), but when he refused to say how he felt, she walked out of his auto - and, seemingly, his life.
However, the new - and final - episode of the BBC show appeared to suggest that the pair went off into the sunset together.
One fan said, "Literally crying with laughter at the finale of #CarShare there... In tears, of laughter, and tears of sheer joy".
Fans loved it so much they have called on comic Peter to turn it into a single so they can get it to the top of the charts.
While some may have found it a little too ambiguous, it's a pleasing note which feels perfectly at spirits with the show - we didn't exactly want them snogging each other's faces off, did we? A fitting finale to a brilliant series.
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A third added: "Clever of Peter to write the song".
The last scenes saw John and Kayleigh listening to music together on a bus after John's auto got towed.
As John and Kayleigh drove along they passed Man United's Old Trafford stadium - emblazoned with the words "Manchester City".
The show's writer Paul Coleman tweeted that he was "glad to have given a chunk of the country a happy finish".
Kay had initially said there were no plans for more episodes, but fans demanded more, with more than 100,000 people signing a petition calling for a different pay-off.
Car Share won two Bafta TV Awards in 2016 for best scripted comedy and best male performance in a comedy programme.