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Well, what to do now that this year's Big Brother has finished?
If you find yourself grieving, desperate and sobbing inconsolably into your Big Brother-branded T-shirt, perhaps you can find some comfort in the Inside Big Brother book or through watching your favourite moments again on the Big Brother Uncut DVD.
There may also be some solace in watching the housemates masterfully try to stay in the headlines by getting drunk at TV award ceremonies (E4 is following the winner Kate around all week) and attempting to queue jump into London nightclubs.
Once again, and to many people's surprise, the strangely compelling 'personality' contest has been another success for Channel 4. Big Brother gave the station its best ever audience share in its 20-year history, peaking at 9.9 million viewers.
It also helped to prop up E4 and the Rise breakfast show, as well as being very financially rewarding for those involved. At 25 pence a go, some 8.6 million votes were cast in the final …