If you, very much like me, used to revel in waking up on a Sunday morning to watch Dick & Dom in da Bungalow then this is sure to cast your mind back to a better time.
I would wake up on a weekly basis in my grandma's spare bedroom - because my parents enjoyed fobbing me off every Saturday night, priorities and all that.
Then I'd enjoy my brew (no milk three sugars - because, well, my gran clearly liked dental bills) with about 15 ginger biscuits on the side. And I loved it.
The only thing that made that questionable breakfast a hundred times better was a good ol' game of 'bogies'. Grandma probably disagreed but she grew to appreciate it.
The show's presenters, Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood, obviously enjoyed the game as they were more than up for coming back for another go - over 12 years after the last episode of their show aired on BBC2.
Dick and Dom were challenged by Capital FM's Roman Kemp and Sonny Jay in aid of Global's Make Some Noise, the national charity that gives a voice and a lifeline to small projects across the UK that struggle to be heard.
And the only way to make sure you're listened to loud and clear is to start screaming 'BOGIES' in central London - that'll do it, guys.
The two pairs of men legged it around the city centre shouting the well-known catchphrase at an increasing volume - even giving directions at one point.
They sounded exactly the same (shock) as they introduced the vintage game. The bogie-ometre, which is a slightly brighter shade of green than it was a decade ago, was well and truly put to the test.
Dom started things off with a solid starting score of 1.2 - a stark different to his old whispering trick at the beginning of the game.
Things continued as expected with a metaphorical game of bogey-shouting ping pong until the professionals ended up with a 9.2 when Dick used a busker's microphone.
Roman hit back when he stormed out on to the balcony of a bar and screamed through a megaphone, reaching 9.4 before the veterans went one step further forming a human pyramid which paid off as the LADs achieved a winning 9.8.
Well done, guys, we were confident from the start.