DISTRAUGHT Neighbours fans have all say the same thing after the Aussie soaps last ever episode aired in the UK.
The show came to an end after 37 years this week, with the finale first airing Down Under on Thursday.
UK viewers had to wait until this evening for the last episode of Neighbours to air on Channel 5, and for many it was just too much.
The episode opened with Stefan Dennis’ character Paul Robinson saying: “Ramsay Street…It’s just an ordinary street in an ordinary neighbourhood … where extraordinary things tend to happen.”
Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburne) was then seen sadly looking around the street, seeing that every house apart from her own was for sale, after her neighbours decided to move on, for various reasons.
Meanwhile, Toadie (Ryan Moloney) was preparing to marry fiancee Melanie, and he received well wishes from lots of his pals via Zoom, allowing the show to squeeze in a number of cameos in one go.
The familiar faces who popped up included Margot Robbie as Donna, Kym Valentine as Libby Kennedy, Delta Goodrem as Nina and Jesse Spencer as Billy Kennedy.
Elsewhere, away from Ramsay Street, there was a scene that saw Natalie Imbruglia return as Beth alongside Holly Valance as Flick, with the two strangers chatting before realising they both lived on the Erinsborough cul-de-sac.
Back on Ramsay Street, Guy Pearce returned as Mike Young and viewers were delighted to see him rekindle his romance with Jane Harris (Annie Jones).
He also confirmed fan speculation that Sam (Henrietta Graham) is his daughter.
As if that wasn’t enough, a green mini also pulled into the street with Especially For You playing on the radio.
Out hopped Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan, back together as Scott and Charlene, with Kylie sporting her characters classic denim.
In a nod to how she first appeared on the show, Charlene broke into Harold’s house because no one is home, before things moved back to the wedding reception on the street.
Susan was now happy to see all her neighbours around her, and was glad to learn they had all decided to stay living on the street after all.
The character then said in a voiceover as she walked among all the characters: “Everyone deserves a place in the history of Ramsay Street.”
The ghost of Madge Bishop, Doug Willis, Sonya Rebecchi (Toadie’s wife) and Finn Kelly.
Susan continued: “Even those who watched us from afar. Together, we have been the perfect blend.”
Her husband Karl then snapped her out of her monologue and asked: “Susan, where were you just then?” to which she replied: “I was home.”
UK viewers were just as emotional over the final episode as their Aussie counterparts, with one writing on Twitter: “They are absolutely nailing this farewell. Ten minutes into this episode and I’m already crying.”
Another added: “I pretty much stopped watching #Neighbours when Mike Young @TheGuyPearce left. I was absolutely heartbroken.
“Today I confess to crying tears of joy when Mike & Jane were reunited. Wonderful 💕 Thanks for all the happiness you have brought to so many over the years.”
A third tweeted: “OMG! I just keep crying.”