The viewers of the ANTIQUES Roadshow discovered the double of a legendary comedy character during the show.
The hit BBC One show was back on the air tonight, hosted by Fiona Bruce.
It also returned to its normal 8pm timeslot after last week’s schedule changes.
The show took place in beautiful Stonor Park in Oxfordshire.
Spectators watched as guests brought back items including a rare group of Native American medals and Florence Nightingale’s tool box
They also heard the story of a remarkable World War II pilot.
However, fans spotted a look-alike from legendary British comedy Steptoe and Son.
They were convinced that glass expert Andy McConnell was the spitting image of Wilfrid Brambell, who played Albert Steptoe.
Andy, who appears regularly on the show, accompanied Fiona with period glassware.
BBC viewers took to social media to share Andy-related GIFs and memes of Steptoe and Son.
One fan said: “I love Andy’s enthusiasm when it comes to all things glass.”
A second said: “Andy is dumb as a brush.”
The Antiques Roadshow continues on BBC One and iPlayer.