RONNIE and Roxy Mitchell's final scenes were littered with references from their past on EastEnders, but did you spot it?
Samantha Womack and Rita Simons first arrived in Albert Square in 2007 and have since been involved in a lot of drama.
And their exit from the soap almost ten years on ended in the same way when Ronnie and Roxy drowned in the hotel pool.
However, the characters were given a special send off with a special homage.
As the wedding reception got underway, Ronnie, Jack and their fellow Walford residents were seen having fun on the dance floor through a series of slow motion shots.
Rewind to 2007 and the same shot was used when the trailer for Ronnie and Roxy's debut aired on TV.
Calvin Harris' song, I Get All The Girls was the backing track for the early EastEnders trailers which also showed Ronnie and Roxy wreaking havoc in the Queen Vic.
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So it only seemed right that the same track featured in the wedding playlist during the latest episode.
But that wasn't all.
Having drenched their fellow residents when they used water cans on them during their debut trailer, Ronnie and Roxy got them out again at the wedding and re-created that classic scene.
However, the reminiscing didn't start and end at the wedding reception.
After Phil organised for Ronnie to travel in style at her wedding, she asked Roxy if they could make a few detours, which included visiting Phil in hospital.
Ronnie's request paid homage to her first scene in the soap when she warned the taxi driver to not take any detours on the way to Albert Square.
At the location of the wedding, the camera panned to show Roxy's leg as she stepped out of the car.
The same shot was used when she set foot outside the Queen Vic for the first time.
Fans may have also noticed that Roxy's fear about her boobs falling out of her dress at the wedding was very similar to the fear that she would be exposed ahead of her big arrival in Walford.
"Chuck us the boob tape Ron, I can't get them to stay in," Roxy complained in the taxi on the way to Albert Square.
"I think my boobs are going to come out," the character re-iterated nine years on.
Throughout the hour long special episode, Ronnie and Roxy kept on saying that they were "sisters forever" which has been their motto since they made themselves at home in Walford.
While there were plenty of references reminding fans of Ronnie and Roxy's time on the soap, there were also links to past storylines.
Viewers will remember that Ronnie's last wedding ended up with her in critical condition after getting involved in an accident.
For months the character was in a coma and Mick Carter made it clear that he didn't want Jack Branning to follow in the same fate when he handed him a glass of champagne.
"Just the one mind, don't want to send you into a coma," the pub landlord warned.
There was even a movie reference when Ronnie pretended she was Kate Winslet's character Rose in Titanic as she sat on a ledge and spread her arms out.
And just as Rose's necklace floated to the bottom of the sea, Ronnie's locket did the same when she lost her life with sister Roxy.
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