Forget Christmas! Get over New Year! The holiday we've all really been waiting for is here: Brooklyn Nine-Nine Day.
That's right, the show none of us realised we loved so much until they nearly took it away from us is back, fast-tracked from the US and on our TVs tonight.
Honestly, massive shout-out to SBS for bringing the Nine-Nine to us so quickly; at 8.30pm each Friday evening, you'll be able to catch a brand new episode season six over on SBS Viceland.
And according to Melissa Fumero - who plays Amy Santiago in the comedy cop show - it's shaping up to be a dirtier show thanks to Brooklyn Nine-Nine's new home at NBC, which (kind of) allows swearing and nudity.
"Well we get to bleep and blur now which is fun, so there will be some bleeps this season," she said.
"I don't know how many, or if they will all make it in, but it's been very fun for us to do that."
Something tells us we'll be getting a little more of Charles blurred than Terry Jeffords but hey, isn't that half the fun?
Tonight's episode will also finally give us the answer to the season five cliffhanger of whether or not Captain Holt will be leaving the Nine-Nine for the NYPD Commissioner job, although show creator Dan Goor reckons we should already know.
"The answer is there," he told Entertainment Weekly last year. "If you truly know Holt, you'll know."
Season six of Brooklyn Nine-Nine premieres at 8.30pm AEDT on SBS Viceland.