The Great British Bake Off
"Don't tell me I've got to kiss that spatula, because I'm not doing it!"
12 “Great British Bake Off” Moments From The Quarterfinal That Were Stressful, And 19 That Were So Pure
"My objective for this week is to survive."
This American Vs. British TV Poll Is Sure To Start Another Revolutionary War, And I Hope You're Ready
Let's see who really has better TV.
"I flippin' hate caramel."
"I'm not a chouxnutter. At all."
German Week, AKA the Rise of the Baking Terminator.
"The Great British Bake Off, or: cake and a side of britain's many, many accents."
Note to self: Don't forget the flour.
Are you bready for it?
"You are the first person in the history of this show to make invisible bread."
"You don’t know what bread’s thinking, do you?"
I'm Completely Mesmerized By These 22 Side-By-Sides Of The "Great British Bake Off" Bakes Vs. Their Drawings
Can one of these bakers build me a house out of biscuits, please?
No Offense, But I Bet You Can't Remember Who Made These "Bake Off" Creations (That Live Rent-Free In My Mind)
Only ~true~ Bake Off fans will pass this test.
17 "Great British Bake Off" Moments From This Week That Were So Heartwarming, Plus 14 Anxiety-Inducing Ones
A biscuit's motor breaks, because this is the type of show where biscuits have motors.
Do you agree with how the cookie crumbled this week?
To Celebrate "The Great British Bake Off" Returning, Here Are 19 Funny Tweets Fresh From The Oven Of Twitter
We all want to adopt Jürgen, right?!
13 "Great British Bake Off" Moments From This Week That Were So Heartwarming, Plus 11 Anxiety-Inducing Ones
The highs are high and the lows have a pudding-like texture.
"I am a very happy Jürgen indeed."
On your marks, get set, bake.
Send them all your love!
"This is the longest f*cking hug in the world." —Carrie Fisher
Biscuit Week was a very pure week.
BRB, watching TV until my eyes glaze over.
No soggy bottoms here.
Do you have what it takes to be crowned Star Baker, or will you be eliminated?
To be honest, nothing will beat "WHY HELLO JILLLLLLLLLL."
This post obviously contains spoilers.
There were concerns in regards to the concept of the technical and tent conditions in the Showstopper.
"When my daughter applied for the show on my behalf we never could have expected the wonderful reaction that we have experienced and continue to receive."
Noel continues to be the best thing about the Channel 4 series, to be quite honest.
This article involved me watching every single episode of Bake Off that has ever existed in under 24 hours. My head hurts.
"Oh my god, look! Pheasants! ... Two male pheasants."
If you're reading this, Rahul, you are so much better than you think you are.
"I have a feeling that rooting for Terry is ultimately going to shatter my heart into pieces, but he’s my ride or die, so I’m all in."
Who should you be rooting for all the way?
The hosts of Bake Off tested how well they really know each other.
Liam From "Bake Off" Spills The Tea On Emojis, Drunk Food, And His Unexpected Love Of "Transformers"
Liam Charles is a host of Bake Off: The Professionals on Channel 4, so we had him in our office to discuss, amongst other things, cakes and biscuits.
On wine: "There's never any left in our house. I might even need to open a bottle, specially."
"I reckon Celebrity A&E would be less stressful than this." The celebrity version of the show, produced to raise money for Stand Up to Cancer, has been a hoot.
“I mean there’s entertainment and there’s impossible, Scott. This is impossible. They are destined to fail. At least on Bake Off it is technically possible.”
Binge something new!
Did you choose your time wisely?
This is really quite intense.
He's one of the best things this series, besides Liam.
The ovens have finally started to retaliate.
If you haven't watched the latest Bake Off yet, then please be aware of spoilers.
He's a very precious human.
Liam to Tom: "We're getting drunk tonight."
Two of the best shows on television are merging.
Unfortunately, you cannot be Noel Fielding.
And we're only on week two. Week two!
"Noel looks like he’s meeting his girlfriend’s Tory parents for the first time and is having to hide his true self."
“You know, I don’t think you’re going to win Bake Off.”
"We don't, in this instance, see any public value in two public service broadcasters going head to head in this way," the BBC said in a statement.
Moms are so great.
Even if you are not a fan of Sheeran, you might want this to happen.
Jumpers in Bake Off beat jumpers in The Killing, hands down.
"I don't make cake as a rule. It's usually bread and pies."
Do you prefer Mary or Paul?
We asked the BuzzFeed Community for their favourite ever moments. If you haven't watched every episode, prepare yourself for a few spoilers.
An excellent baker, a lovely man and the best face.
Have you ever bun-dered which contestant you are from GBBO 2016?
There are many things in this show to offend anyone who watches regular Bake Off. Hold my hand and let's try to get through this together.
TL;DR: Just go to the shops and buy a cake instead.
This is something that needs to be replicated in the British version immediately.
Auditions, supermarket runs, and lots of Victoria Sponges.
Way to go Norman. Way to go.