"Until you can give us some clarity @ScottMorrisonMP, please don't interrupt MAFS," one person tweeted, clearly wanting an escape from this pandemic in the form of MAFS.
The Prime Minister updated the country about non-essential business closures come Monday, to help prevent spreading the COVID-19 any further.
"I'm doing the right thing but I want to watch MAFS #lockdown," tweeted another viewer.
Viewers were promised video footage of Hayley Vernon and Michael Goonan hooking up, which would have proved the cheating allegations to be true. However, the biggest takeaway from the episode is that MAFS bride Vanessa Romito lied about having footage.
Tonight, we are set to the see the showdown between Stacey Hamtpon's good friend and fellow bride Lizzie Sobinoff, and Hayley, where glasses are allegedly smashed.
We will also see the return of Ivan Sarakula, after he threw good mates Michael Goonan and Josh Pihlak under the bus before leaving the show for good.