When nine teams of two exploded onto Melbourne's CBD, hoping to evade capture for 21 days in the hopes of winning their share of $100,000, there was only one team keeping a close eye on absolutely everything happening.
Nope, we're not talking about HQ, we're talking about Twitter. With the close-calls, iconic disguises and tense captures, Twitter has been there at every turn with a joke or observation that would have even the most serious Ground Hunter stopping mid-chase for a laugh.
This social media sleuth's dilemma:
This genius DIY strategy we hope to see in the future:
This admission we couldn't help but relate to:
This slight hiccup in some of the Fugitives' approaches to getting help from strangers:
And what it must have looked like from the strangers' perspective:
This extremely Melbourne problem:
This sympathy for Angie's early-run injury:
As well as the sympathy for the poor Hunter who accidentally gave away their lead:
This mum who should be in HQ next season:
This celebration of Stathi's incredible nonna disguise:
And this realisation of the subtle flaw in his plan:
This minor difference in the UK and the Aussie versions of the show:
This stone-cold fact we can all agree on:
And this caffeine-fuelled plan to wrap up the Hunting early:
The national outrage when Graeme the bus-driver dobbed in Karen and Brittany:
...no really, people were mad...
...and are expecting revenge!
This glimpse into what we can expect from future Fugitives:
And this glimpse into what we can expect from future Hunters:
Hunted Australia continues Sunday - Tuesday at 7.30 on 10 and 10 play on demand