It was a nailbitingly tense episode - well, apart from that disastrous bit where Brendan decided dipping his french fancies into a massive puddle of Pink icing - that bit was LOL - but overall it was pretty tense.
But after all the trials and tribulations, including an impossibly-titled pie that we cannot even begin to try to spell again, Brendan coming close to tears and the final being an absolute nail-biter, Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry decided on the winner. And it was John Whaite!
The cutie, who decided to include "Tartarus" (that's the offspring of Chaos, between us) - in fancy italic script on his final cake, won with his wonderful turkish delight and shiny chocolate concoction.
Not only did he win big with that, but he also scored a massively amazing first in his law degree. However, the clever clogs isn't going to become a lawyer or anything. Nope, he's decided to move to Paris to work as a pâtissier!
It'll be a great loss to Great Britain if the star of the Great British Bake Off wants to head off to Paris already. BUT if he's still around, we'll definitely try our very best to collar him for an interview.
In other Great British Bake Off news, Sue Perkins let slip on Twitter that she won't be appearing in the Comic Relief GBBO special, as she was having to film something else.
She told a friend "there is a comic relief bake off, but i ain't doing it as was filming something else x"
Boooo! Hissss! And…what on earth are we going to do with our Tuesday evenings from now on!?