WWE fans have probably thought at some point over the last few years 'What if?' about Bray Wyatt.
After his main roster debut in 2013 alongside Luke Harper and Erick Rowan, Wyatt was built as a cult leader and captivated fans with his presence.
Fast forward a few years though and WWE had wasted all his potential and momentum at the drop of a hat.
Putting the WWE Championship on him in early 2017 couldn't revitalise the Bray of old, and the last time we saw the Eater of Worlds was back in August 2018, where he was teaming with Matt Hardy.
WWE and Vince McMahon could've made Wyatt a consistent main eventer but it just never seemed to happen for him.
Fans have been expecting Wyatt's solo return for a while now, and creepy brief promos have been playing on Raw and SmackDown for the last few weeks involving a mysterious toy figure, which we now know was a buzzard.
Just yesterday a picture circulated showing the shape Wyatt is now in and it's a pretty remarkable transformation.
And he duly made his return to our television screens last night, but not in the guise anyone expected.
In an almost Blues Clues-esque setting, Wyatt revealed himself and introduced everyone to the 'Firefly Fun House', which was backed-up with the sound of cheering children.
Wyatt also introduced the buzzard toy that had appeared in previous vignettes and also 'Abi' the witch doll that graced our screens last week.
It was a strange turn of events for Wyatt to be portraying such a character, but he made reference to the fact that he used to be a 'bad man' before chopping a cardboard cut-out of his old self up with a chainsaw - or a 'pathetic slob loser' as he referred to himself as.
There was a very mixed reaction to the drastic switch in character, and judging by his past work there's always the chance there's going to be an evil kind of twist, but no-one in their wildest dreams expected Bray to come back as a child entertainer.
It will be interesting to see where the 'Firefly Fun House' segments lead to when it's all said and done, but it certainly looks like it's interesting times ahead for Wyatt.