When Sky Sports were left with Burnley v Watford for Monday Night Football, they would have had a long hard think on how to make sure ratings don't dip. With all due respect to the two Premier League sides, it was never going to be a spectacle for the neutral fan.
Matters were made even worse when Gary Neville booked a holiday for that week, forcing the producers to find a special guest to fill his large shoes. Scott Parker was probably available while Paul Merson could have provided a few laughs if nothing else.
However, those same producers had bigger ambitions and pulled a rabbit out of a hat when they managed to convince Jurgen Klopp to join Jamie Carragher and David Jones.
The Liverpool boss was a widely regarded pundit when in Germany and even won awards for his analytical work during the 2006 World Cup but he had yet to make his debut since moving to England last October.
His charisma meant that it was not just Liverpool fans who were excited for the show to kick off and he duly delivered on that expectation. In the space of an hour, Klopp captivated the audience and sent Twitter spinning.
He provided a tactical masterclass, perfectly explaining his "gengerpressing" style with the help of the SkyPad before revealing the inspiration behind becoming a manager in the first place.
By the end of it, he was top of Twitter's trending bar with some fans calling for Klopp to replace Neville on a full-time basis.
We've piled together some of the best tweets and embedded them below. Enjoy!
And somehow Piers Morgan managed to make it about Arsenal: