After the excitement of the lone male housemate, Ziggy, entereing the Big Brother house on Friday night, it was a case of bibble-babble bibble-babble all weekend long.
Indeed, there was so much bibbling and babbling, that residents living close to Elstree studios, claim to have seen a large cloud of bibble floating over the area on Saturday.
Ziggy, and not the expected Stephen Hawking, was the first non-female contestant to be introduced to the group of gagging Gorgons, and was the main subject of conversation after the initial hysterical screams had faded to a crescendo.
As the girls realised that Ziggy was going to be the only man available to supply them with 'something for the weekend', bibble-babble was replaced by chitter-chatter, chirruping and, finally, chuntering.
Sunday was almost total gossip, with jibber-jabber and tittle-tattle being the order of the day, before bibble-babble once more took centre stage last night.
Show psychoanalyst William Whitecoat explained to an audience on Big Brother's Big Mouth:
"The interaction between individuals and groups is what makes Big Brother so interesting."
Programme host Davina McCall told viewers:
"Now you know why we sent Ziggy in - so the girls could spend the weekend chewing the fat."