After years off the air, 90s late-night entertainment series Eurotrash returned to Channel 4 last night in a one-off EU Referendum special, and it’s fair to say that fans of the old series where overjoyed to see its filthy sense of humour back on the airwaves.
To many, it instantly brought back their 90s childhoods.
— Alex Dimopoulos (@alex_dimopoulos) June 8, 2016
TURN OFF THE INTERNET WE DON'T NEED IT NOW, WE HAVE #EUROTRASH AGAIN
— David Morgan (@thisisdavid) June 17, 2016
And the welcome return of something they hadn’t realised they’d been missing.
Oh Eurotrash. I've missed you. #EuroTrash
— Grace Dent (@gracedent) June 17, 2016
— Laura Nadia Hunt (@LauraNadiaHunt) June 18, 2016
— Halo (@EatMyHalo) June 17, 2016
Strangely emotional watching #Eurotrash. Antoine and Jean Paul are the forgotten continental saucy uncles of 90s teenagers.
— NEAFCY (@PNeafcy) June 17, 2016
I have missed the #eurotrash voice overs so very much.
— Tiernan Douieb (@TiernanDouieb) June 17, 2016
I don't think I've ever credited #EuroTrash with how much it screwed me up but also how hilarious it was.
— James Craig (@JDC99) June 18, 2016
Though of course, they can now watch it freely without fear of disapproving parents, which is somehow less fun.
Feels strange watching Eurotrash with the TV volume not at 1. #eurotrash
— Nick Walker (@nickw84) June 17, 2016
Watching #eurotrash like being 16 again – only difference is not on sofa with dad feeling a bit awkward. He's whatsapping me abt it though
— Ruth Bratt (@ruthbratt) June 17, 2016
I didn't have to watch #Eurotrash on low volume to avoid my parents hearing; I could hear my mum laughing at it in the next room.
— Steven Perkins (@stevenperkins) June 17, 2016
And in the end, even the younger generation seemed to enjoy it.
Son's #eurotrash verdict: would definitely watch this post-pub, it's brilliantly bonkers. New series please?
— Heidi Stephens (@heidistephens) June 17, 2016
Here’s hoping we can get another full series, whether Britain stays in the EU or not, eh?
— Andre Zang (@andre_zang) June 18, 2016
— Scott Bryan (@scottygb) June 17, 2016
It certainly seems to have made a few minds up anyway…
— Jim Davis (@lofidelityjim) June 17, 2016
#EuroTrash has done in 1 hour what remain campaigners have failed to do in months. Love it
— psi (@psi1111) June 17, 2016
— Jan Robinson (@Lassaylass) June 17, 2016
— Chris Mears (@Chris_Mears_UX) June 17, 2016
Eurotrash is available on All4 now