EastEnders viewers were left in hysterics during tonight's visit to Albert Square.
Viewers of the BBC One soap couldn't help but notice a random photograph of Nelson Mandela in a frame in Ian Beale's living room.
Tonight's episode kicked off with the aftermath of Friday's drama as Dennis Rickman was left for dead after getting attacked by Bobby Beale.
The troubled teen pushed Dennis after he launched a verbal attack at everyone in the room leaving him to knock his head on the corner of the coffee table.
Dennis appeared alive and well tonight but fans were distracted from the latest going ons in the Beale household as they spotted the snap of the South African politician on Ian's fireplace.
Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Why has Ian Beale got a frame photo of Nelson Mandela in his lounge?"
A second viewer added:"Where did that photo of Nelson Mandela come from?"
A third penned: "Since when has Ian Beale been a fan of Nelson Mandela?"
A fourth joked: "Any reason why Ian Beale has a photo of Nelson Mandela?"
Iqra and Ash encouraged Bobby to apologise to Dennis for attacking him.
Bobby decides to follow the advice but Dennis wasted no time in humiliating him as a result.
Dennis went on to threaten Bobby telling him he'd better watch his back.
The last time Bobby attacked someone things ended differently.
Ian's youngest son killed his sister Lucy by striking her with a music box in a fit of anger in 2014.
EastEnders continues on BBC One tomorrow night at 7.30pm