The Great British Bake Off is the highlight of many people's week.
However this week's show has received 24 complaints to Ofcom over a joke made by one of the hosts Noel Fielding.
This week's theme for the show was Bread week so it meant a lot of the time for the contestants was spent sitting around waiting for their bread to prove.
Meanwhile, host Noel decided to hide in a fridge and have co-host Sandi Toksvig close the door on him.
However, many viewers took to social media and made official complaints to the communications regulator in the UK.
Most of the complaints were over how children watch the show and would try and recreate Fielding's joke.
— neil watkins (@welshope) September 12, 2017
— BennettsFieldBunny (@BennettsField) September 12, 2017
#GBBO irresponsible after Noel Fielding hides in fridge I cannot believe that the people responsible for this programe thinks this is funny
— Georgina McGechie (@GMcGechie) September 13, 2017
Seriously, hiding in a fridge? What do health & safety have to say about that? #GBBO
— Emma Bell (@emmabell13) September 12, 2017
— Carolyn (@shotokancas) September 12, 2017
However, one viewer had some pretty sound advice for the parents worrying about their kids living in a fridge
Maybe YOU take responsibility for your kids. If they're old enough to be watching #gbbo, surely they understand NOT TO LIVE IN THE FRIDGE
— Anne Cupcake (@annecupcake) September 14, 2017