Louis Walsh stepped in to take the place of David Hasselhoff as guest judge in this week's episode of Britain's Got Talent and was left more than a little confused by some of the acts.
The Irishman joined the judging panel on the ITV1 show as it came to London searching for a new star.
First up for viewers on Saturday is seven-year-old Olivia who read the judges a poem with a difference - she had a 6ft snake called Lucy wrapped around her neck while she recited it.
She was swiftly followed by a trio of martial arts-meets-Bollywood dancers and 50-year-old Anthony who mixes his love of art with taking his trousers off - sending the judges hurrying to their buzzers before he can get too far.
Louis got more confused as the acts got stranger with a dance act based on Star Wars and Michael Jackson leaving him scratching his head.
He tells the other judges: "I didn't get it at all. I don't see the point of the act. Didn't get it at all. I just don't get it. I just don't see anything interesting in the act, I just don't get it. Is it just me?"
Things do not improve when Tim enters the stage with a finger snapping act, prompting an exasperated Walsh to say: "Erm, I didn't really get it."
The next act is an improvement - a dance group dressed like Edward Scissorhands that meets with Walsh's approval and relief backstage from host Ant who tells Dec: "Louis got it, he got it."
:: Britain's Got Talent is on ITV1 at 8pm on Saturday April 30.