Thanks again for the exclusive interview Paul Hollywood, pretend friend of the show.
And so that got us thinking about our previous Paul Hollywood James Bond movie feature again, which seemed to go down really well. We wondered what the Harry Potter films might have been called if they had a Great British Bake Off twist.
So we've prepared another countdown, from rubbish to what we think are quite good alternatives. Here goes then:
And it is down one place to number 8, it is: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Which becomes: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Sweetness
Where Harry and Hermione join Mel and Sue for a trip to the local sweet shop. It is bon bon bon bons and sherbert lemons galore in this alternative version.
And climbing one place to number 7 this week, it is: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Askaban
Which becomes: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of the Asda Bun
Where friendly giant Hagrid gets his big bum stuck in his local Asda supermarket doorway after eating all of their sticky buns. Naughty Hagrid.
It is a non-mover at number 6 for: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Which becomes: Harry Potter and the Deep Fat Fryer
Where Professor McGonagall burns her fingers while making some chips. Try potato wedges in the oven next time professor, or maybe use a chip shop. Burger King do really nice crispy fries, although other fast-food restaurants are available.
A big drop this week, it is down three places to number 5 for: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Which becomes: Harry Potter and the Hoarder of the Peanuts
Where a hungry Harry and Ron hide their peanut butter from Draco Malfoy, who has to make do with marmite instead.
Down one place to number 4, it is: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1
Which becomes: Harry Potter and the Messy Marshmallows - Part 1
Where a food fight takes place in the Hogwarts dining hall and Severus Snape gets very cross indeed.
The up one place at number 3, it is: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2
Which becomes: Harry Potter and the Messy Marshmallows - Part 2
Where the food fight finishes and the cleaners finally arrive. They are not amused.
Fighting for the top spot, at this week's number 2, it is: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Which becomes: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Scone
Where pensioner baker Mary Berry and her side-kick Paul Hollywood meet Dumbledore for afternoon tea in his study. Mmmmm. Expect lots of jam and clotted cream in this one.
Which means that at the top spot this week, at number 1, it is, yes you've guessed it: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Which becomes: Harry Potter and the Half-Cooked Mince
There is food poisoning in the bake-off tent, and Ron Weasley falls ill after the shepherd's pie is undercooked. Oh no, poor Ron.