Actually, we've come to see the new double celebrity act of Dec and Holly that is being formed in front of our eyes on the screen tonight.
They got up in a young start, both of them clinging to the clutch on the railing of the bridge they were on, showing very little lost and nervous.
But they launched in the usual jungle screaming together and with just one great reference about "doing it normally with a man every night", a clear sign for Ant's in December.
They have gradually built a different but effective combination, with Holly acting on the right, understandable and disappointing, versus Dec school routine.
You could see Holly conscious from the beginning, reflecting Dec's body language in a way that suggested he was trying hard to create a visual report.
Both of them did some anxiety rituals, such as shaking hands and a gesture of self-comfort from the finger that suggested she lacked the Ant to start.
But as Holly's levels of trust rose to the point where they stood by him with a hand on his hip and leading many pieces written, Dec was often appealing, making remarkable remarks about celebrities, while Holly take more care with him.
Holly's parenting role works well with Dec's free baby. Makes him funny and gives him authority.
We can pursue his demonstration of empathy for competitors as he struggles through death-defying tasks, while Dec stands behind his hand.
He is the one who has seen everything in this show, while she is the one who has to leave the set to mention snakes.
Ant and Dec had decades to grow together to improve their comedy time, and although "Holly and Dec" is a double act, and yet a little stranger, it quickly turns into something that worked well enough to laugh out loud.