Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt didn't manage to set Channel 5's ratings on fire last night.
Speidi were seen welcoming us into their home in the States, as the pair showed off his gun collection.
“I love it. Going shooting is one of my favourite activities and gives me a new sense of self. It makes me feel proud to be an American," Heidi said. “I think it’s one of the greatest rights to be an American.
“I didn’t feel safe especially with crazed fans and stalkers out there but if somebody broke into our home, this is the only thing that would actually save my life.”
But fans of the pair shouldn't be expecting a full series, after just half a million viewers tuned in.
The show was last in its slot with even ITV's political chat show The Agenda attracting more viewers.
Although it was a rather bad night all around for Channel 5, who failed to break the one million mark all evening.
Rory & Will latest series continued to struggle with 400,000 viewers, while a new isntalment of fly on the wall doc Police Interceptors was the most watched show of the even, but still attracted only 900,000.
Shrinking My 17 Stone Legs, an Extraordinary People special, also failed with less than 750,000 viewers.
If you missed Speidi’s documentary last night then you're in luck, as Channel 5 are broadcasting it again on Thursday at 10.55pm on 5*.