Almost 3 million viewers watched 'Pat Butcher' smoking weed with nuns on ITV last night.
The first episode of new three-part doc Gone To Pot aired to 2.9 million between 9PM and 10PM.
Alongside Pat - aka ex-EastEnders actress Pam St Clement - on the show are Birds of a Feather actress and Loose Women panelist Linda Robson, actor Christopher Biggins, retired footballer and TV presenter John Fashanu and darts supremo Bobby George.
The group of well-known celebrities are hitting the road together for the new series, to embark on the ultimate trip across the US on board a magical mystery bus. They will explore the locals use of marijuana, for both medicinal and recreational purposes and meet some truly extraordinary characters along the way.
She told cameras: "That first puff with the nuns, you just get so relaxed".
On Twitter, one viewer reacted: "I'm speechless! Not because nuns are getting stoned but because pat butcher is smoking a joint awesome #GoneToPot."
Another added: "Pat Butcher getting stoned on national TV with a group of nuns is not something you see everyday. welcome to the United Kingdom. fabulous. #GoneToPot."
However the ITV doc couldn't quite win its slot, with Children in Need Rocks the 80s enjoying a slightly bigger audience of 3.4 million over on BBC One at the same time.