Cast members of The Bill, past and present, came together for a party to say goodbye to the serial after the cop shop closed its doors for good.
The bash was held at the ITV show’s fictional Sun Hill station at a South London studio on Friday night.
Veteran stars of The Bill joined the current crop of actors to honour the show, which was axed after a 26-year run, according to reports in The Sun.
Partygoers included a sad-looking Sarah Manners (PC Kirsty Knight), who having joined only in February wore her helmet for the last time as she tucked into an ice cream.
Legendary faces from the past included Graham Cole, who played PC Tony Stamp from 1987 until last year, Eric Richard (Desk Sgt Bob Cryer, 1984-2001), and Billy Murray (bent cop DS Don Beech, 1995-2000).
Mark Wingett (DC Jim Carver, 1984-2005) and Iain Fletcher (DC Rod Skase, 1994-2000) also attended the bash and greeted each other with a manly hug.
Also at the party was Jeff Stewart (PC Reg Hollis 1984-2008) sporting a bushy beard and smiling as he arrived.
ITV1 called time on The Bill in March after ratings dropped to 3.5million viewers from a high of 15million, back in the Nineties.
Final scenes were filmed earlier this month, but will not be screened until August.