Network Ten‘s shock decision to enter voluntary administration earlier this morning not only leaves Australia’s third commercial TV broadcaster in serious limbo, but a lot of people’s favourite entertainment and childhood memories as well.

While Administrators are now charged with the task of either selling or restructuring the struggling channel in the hopes of saving it from the scrapheap, folks on social media have, naturally, got their own ideas on what needs to be done.

‘Course the obvious choice is to chuck ‘The Simpsons‘ back on at its rightful weeknights at 6pm timeslot; frankly, the bulk of Ten’s financial downfall can be directly traced back to the decision to bump it from that slot (business analysts do not @ me).

But maybe – just maybe – there’s another way…

Enter: Twitter. The holy trashpile of the internet.

The most practical suggestion of all, however, comes from your boy Michael Beveridge, who has re-programmed Ten’s entire evening lineup that just bloody spells RATINGS.

We can forgive the ‘Simpsons‘ instability/time slot jumping if it means the glorious return of ‘Up Late with Hotdogs‘ (and in prime time, no less!).

But on a slightly more serious note, you absolutely know this swarm of reaction is coming:

Ugh. *braces self*

Source: Twitter.