THE cast of Yorkshire police drama Heartbeat has topped the bill in this year's Queen's Birthday honours list.
The entire ensemble, including Joe McFadden, Derek Fowlds and Tricia Penrose, have all been made Knights of the British Empire 'for Services to Being in Heartbeat'.
Fowlds, the longest serving cast member, is now the UK's most honoured thespian, following his CBE for Services to Being the Guy Who Wasn't Nigel Hawthorne in Yes Minister.
The list also included long-overdue recognition for veteran entertainer Des O'Connor who has been named the new Archbishop of Canterbury.
O'Connor was recognised for his services to Morecambe and Wise routines and attending Variety Club luncheons and charity golf matches.
Liverpudlian smut-mouth cross-dresser Lily Savage has been made the 14th Duke of Bedford for Services to Jokes About Vaginal Thrush.
Meanwhile roly-poly girl next door Victoria Wood OBE was awarded her third CBE for having a really, really great personality.
Tony Blair, the chief executive of The Tony Blair Company, was offered a knighthood but turned it down after he was advised there was no money in it.
Bruce Forsyth was again told to go fuck himself.