They were the quintessential 80s boyband who went their separate ways after three years at the top of the charts, amid in-fighting and debt.
And Christmas viewers went wild at the screening of Bros documentary After The Screaming Stops, with fans comparing the film to The Office and rolling in the aisles over its absurd and hilarious one-liners.
The film followed the brothers as they prepared for their emotional sell-out reunion gigs at London's O2 Arena, nearly 30 years after they last took to the stage together, while simultaneously trying to repair their bond after a decade of minimal contact.
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When will I be (Twitter) Famous? Christmas viewers went wild at the screening of Bros documentary After The Screaming Stops, with fans comparing the film to The Office and rolling in the aisles over its absurd and hilarious one-liners
Conkers: The film followed the brothers as they prepared for their emotional sell-out reunion gigs at London's O2 Arena, nearly 30 years after they last took to the stage together, while simultaneously trying to repair their bond after a decade of minimal contact
But with one liners about not being able to play conkers, Matt saying Stevie Wonder had inspired him not to be 'superstitious and the brothers likening themselves to rectangles that made up a fortress, the show quickly became a fan favourite for very different reasons than the reunion.
The documentary promised 'a raw and emotional look into the aftermath of fame and the reconnection between two twins torn apart by their past' while showing no-holds barred clips of the pair rowing and crying over the bond they used to share.
However, fans couldn't help but compare the documentary to The Office and the hapless antics of salesman David Brent, especially when Matt showed off an custom designed oil painting of his beloved dog, and spoke about their favourite toy growing up.
Lol: Fans couldn't help but compare Matt to hapless salesman David Brent in The Office
Celeb endorsement: Stars flocked to Twitter to call the documentary the 'greatest gift'
One fan wrote: '@rickygervplease confirm you had some involvement in the Bros documentary, when the screaming stops on the BBC I player?
'It's impossible to believe it's not been touched by you/David Brent!!!' while another added: 'This is so Brent'.
Another wrote: 'Surely only a matter of time until we find out @rickygervais and @StephenMerchant we’re responsible for that Bros documentary?
Al Murray called it 'the greatest gift' of the festive season while Danny Baker said: 'Everything you've seen tweeted about the Bros documentary is true.'
'Please can we start a petition as Bros for this ridiculous thing where you can't even play conkers, you have to wear goggles. That is the biggest problem…You can't play conkers in England' - Matt Goss
'This is my best friend, Alfie, my bulldog – I had him painted, holding a pint of beer' - Matt Goss
'The letters H.O.M.E. are so important because they personify the word home' -Matt Goss
'I'm a Londoner. Embankment. Big Ben. Cab drivers' - Luke Goss
'I made a conscious decision because of Stevie Wonder not to be superstitious' - Matt Goss
'I was a rectangle and [Luke] was a rectangle and we made a square that became a fortress' – Matt Goss
'The best toy we had growing up was a dart. No dart board, just a dart' - Matt Goss
'This is my cave area. I have crystals everywhere. Love a bit of chess, have a few glasses of scotch, have a long game of chess' - Matt Goss
'I'm obsessed with the news, it ironically relaxes me, if I don't see the news, I don't feel informed, then I can't go about my day properly. CNN is the thinking man's reality show' – Matt Goss
Banter: The documentary was initially watched by fewer than 250,000 viewers on BBC Four, but later became one of the festive season's most popular shows due to a viewing surge on BBC iPlayer
Brilliant: The documentary was likened to The Office and Alan Partridge
Iconic: The documentary was labelled the new Spinal Tap after the 1984 mockumentary spoofing heavy metal bands
Theory: One fan joked that Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant were behind the documentary
Fans also took to social media to call it the real gem of the Christmas season's holiday television and gush over the greatest moments of the show.
One saw Matt gesturing at a portrait of his dog, saying: 'This is my best friend,