The couple revealed on Friday evening that they have separated after sharing the caravan for the past nine weeks.
Best friends Lee Riley, 51, and Jenny Newby, 64, isolated themselves in the caravan to film the series Channel 4, which features a range of chair reviews giving their hilarious views on national television.
Lee said: “Isolation week nine and unfortunately this is the last episode of series 15.
“We hope you enjoy the show tonight, it was a fabulous time and we will probably see you all in September.
“Have a great summer, keep yourself well and keep yourself safe.” “
In this final episode of the series, Jenny said, “Just think Lee, what are you going to do when I get home? “
“I will miss you when I get home. Did you buy me a starter gift? “
He replied, “Yeah. A suitcase f ******. “
Jenny replied, “Well I will miss you but you don’t like to admit it. “
“Je f ***** won’t do it,” said Lee, before laughing that he “couldn’t wait” to get rid of her from the caravan.
And viewers were blown away as the conversation revealed who owned the famous Sand le Mere caravan on the east coast, where Jenny and Lee teamed up for the show.
One person tweeted, “I always thought it was Jenny’s #Gogglebox caravan. “
Another commented, “Madness. I thought it was Jenny’s caravan after about 20 sets of watching. Madness #Gogglebox. “
Among the other moments in the final episode that got fans talking, Lee used to dip his toast in his tea.
At one point during the show, during a segment where the duo watched Andrew Marr interview Michael Gove, Lee could be seen dipping the buttered toast in their cup of tea.
“Do you have to do this?” You are disgusting, you, ”said Jenny.
He turned to her, asking her, “What? “
“Dip it in the cup,” she says.
To which Lee replied that he “loves her” because he gave her another dunk.
Fans called it a “toast crime” as they commented on Twitter.