Ryan Reynolds had a personal cup experience, Jurgen Klopp must detest playing Brighton by this point, and Jose Mourinho never ceases to amaze and delight us.
There was no more drama during the FA Cup fourth-round weekend than at Wrexham, where Hollywood actor and club owner Ryan Reynolds witnessed his non-league team's six-goal thriller against Championship team Sheffield United.
Kaoru Mitouma's late goal eliminated Liverpool, adding more misery for Klopp's team.
The best social media responses to the weekend's football are shown below.
1. Brighton rock.
As they say, things are good for Brighton right now.
Mitouma's winning goal against Liverpool in stoppage time gave Roberto de Zerbi's team a place in the fifth round.
That the Japanese midfielder is having a successful campaign should not be shocking.
Liverpool will probably be relieved that they won't be playing Brighton this year. The Seagulls have been challenging opponents in a challenging season for the Reds.
2. Hollywood productions.
On Sunday, the owner attended Wrexham's match against Sheffield United. Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds made light of the possibility that Sheffield United could perform a miracle against his team by conjuring enough cup magic before the game.
He wasn't too far off, in any case. The Blades, who are second in the Championship, needed a goal in stoppage time from John Egan to salvage a draw.
Reynolds appeared to kick every ball.
3. A camera is never lying.
When Grimsby Town's Harry Clifton equalized against Luton Town on Saturday, club allegiances took over for one member of the media team.
4. utter "cheese".
Jose Mourinho is still capable of shocking us at the age of 60.
By deviating from the expectations of the dressing room photo on Saturday, Roma's manager broke with a recent football tradition.
Kim Kardashian also surprised everyone by becoming a fan of Roma.
And Napoli seem to be on track to win the Serie A championship for the first time since 1990.
5. Who says you can't meet your heroes?
Leeds Ladies of the National League Division One North were destroyed 9-0 by Arsenal in the Women's FA Cup.
Despite the outcome, Leeds striker Amy Lea Woodruff appeared to be in a good mood at the end of the game after meeting her idol Leah Williamson.
6. Burnley has prevailed in the hiring process.
Striker Michael Obafemi was acquired by league leaders Burnley from Swansea for about £3 million.
Even just this reveal video, which was inspired by Gavin and Stacey, was worth the money spent.
7. sisterly affection.
Manchester United defeated Sunderland in the Women's FA Cup with the aid of two goals from Nikita Parris.
Neve Herron, a midfielder for Mackem, had a special moment leading onto the field before the game began as her younger sister led the way.
8. Interested in aging?
A few members of Manchester United's 1992–1993 squad reunited on Friday to commemorate the 30-year anniversary of their first Premier League championship.
Ask your parents.
9. This may be uncomfortable.
It's Sean Dyche again.
Following Frank Lampard's dismissal from Everton last week, the former Burnley manager was named as the club's new manager on Monday.
Dyche led Burnley to two promotions from the Championship and two top-half Premier League finishes over the course of a ten-year tenure.
To keep Everton in the top division will be a difficult task for him. With only 15 points earned from 20 games, they are currently ranked 19th in the league.
10. Goodwin's fate is decided by hammering.
Aberdeen manager Jim Goodwin's tenure came to an end after a 6-0 defeat to Hibernian in the Scottish Premiership.
The defeat by sixth-tier team Darvel in the Scottish Cup was followed by this disastrous performance, which was the worst in the club's history.
Aberdeen is currently 7th in the standings and has lost their last 7 away games. A few minutes after Saturday's defeat, it was decided to fire Goodwin.