Forget what you think you know, because both Super Rugby AU and Aotearoa threw up some major surprises on the weekend.
There's now only one unbeaten side Down Under and it's not the Crusaders.
So, who got the chocolates over Easter?
Super Rugby AU
Brumbies 24, Waratahs 22
What an emotional rollercoaster for the Waratahs.
After coach Rob Penney's sacking after a 0-5 start to the season, little was expected from New South Wales against a very good Brumbies side.
However, the coaching shakeup seemed to galvanise the Tahs, as did the return of captain Jake Gordon from injury.
The Brumbies jumped out to an early 10-0 lead with tries to Tom Banks and Tom Wright, making his first appearance of 2021 on the right wing.
However, they stumbled their way through the rest of the game, as discipline issues continued.
Tom Cusack and Rory Scott were both issued yellow cards and as time wore down, Cusack copped a red card for a second infringement.
This left the Brumbies with just 13 men on the field, as the Waratahs stormed home.
James Ramm scored in the 82nd minute and if not for Will Harrison missing his conversion, the game would've gone to golden point.
While Harrison was visibly upset at the miss, the Tahs will be left to rue other blown opportunities to score tries earlier in the match.
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Reds 44, Rebels 19
A much improved Rebels side was looking forward to getting some revenge on the Reds back in 'Burn City', where the Queenslanders had not won in four years.
But Taniela Tupou and Hunter Paisami were having none of that.
Tries to the pair sent the Reds out to a commanding 24-0 lead after just 18 minutes, with Paisami grabbing a runaway intercept in the fourth minute, while Tupou showed the full array of his freakish talent, rumbling over from close range, then running a beautiful support line to steam 20 metres to score.
The only criticism of Tupou was his half-dive try celebration, as the young prop chose self-preservation over adding to his highlight reel.
The home side Rebels did climb their way back into the match thanks in large part to the attacking spark from halfback turned right wing Frank Lomani.
The Fijian international scored a try, made three clean breaks and looked to have a very good Reds defence chasing their tails at times.
Having struggled for gametime over the past couple of seasons, Lomani's performance may well have cemented his spot in the side, albeit on the wing.
The Rebels now return to AAMI Park against the Force, while the Reds lock horns with the Brumbies in Brisbane.
Super Rugby Aotearoa
Highlanders 33, Crusaders 12
No, that is not a typo.
The Highlanders strolled out on to Orangetheory Stadium in Christchurch and knocked off the previously unbeaten Crusaders.
And it wasn't even close!
During the week, six Highlanders had been stood down for disciplinary reasons, so no one expected the southern men to come out and win, much less dominate the defending champs.
Mitch Hunt was hugely influential from fly half and made sure that the Highlanders accumulated points whenever they entered Crusaders territory, something they had been unable to do in their previous outings.
Former Crusader Billy Harmon scored the Highlanders' first try, with Michael Collins and the super impressive Connor Garden-Bachop also crossing for five-pointers.
On the other hand, the Crusaders, made a lot of "un-Crusaders" errors and generally misfired.
The defeat, coupled with the Reds' dominance now begs the question, who is the better side?
I guess we'll have to wait a few months to find out.
Blues 27, Hurricanes 17
After a couple of disappointing results, the Blues managed to get back to their winning ways at Eden Park.
Tom Robinson stepped in as captain and didn't disappoint with an assured performance and a cliché filled post-match interview.
The first half was pretty tight and controversy swirled as Hurricanes captain Ardie Savea was sin-binned, as the Blues were awarded a penalty try from a rolling Blues maul.
Replays and commentators suggested the call from the touch judge was incorrect, inspiring one fan to cover his face with a paper bag just before halftime.
As the second half wore on though, the Blues asserted their dominance, much as they had done in the previous meeting between these sides.
Well worked tries to Mark Telea and TJ Faiane were just reward for a solid forward display and tremendous defence in the second period.
For the Hurricanes there were a couple of bright spots with Julian 'The Bus' Savea breaking into open field, while All Blacks hooker Dane Coles was followed by his own player cam in New Zealand, so he was pulling out all the tricks.
Coles looked more like a dancer at times, with an elegant leap to grab the ball with finger-tip control in the first half, followed minutes later by a beautiful spin move with ball in hand.
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