The second episode of ABC's new show Splash kicked off on Tuesday night.
There was plenty of buzz throughout Twitter during the show's debut last week, as Miss Alabama 2012 Katherine Webb survived a "dive-off" with former Cosby Show actress Keshia Knight Pulliam to stay in contention.
We all remember Louie Anderson in the debut. The hefty comedian got quite the reaction after his dive in the competition. Athletes and celebrities even weighed in on the new show, ranging from Golden State Warriors forward Carl Landry to former women's No. 1 tennis player Chris Evert.
Would the second episode of Splash create the same kind of buzz on Tuesday?
You only have to turn to Twitter to find out ...
Apparently Rosie O'Donnell is a Splash fan:
OK - SPLASH RIGHT NOW #wtsplash— Rosie O'Donnell (@Rosie) March 27, 2013
One thing Splash has been able to do is bring diving into the nation's consciousness. USA Diving was digging it on Tuesday:
Who's watching #Splash? Loved the opening act, featuring many of our club divers from southern California.— USA Diving (@USADiving) March 27, 2013
Joey Lawrence has taken quite the beating for his hair style on the show. Steve Morrison of the radio show "Preston & Steve" added to the buzz:
Watching the diving competition show "Splash" on ABC and noticing that Joey Lawrence has G.I. Joe hair.— Steve Morrison (@mor100) March 27, 2013
Bleacher Report's own Tyler Conway prepared for Detroit Lions star Ndamukong Suh's dive:
Anyone else gather canned goods and milk for when "The Perfect Storm" hits after Ndamukong Suh jumps in the water? #Splash— Tyler Conway (@tylerconway22) March 27, 2013
Contestant Kendra Wilkinson has been hyping up the show since the debut, and she didn't stop on Tuesday:
Former USA women's soccer star Brandi Chastain was buzzing about the show:
It turns out diving from great heights when you haven't been doing it for very long is a bad idea, as World of Isaac showed:
Bet the Lions are thrilled to see this image of Suh bleeding on 'Splash.' twitter.com/WorldofIsaac/s…— World of Isaac (@WorldofIsaac) March 27, 2013
TV personality Kate Gosselin made sure to tweet out words of encouragement to Kendra Wilkinson:
Watching Splash waiting for my girl @kendrawilkinson to dive! Kendra-- YOU CAN DO THIS, I promise! You got this! XO— Kate Gosselin (@Kateplusmy8) March 27, 2013
Comedian Matt O'Brien was not amused:
Stumbled upon the show #splash and if aliens are seeing this tweet please DESTROY OUR PLANET NOW— Matt O'Brien (@matt_obrien) March 27, 2013
Olympic gold medalist Laura Wilkinson approved of Splash pitting the two worst divers of the day against each other in a "dive-off" to stay on the show:
I like the dive off concept. #splash— Laura Wilkinson (@Lala_the_diver) March 27, 2013
In the end, Ndamukong Suh lost the "dive-off" to Brandi Chastain. Chastain stays alive to dive another day.