ACCRINGTON Stanley's assistant boss Jimmy Bell joked about re-christening the Interlink Express Stadium, the "Interlink Entertainment Stadium."
After a six goal thriller in their win over Crawley on Saturday, the Reds followed it up with a five goal spectacle against Aldershot on Tuesday night and it certainly kept the Stanley fans biting their finger nails until the final whistle.
It isn't what the Reds management, players or fans want but any neutral supporters certainly know they get thrills, spills, goals as well as mistakes with Stanley - but, more importantly, John Coleman's men are totting up the wins as well.
The Reds have now chalked up four successive victories - their best record in the Conference - they have scored in every game and are now in the play-off positions and need to stay there.
But, apart from perhaps the 2-0 win at Burton, there haven't been any comfortable victories with the games on a knife edge until the end.
"We nearly pressed the self-destruct button again but if games like that don't get the crowds back, then I don't know what will," said Bell. "Supporters need to come here if they want to watch a great game.
"But it is no good for management team and it is absolutely killing us. At times it is kamakaze but four wins on the bounce and we are going the right way.
"We are all made up but there is room for improvement."
Aldershot came to the Interlink, stuck at the bottom of the table, without a win on their travels and their confidence shot at.
And when Gary Roberts burst through with just three minutes on the clock, their manager Terry Brown must have had his head in his hands. But the left winger's early effort crashed against the post - and then the Reds seemed to take their foot of the gas.
The Shots dominated the next 20 minutes with their left winger Ryan Williams splitting the defence with his pace and Shots top scorer Tim Sills looking a real threat.
Williams played some stunning balls into the box from one flank with Nick Crittenden doing the same for the other and it was lucky for the Reds that the visiting hitmen weren't at the top of their game.
In fact, Sills was clean through at one stage after Mike Flynn and Peter Cavanagh tackled each other on the edge of the area but he chipped his effort over the bar with only Darren Randolph to beat.
It was ominous for the Reds and the Shots finally found a way through the shaky defence.
Williams once more worked well down the left and played in a perfect cross and Crittenden was unmarked in the area for a header which Randolph did try to get to - but it seemed to go under him.
Bell was fuming that it took a goal to then spring his side into life.
"I had a go at them at half-time about that. If we need a goal to get us going, then we are going to be in trouble. We need to motivate ourselves and go out on top at the start.
"After they scored, it was a completely different game but we can't give sides one goal leads."
The revival was sparked by an Ian Craney run which got the players and the fans going.
The midfielder got the ball from just inside the half-way line, powered through the defence and fired low and hard goalwards but keeper Nikki Bull got down low to save it.
It was then wave after wave of Stanley attack with Paul Mullin feeling he had been impeded by Scott Guyett in the area while Steve Jagielka also felt he was fouled for a spot kick.
But, as the right winger lay grounded, the ball came to Mullin who held off his marker, tried to turn and Jagielka recovered to take the ball of the striker's toe and whallop it into the back of the net for the equaliser on 35 minutes.
It was all Stanley then and it was the Shots turn to be at sixes and sevens at the back with Roberts a threat, Mullin causing problems and Brown giving the defence no respite.
And it was no surprise six minutes later when Jagielka's ball in was flapped at by Bull and it fell to Craney who played the ball back across the goal. Brown was there to touch the ball over the line for his fourth goal of the season - to make him Stanley's top scorer.
Brown then had two efforts before, on the stroke of half-time, Anthony Barry played a ball forward, Mullin dummied it and it fell to Roberts on the wing.
He charged into the area and slotted the ball between the keeper and the post to seemingly make the win safe at the break.
But this is Accrington Stanley and nothing is easy.
Jagielka could have increased the lead immediately after the interval but shot into the side netting from a tight angle while, at the other end, Roberts almost headed a Williams cross into his own net.
Then came what should have been a decisive moment for the Reds when midfielder Matt Somner was sent off for lashing out at Peter Cavanagh after a tackle on 62 minutes.
But, as often happens, the ten men were inspired and striker Chris McPhee almost forced a mistake out of Randolph as they both raced for a ball but, although missed by the Accy keeper, the ball rolled away from goal.
Then Robbie Williams held his nerve to take the ball off the feet of Crittenden as he raced clear and lined up to shoot.
And, just as the first goal was coming, the second one arrived on 71 minutes when a shot from sub Ryan Scott looped up and was headed home from close range by Sills.
The nerves were certainly jangling at that point and manager John Coleman had his head in his hands as Crittenden got the better of Leam Richardson and fired goalwards from six yards out but the tight angle and Randolph denied him.
Stanley subs Romuald Boco, Andy Mangan and Alan Navarro came on and did help ease the pressure on the Reds back line.
But the home fans hearts' were in their mouths with one minute left when Crittenden got the ball 12 yards out and his fierce volley was heading for the back of the net, until Randolph touched it away for a corner.
Stanley could then have seen the Shots off but Navarro's strike was brilliantly saved by Bull on the line but he could only push it out to Roberts who ballooned the effort over - much to the management's dismay.
But the result is what counts - and the whistle blew with three points in the bag for the Reds.
"I wouldn't say we were hanging on but when they scored it certainly put us on the back foot and we need to eradicate that, especially against ten men at home," said Bell.
"When their lad (Crittenden) had that shot near the end, it is what you do not want to happen and what shouldn't be happening as we should have done enough to see the game out."