If you missed Part 1 of our look back at last week, click here.
If you didn't, you know that we're up to game day and after all the hype in the day's leading up to the game, it was a welcome sight to see crowd's like these waiting for the stadium gates to open at 6 p.m.
And, with most having heeded all the warnings about traffic and the push for everyone to arrive early, the fans kept coming, filling up every corner of the stadium.
Including more than a few Argentines as pictured above, who came out to see one of their nation's heroes, Lionel Messi.
Speaking of Messi, he played a major role in helping his club win this...this...
For those of you not sitting on the bench side of the field, these three beauties, the Champions League, Copa del Rey and La Liga trophies, were on display between the two benches all night long.
Quick trivia...which Galaxy players have lifted one of those pieces of silverware?
As for the game, Pedrito gave the visitors an early lead, slamming a shot through a sea of Galaxy defenders in the 11th minute before the Galaxy equalized just before halftime with this...in case you had forgotten.
The game remained 1-1 until Sergio Busquets played Jeffren Suarez in behind the LA defense and he slid a shot underneath Josh Saunders to give Barca a 2-1 win.
But words just don't do a game of that magnitude justice, so watch all the highlights here. Or, if that's not enough for you, click here to watch the whole game once again.
Well after the game had ended, the players had addressed the media, the media filed their stories and the crowds had long since gone home, the blog staff finally exited "the grand-daddy of them all" in the wee hours of Sunday morning, already thinking about a night, and a week, that we'll never forget.
Let's just hope that someone remembered to turn out the lights.