Here's the lineup for tonight's Late Late Show - and it's a good 'un
Lol jk, of course you are.
And lucky for you there's a whopper enough Late Late Show lineup in store to keep you entirely entertained.
Munster rugby star Paul O'Connell will be joining Ryan Tubridy to chat all about homeschooling his children, taking time away from sport, and his own work with charity Barnardos - and why they need the public's help more than ever.
Ricky Gervais will also be sticking his head in via Skype, probably, to give his undoubtedly biting commentary on the US's reaction to the coronavirus pandemic and how the Staes are handling the crisis.
He'll also hopefully be chatting a bit about the upcoming series of After Life, because you know, it's a good show.
Irish actor Colm Meaney will also be on hand to chat about his latest role as a top gangster whose death sparks off a mafia war in his new series Gangs of London. Meaney will also be chatting a bit about the coronavirus, because why not?
In related news, Chief Medical Officer Tony Holohan will be live in studio giving an update on where the country currently is with the virus, what has been achieved, and what still needs to be done.
Former Obama adviser Samantha Power will join Ryan from her home in the States to talk about her experience of the virus, while Danny O'Reilly from The Coronas performs a special solo performance live from the studio.
He'll also be explaining why he isn't going to change the name of his band because of the virus.
No, really. That's in the press release.
The Late Late Show airs tonight at RTÉ One at 9.35pm.