Ireland's impressionist extraordinaire Mario Rosenstock made an appearance on The Late Late Show last night in the guise of friend and fellow broadcaster Miriam O'Callaghan.
But just because he was already in one persona, didn't mean he wasn't doing any other voices for the night.
The funny man asked Tubridy to pick someone who had been in the last week's news and the host selected Gerry Adams, so Rosenstock immediately slipped from his O'Callaghan character to the Sinn Féin politician in some kind of impression inception (imception?).
The result, as The Late Late audience will attest, was pretty feckin' hilarious...