First Good Friday that the pubs are open in 90 years, but you're not really that bothered about heading out?
You're dead right and sure, with guests like this on RTÉ's The Late Late Show on Friday night, you'd be absolutely mad to stir your socks outside the front door.
We promised you that two musical legends would feature on Friday night's show and we wouldn't dare lie to you.
When you think legend and Irish music, these two names would be very high up the list if not at number one and two respectively.
Give up guessing yet?
The Boomtown Rats frontman Bob Geldof will be on the couch and will be discussing all that's going on in the world including the upcoming referendum, and will be addressing his decision to hand back his freedom of Dublin.
Musician, singer-songwriter and actor Finbar Fury will also perform on the show. His performances are now synonymous with the Late Late after himself and Christy Dignam joined forces to do this...
Hold on to your hat though because it only goes uphill after that with broadcasting veteran and RTÉ journalist Bryan Dobson being thrown into the mix.
Finally, New York based but Cork born comedian Maeve Higgins will chat to Ryan about making a name for herself in America.
What a line-up.