There must have been quite a few sore heads this morning after a particularly rowdy Late Late Show on Friday night.
The drink was presumably flowing before the Late Late Show's Valentine's Day special judging by the flying form of the audience.
With Ryan Tubridy at the helm, there were matchmaking games and saucy declarations of interest aplenty while there was no shortage of mentions of Coppers.
And while the vast majority of the programme focused on pairing up twenty-somethings, one segment featuring an adorable elderly couple may well have stolen the show.
Jimmy and Mary took centre stage to explain their unique relationship history with Ryan.
— The Late Late Show (@RTELateLateShow) February 14, 2020
Having met as teenagers, the pair went their separate ways and ended up marrying different people only to reunite 54 years later when Jimmy's prayers were answered.
Jimmy explained how he lay in bed one night and said a prayer to God that he would find a woman to spend the rest of his time with and then, "to be cheeky" as he put it, he specifically asked to be reunited with Mary from his youth.
The couple not only managed to melt the hearts of those watching at home but their story was also able to keep the raucous studio audience quiet (no easy feat) as they hung on Jimmy's every word.
Jimmy and Mary on the late late are just so cute 😭🙊
— Aimee Canavan (@AimeeCanavan) February 14, 2020
jimmy and mary on #latelateshow are making my heart melt
— 𝖓𝖊𝖔𝖓 𝖘𝖕𝖔𝖔𝖐𝖘 | 𝔹𝕃𝕄 ✊🏿 (@vapourcure) February 14, 2020
This is a great story.. Jimmy and Mary #latelate
— Bibi MacGowan (@BMacGo) February 14, 2020
Jimmy & Mary on #LateLateShow are an inspiration to everyone. Love lasts for a lifetime. Even if you’re not together.
Who’s cutting onions in here?! 😭
— Steven Fitzpatrick (@stevofitz) February 14, 2020
Omg mary and jimmy on the late late 😭😭
— Moll (@Maidykruss) February 14, 2020
— James McCarthy (@JamesMcCarthy97) February 14, 2020
Mary & Jimmy on the @RTELateLateShow what a lovely story for the day that’s in it ❤️
— Sharon Butler Hughes (@SButlerHughes) February 14, 2020
— Máire Morkan (@SmaoineamhCoach) February 14, 2020