So far in this season of The Late Late Show, we have had Francis Brennan trying to get a duvet cover on, as well as a bag of spuds given to everyone in the audience. So we know what you're thinking, how could anything top that? Well they're going to give it a whirl tonight.
Joining Ryan on the show will be the famous Hairy Bikers, Dave Myers and Si King, who will chat about their cookbook and how they moved from behind the cameras to become TV stars in their own right.
Ryan will also be joined by the first person ever to be seen on Irish television, Kathleen Watkins, who is also one half of Ireland's original celebrity power couple with former Late Late host Gay Byrne. Kathleen was also the only female host of the Rose of Tralee back in 1977. She will be chatting about her new children's book, 'Pigín of Howth'.
Independent Alliance TD and Minister of State John Halligan will finally be on the show after pulling out of his appearance last month. He will be chatting about this week's budget and why he is choosing to fight on in Government even as the controversy over services in Waterford University Hospital rages on.
Consultant endocrinologist and obesity expert Professor Donal O'Shea will be telling viewers why he feels betrayed by the Government's failure to put money into tackling obesity in the latest budget and the delay in introducing a sugar tax.
Comedy will be provided by impressionist Oliver Callan, who will be giving his unique take on the budget, while Irish Mammies comedian Colm O'Regan will be talking about his new book 'Bolloxology'.
Finally, there will be music from The Riptide Movement and Donna Taggart.
Catch The Late Late Show tonight on RTE1 at 9.35pm.