With every pub around the country closed for Good Friday, many of us will be enduring a government-mandated night on the couch tonight.
And while we may have great intentions to hit the cinema, find a covert house party or watch some groundbreaking documentary on Netflix, chances are that by 10pm we'll be on the couch with a cuppa (or a glass of wine, if you're particularly organised) to see what The Late Late Show has to offer.
You can generally rely on at least one of the guests to be from RTÉ's own staff and tonight is no exception, with several of the broadcaster's best-known faces donning 1916-inspired costumes for a chat with Ryan Tubridy.
Miriam O'Callaghan, Marty Morrissey and Marty Whelan are among those who were recently pictured in full costume to promote RTÉ's multi-location Reflecting The Rising project, which will take place on Monday from 11am to 6pm in Dublin City Centre.
The homelessness crisis will also be under the spotlight, with Lyndsey Robinson sharing her story of living in a temporary accommodation at a Dublin hotel with her two-year-old daughter.
Model and food blogger Rozanna Purcell, herbalist Sean Boylan, architect Hugh Wallace and fashion designer Richard Malone will make up tonight's line-up, with music from Lucy O’Byrne, The Bootleg Beach Boys and Earth City Mob.
Looks like we might be having an early night...