Blindboy Boatclub (or Blindboy Boathouse as Ryan Tubridy referred to him) from The Rubberbandits appeared on last night's The Late Late Show.
The Limerick 'gas cuntist' appeared alongside broadcaster Ivan Yates, artist Robert Ballagh, and writer Martina Devlin, who didn't seem too impressed to be sitting beside this chap with a plastic bag on his face.
The four were assembled to discuss the 1916 commemorations, which the Limerick comedy duo weighed in on with their recent RTÉ show The Rubberbandits' Guide To 1916.
Here's a short clip from last night's show.
Given The Rubberbandits' penchant for absurd comedy (just check out their video 'Liar Liar Danny Dyer'), you might have thought Blindboy would have turned the whole segment into a piss take.
But from the reaction on Twitter, it seemed most people thought he was the voice of reason on the panel.
Here are a few of the tweets.
"up next, discussing 1916 rising with Ivan Yeats and Blindboy from the Rubberbandits"
Oh well this should be good!
— Jerry McAuliffe (@Logins_run) January 8, 2016
Could the woman next to Blindboy on the Late Late Show look any less enthusiastic about where she and what she's about to discuss ????
— Row-Sheen???? (@RoisinRedmond) January 8, 2016
blindboy boatclub on the late late with Ivan Yeats.
Ireland is just mad.
— John (@jonkavana) January 8, 2016
Blindboy is a great boy. Ignore the plastic bags, listen to what he's saying #latelate
— Maria Nev™ (@youngmaria84) January 8, 2016
Blindboy is the ONLY one talking anysense and staying on topic. I would vote for him #TheLateLateShow
— Sarah Morris (@sazzybm) January 8, 2016
— Caoimhe Hogan (@Caoimhe_NiOgain) January 8, 2016
— Alexandra Ryan (@SweetLikeAli) January 8, 2016
— ???? King Jerusalem ???? (@ccourtne) January 8, 2016
.@Rubberbandits Fair play to Blindboy Boatclub, made more sense than the rest of the panel. Someone who actually understands the people.
— Kevin Madden (@_kevinmadden) January 9, 2016
Blindboy is killing it on the late late.
— ????????????????????????'???? ???????????????????? (@LamStock) January 8, 2016
— Páraic Scully (@montyscully) January 8, 2016
— Fiona Power (@FionaPower9) January 9, 2016
BLINDBOY JUST SUMMED IT UP 'My generation are either leaving the country, or jumping in rivers' #LateLateShow
— Rebeccah Louise (@RebeccahLouise) January 8, 2016
To see the full segment, watch it on RTÉ Player here.