VIRGIN Media viewers have branded Gogglebox Ireland “therapeutic” after a hilarious episode.
The Gogglebox crew sat together for another week to watch some of the best TV shows of the week.
RTE News first talked about the cargo ship carrying 2.2 tonnes of cocaine.
Next up was Keith Duffy’s latest RTE series Keith’s Teeth: A Dental Odyssey, which saw the singer tackle society’s evolving obsession with teeth.
They also sat down and watched Scarlett Moffatt’s new show, Scarlett’s Driving School.
They shared their own stories about learning to drive as they related to the show.
The Gogglebox crew also cried while watching DNA Family Secrets and gave their opinion on the RTE series Love in the Country.
Finally, the crew watched “Who Killed Jill Dando?” on Netflix and The Great British Bake Off.
Fans of the show flocked to X to share their love for the TV show and the cast.
Anthony commented: “All hail the absolute joy that is the great Gogglebox Ireland.”
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“Why is just watching people watching TV so damn therapeutic? The much-needed relief that a crappy day always calls for. Bravo.”
@DeirdreOKane1 and everyone involved. Never fails to entertain wildly.
Elaine said: “Oh how I find the #goggleboxIRL people’s reaction to #keithsteeth so funny! Irish humor is unbeatable.”
While Dara also wrote: “I would honestly love it if John and David had their own crime drama.”
Recently over 30 celebrities sat on their sofas for a special edition of Gogglebox Ireland.
The special featured archive clips from the last 25 years of television in Ireland, as well as this week’s top TV shows.
The famous faces reminisced about the last 25 years as they watched TV3’s first newscast on September 20, 1998, hosted by Grainne Seoige and Alan Cantell, to some classic Living With Lucy episodes.
The episode was packed with hilarious retro TV shows.
One of the shows that celebs were shocked to see was Perfect Match, hosted by Twink.
A contestant on the blind date show had some inappropriate one-liners that left everyone in a tizzy.
He said he liked the girl’s tongue piercing “for the pleasure of oral sex.”
He then revealed his “love interest” to Twink by pulling down his pants.
Finally, he said his favorite feature of women was their breasts.
Karen Koster shouted, “Wasn’t anything off the table? There was no censorship”
Roz Purcell said: “How did this show air?”
Another retro clip that confused everyone was Ireland AM back in the day.
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Two boys came to the morning program to perform their comedic act called Puppetry Of The Penis.
Twink said hysterically, “Are we sure this is breakfast TV?” Holy goodness.”