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What to watch on TV tonight: Wednesday

The telly everyone will be on about in work tomorrow.

DailyEdge.ie rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.

The Restaurant (TV3, 9pm)

This week’s episode sees 1994 Eurovision winner, Paul Harrington, step into his chef’s whites at The Trocadero in the heart of Dublin. Will Paul’s six dishes be enough to win over Marco Pierre White, Rachel Allen, Martin Shanahan and an entire restaurant of diners?

Don’t Tell the Bride (E4, 9pm)

Kloe has her heart set on a Mediterranean wedding while her other half is looking into funfair-inspired ceremonies. Will Lawrence actually get Kloe up the aisle on the big day?

The Americans (RTÉ 2, 23.45)

The first episode in a new series of the Cold War drama, Philip and Elizabeth worry about the implications of Paige’s relationship with Matthew.

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Everyone’s talking about: First Dates Ireland

Another week, another selection of hopeful singletons, and a nation of viewers who are keen to talk rejection etiquette.

It’s a theme Twitter has visited many times before, but last night’s episode of First Dates Ireland really kicked discussion up a gear.

After Valerie and Patrick’s particularly awkward date, she allowed him to take the lead when discussing the future, despite knowing she had no intention of seeing him again.

And Twitter wasn’t here for it.

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Or flick over for…

  • Just Friends (E! Entertainment, 9pm)
    Starring Ryan Reynolds and Anna Faris, this 2005 comedy tells the story of a man who vows to win over his best friend after making a success of his life in the years following their time in high school together.
  • Alan Partridge’s Scissored Isle (Sky Atlantic, 11.10pm)
    The most awkward man in broadcasting is going north in an effort to make amends for an on-air gaffe he made about northerners. A one-off spoof documentary starring Steve Coogan.
  • My Big Fat Gypsy Ladies’ Day (3e, 10.15pm)
    This one-off documentary follows members of the travelling community in the UK as they prepare to attend the Epsom Derby Festival.
  • Brendan O’Connor’s Cutting Edge (RTÉ One, 9.35pm)
    This episode kicks off the first in a new series of the panel show. Tonight Brendan will  be joined by Maia Dunphy, Jennifer O’Connell and Niall Boylan.

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