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Roy, Moss and Jen are back... and 4 other weekend telly picks

Whether you’re staying in or going wild, we’ve got the telly for you.

WELL LADS, WE’VE made it through another week.  Give yisserselves a pat on the back there now.  You deserve it.

Undoubtedly you have loads of exciting plans for the weekend, some of which may include plonking yourself in front of the box.

Fortunately, we’re here to provide you with some guidance as to what to watch depending on you’re up to.

If you need an excuse to stay in… The IT Crowd: The Final Episode (Fri, C4, 21:00)

Source: Comedyon4

The lads are back for one last episode, so if you need an excuse to stay in, this is it.

Twitter will undoubtedly be ablaze with comment and reaction, so you won’t even feel alone!

If you’re having a romantic night in… Cloverfield (Fri, E4, 21:00)

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If you’re in the early stages of a relationship, perhaps having your first night in together, this is the perfect watch.

Post romantic takeaway and romantic glass of wine, snuggle up on the couch and grip each other with fear as you watch a terrifying film!  It’s a decent one from J.J. Abrams, too.

If you’re staying in with the kids… Craic Dealer (Sat, BBC2, 22:10)

Source: Kevin Kelly

When you’re a young parent, staying in on a Saturday can be a bit lonely, so you probably need a good laugh. Fortunately Dara O’Briain is on hand this weekend to provide you with some entertainment.

This is his most recent stand-up tour, and it’s a good’un.

If you’re sick on the couch… The Net (Sun, C4, 13:50)

Source: Nuno Ioppi

Sandra Bullock is taking on the evils of the internet in this classic from 1995.

Marvel at her use of floppy disks and old school chat rooms without taxing your poor unwell brain too much.

If you have the fear… Big Fat Quiz of the 90s (Sun, C4, 21:00)

big fat quiz Source: Channel 4

Sunday nights can be tough, and Downton Abbey doesn’t seem to be up to much these days, so why not get into the week with a bit of nostalgic laughter?

Jonathan Ross, Jo Brand, Sue Perkins, Lee Mack, Bob Mortimer and Richard Ayoade are looking back in this all new quiz.

Hank from Breaking Bad is going to be on RTÉ’s Saturday Night Show>

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