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What to watch on TV tonight: Saturday

Here are the shows that will be on your Twitter timeline this evening.

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

Anchorman (RTÉ 2, 9pm) 

THE HUMAN TORCH WAS DENIED A BANK LOAN. Yep, Anchorman is on telly tonight, so get the scotch ready and warm up your quoting loins. THE MAN PUNTED BAXTER.

The Ray D’Arcy Show (RTÉ One, 9.35pm)

David Norris, Heathers and Irish Women’s Rugby Team members Niamh Briggs, Marie Louise Reilly and Nora Stapleton are all on tonight. Will they all break into a rendition of Streets of London though?

Snakes on a Plane (Sky One, 9pm)

It does exactly what it says on the tin. A plane, snakes, and Samuel L Jackson. If you’re going to be staying in, you might as well do it in style.

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Everyone’s talking about… Ryan Reynolds and Zayn Malik

Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds was on The Graham Norton Show last night. Zayn Malik was supposed to be on, but pulled out during the week.

Ryan handled it masterfully:

ryan Source: @TheZiamNews

By the way Zayn, cancelling on Graham is NOT cool.

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Or switch over for….

  • Other Voices (RTÉ 2, 10.45pm) Performances in Dingle by Glen Hansard and Little Simz
  • Labour Party Conference (RTÉ One, 8.30pm) Joan Burton will be live from Westmeath to address the country
  • Match of the Day (BBC 1, 10.30pm) Highlights from the day’s FA cup ties
  • The Real Marigold Hotel (BBC 2, 8.05) If you enjoyed that Marigold Hotel film with your mam, then you might enjoy these real life senior citizens going to India to retire

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