Celebrity chef Donal Skehan is delighted mimic Mario Rosenstock is making a laughing stock out of him.
Mario depicts Howth native Donal as an abusive and temperamental brat on his comedy sketch show.
But rather than take offense, Donal says he finds the impersonation hilarious and surprisingly accurate.
"I have seen it and I fell about the place laughing," he told the Herald.
"I think it's absolutely hysterical.
"I showed it to the crew I work with.
"And they thought the outtakes were far too realistic. They kept asking: 'How does he know you're like that?'"
And Donal says he's also impressed Mario managed to master his trademark hair do.
When he's not tuning into Mario's show, Donal is rushing around the country promoting his new cookery book Homecooked which is now on book shelves.
"It's fierce exciting and seems to be going down well," Donal said. "I think this was my favourite book to put together. There is the most of me in it. I'm about to start my Homecooked Tour, basically I travel around to theatres and talk through recipes."
Travelling across the countryside testing recipes is something Donal is well used to -- he recently returned from Italy where he was filming new show Grandma's Boy.
In the series, Donal meets a variety of "Nonnas" and tries out their dishes.