On 9 September 1994 Dermot Morgan joined Gay Byrne on the first of the new series of the Late Late Show after the summer break.

In Late Late Show tradition, they look over some of the prominent news stories of the summer months when the Late Late Show is off air, with a humorous slant from Dermot Morgan.

They discuss the peace process, Cuba, the Beef Tribunal, and The World Cup. Dermot Morgan's unique review of these events includes impressions of Charles Haughey, Albert Reynolds and Eamon Dunphy.