Room to Improve is back and better than ever with Ireland's favourite architect, Dermot Bannon, creating diverse and beautiful homes, pushing budgets to their limits, installing glass windows like nobody's business, and inspiring some of the country's funniest tweets.

David and Nessa
On last night's episode, we met David and Nessa Conlon, a couple who bought a 1990s split level detached bungalow with plans to move in with their twin boys, aged 11, and 7-year-old daughter.

With a budget of just over 220k, Dermot was faced with a huge challenge as the house was basically a series of staggered terraces making their way up the site. Our hero architect presented a design that saw the house open up with a raised pavilion at the rear, some concreté in the kitchen and a pergola in the garden - all of which would cost just a little more than the couple had planned on spending.

Next, it was time to tackle the garden - a task so momentous that Dermot had to call in back up. Audiences were delighted to see garden supremo Diarmuid Gavin walk onto the scene to take on one of the most challenging gardens to date.

But did it all go to plan? If you missed last night's episode, you can catch up on RTÉ Player now.

The tweets
We love Dermot, we love Diarmuid, we love strong-willed homeowners and we love the show's brand new quantity surveyors. Most of all though, we love reading your reactions on Twitter.

From fashion commentary and concrété appreciation to wishing for a Francis Brennan cameo, here are some of the funniest tweets from last night's Room to Improve.

Get a grip

Utter lunacy

Budget? What budget?

The thrill of it all

Sunday Funday

Brennan, Gavin & Bannon

Will Bosco make an appearance?

Self-explanatory

So much room for activities

DERMOT

Concrété

So fetch.

A pergola, is it?

Good man yourself