Catastrophe star Rob Delaney stopped by Ellen De Generes' show no less yesterday for a chat and was as funny and charming as you'd expect.
The actor/comedian talked to the host about the move to England with his kids and the British accents they are getting, as well as what it was like to work with the great Carrie Fisher, who filmed her scenes for the most recent series of the show just days before she passed away last December.
"She was amazing", he said. "It's unbelievable we got to have her on the show."
Going on to say: "She becomes progressively a larger part of the show because we just fell more in love of her and were less terrified to say anything stupid or unfunny around her, because we knew that that would happen anyway."
Watch the interview below:
If you fancy more of Rob Delaney, it seems he had a whistle stop tour of a few US chat shows yesterday, and also appeared on Jimmy Kimmel...