On a recent episode of “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” the conversation took an unexpected turn when the topic of conversation went from historical figures to Jesus being the original bro. As James Corden and Reggie Watts engaged in a lively chat, the conversation turned to who they would portray if given the chance to embody a famous historical figure. Reggie jokingly suggested portraying a “browed-out Jesus,” to which James responded that Jesus was already pretty “broed out.” The discussion revolved around how Jesus was always calm and collected, turning water into wine and multiplying loaves and fishes to feed the masses.

James humorously pointed out that Jesus always had his “bros” with him, referring to his disciples. He likened them to the original entourage, but instead of being about fame and fortune, they followed Jesus on his spiritual journey. The banter continued, with James and Reggie jokingly imagining what it would be like to be part of Jesus’ crew, reminiscing about his birth in a humble barn and the arrival of the three kings. They playfully concluded that Jesus was the original chill bro, although he never mentioned his encounters with royalty.

The conversation then shifted to other historical figures they would love to portray. Reggie mentioned his resemblance to Nikola Tesla, and James agreed that he could see Reggie in that role. James, on the other hand, expressed his desire to be involved in a production about Henry VIII, joking about donning tights for the part. The humorous exchange between the two showcased their relaxed and playful dynamic.

After the lighthearted discussion on historical figures, James Corden transitioned to current news topics. He touched on the recent decision by the four largest airlines in the United States to drop the mask requirements for domestic flights following a judge striking down the federal mask mandate for travel. James expressed his frustration at still having to wear masks on the show, jokingly imitating a disgruntled persona and emphasizing how ridiculous it made him look. The comedic segment ended with James introducing the latest news stories, including French President Emmanuel Macron’s unconventional campaign photographs and a survey that ranked Scottish people as the world’s best lovers.

The entertaining episode of “The Late Late Show with James Corden” also featured discussions about the world’s longest glass bridge in Vietnam, a potential catastrophe, and a unique dog menu introduced by a UK restaurant. The light-hearted banter and playful exchanges between James Corden and Reggie Watts made for an engaging and entertaining segment on the talk show.