In the latest episode of the popular talk show, Alan Carr: Chatty Man, Martin Freeman found himself in a hilarious and confusing situation. The show started off with lively music and applause as Alan Carr welcomed his audience.

Alan wasted no time in cracking jokes about the recent news, including the sacking of David Moyes as the manager of Manchester United. He compared it to embarrassing moments, like when Tz Ari got his bow bag waxed by Rusty and a celebrity superstar.

The conversation then shifted to Britain’s Got Talent, with Alan questioning if Martin watched the show. He asked about the bomb singer from Romania who was put through on his Golden Buzzer.

Next, Alan brought up Darcy, the magician who made birds appear. Alan humorously questioned if that was real magic or just someone walking outside and opening a sandwich in London. He joked about making a nest out of Quavers and a child throwing knives at Simon.

But the most amusing topic was Jay-Z and Beyonce’s decision not to attend Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s wedding. Alan playfully warned Jay-Z to be careful lending his yacht to Kanye for their honeymoon, joking that the Kardashians have a history of not returning borrowed items.

After the lighthearted banter, Alan introduced his first guest of the night, Martin Freeman. The audience erupted in applause as the Sherlock star took the stage.

During the interview, Alan couldn’t help but mention Martin losing followers on Twitter after he mentioned living with his boyfriend. Martin brushed it off, jokingly saying he forgave Alan for inadvertently outing him on national television.

The conversation moved on to Martin’s recent documentary where he explored the harmful “cures” for homosexuality. Martin shared his experiences of being abused by people who claimed to be able to “cure” homosexuality. He expressed his empathy for those struggling with their identity and the damage these false treatments can cause.

Alan transitioned to Martin’s role on the TV show Fargo, based on the Coen brothers’ film. Martin played an insurance salesman named Lester Nygaard who does something very bad. Alan commented on Martin’s hair in the show, joking that even though it wasn’t the best wig, it added to the character’s “innocent” appearance.

The discussion also touched on Martin’s accent for the show, explaining that it’s influenced by Scandinavian immigration in that part of America. Martin worked hard to perfect the accent and hoped he portrayed it accurately.

The episode was filled with laughter and witty banter, showcasing the charm and humor of both Alan Carr and Martin Freeman. Viewers were engaged and entertained throughout the entire show, eagerly hoping for more episodes of Alan Carr: Chatty Man in the future.