While he was brought on the show to discuss the forced removal of the head of Poland's Supreme Court, viewers around the world are talking about a completely different subject.
A Polish historian, Jerzy Targalski, was giving an interview with the Dutch news show Nieuwsuur and during the interview, his cat was feeling very needy. Targlaski didn't miss a beat. So in the spirit of the now-grand tradition of beloved small creatures crashing live TV interviews, please (fancy) feast your eyes on this featured video. During the talk, Targlaski looks nearly unfazed by the cat on his shoulders. Targalski seemed to take no notice until the cat's tail blocked his vision. He doesn't knock the cat down, he merely holds the tail so it doesn't keep covering his face. And as Polish historian Jerzy Targalski learned recently, even a TV interview won't stop cats from climbing whatever and whomever they please. The program got another scene with the scientist and his cat: in one moment Targalski reading a book at the same time stroking the pet.