If you had logged on to Twitter around the time that Ray D'Arcy was interviewing man of the moment Dean Strang, you would have been forgiven for thinking that it was quite literally a total car crash of an interview.
However, one very important person is disagreeing with the general public's assessment of that interview and that person is Dean Strang himself.
Yep, while it seems that ninety per cent of the audience considered Ray's interview to be a bit of a bumbling mess, Dean Strang himself considered it quite brilliant.
"His interview far exceeded in depth and thoughtfulness of almost all of the national US media outlets," the successful layer told the Irish Sun.
"It simply is true – his interview was more serious and lengthy than most of those I have seen or in which I have participated in here."
Whether this means that American interviews are really terrible or that we were WAY too harsh on poor Ray, most importantly Dean thought the interview went swimmingly.
"Even with his more relaxed format, Mr D'Arcy was prepared. He treated me with great courtesy.
"Most importantly, he consciously tried to make the subject accessible to people who have not seen the film, which is most people.
"That seemed to me a quite defensible choice for someone who hosts a nationwide, popular chat show.
"Even if they had not heard of Netflix, he wanted to include all of his viewers so that they might get something from the interview."
While we reckon one of the main reasons the host got such a backlash was because a lot of people tuning in specifically HAD seen the popular series, we can totally see Dean's point of view (which we guess is his job).
And we may have to give Ray a major thank you because it sounds like our favourite public defender will most definitely return to Ireland after his positive stint in the country.
"I cannot wait to return to Ireland and happily will buy Mr D'Arcy and his producers a pint or two if they allow me do that.
"They were bright, interesting people. Anyway, I hope that folks can give the bickering a rest. You've a lovely country."
Whatever your thoughts on the interview, can you cope with what a lovely, thoughtful and articulate man Dean Strang is?
The infatuation grows….