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Friends’ David Schwimmer admits ‘bats**t cast’ caused chaos while filming new comedy Intelligence

'DELIRIOUS'

DAVID Schwimmer has admitted that while filming his new spoof drama Intelligence, he and his co-stars proved to be quite the handful.
The actor has been a huge name in comedy ever since shooting to fame on iconic sitcom Friends and he’ll be returning to screens this evening for the latest episode of the new Sky show.

Schwimmer and co-star Nick Mohammed opened up about some of their on-set antics, which no doubt left the production team exasperated.
Recounting one particularly wild day, he said: ‘’Honestly, it went on for two hours and we couldn’t get through the lines.
“I was destabilizing the whole thing by laughing… We were bats**t’’.
Nick Mohammed, who plays Joseph Harris in the show, added to The Express: “We were all delirious’’.
Nick’s character is a computer analyst who stars alongside Schwimmer as a series regular.

Nick created and wrote the series for Sky One and the pair had talked about having caused issues for the director.
The duo said that director, Matt Lipsey was given a hard time by the cast members as David stated: ‘’We definitely had moments where we couldn’t stop laughing and it became problematic for our director, Matt. In particular one day, the hottest day of the year’’.
As seen in the trailer, David’s character displays a massive ego, in contrast to Commander-in-Chief Christine Clark, who is played by Syvestra Le Touzel.

Schwimmer plays Jerry Bernstein, a recent hire of GCHQ, who has formed a new cyber-crimes unit.
GCHQ tackles international and domestic cyber-crime, including fraud, hacking and even terrorism.
The workplace comedy is set in Cheltenham and proved that not every aspect of counter-terrorism is cutting edge and exciting - there’s a whole lotta admin too.

Schwimmer’s return to comedy comes after his distinctly more serious performance as Robert Kardashian in The People vs. OJ Simpson.
Intelligence airs on Sky One on February 21 at 9pm.

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