Tom Cruise's couch jumping days are over.
The actor, 45, filmed the second-part of his Oprah Winfrey interview in her Chicago studio Thursday, the Associated Press reports.
"He was really calm and collected," said Diane Andonovski of Toronto, Canada.
During show breaks, Cruise even talked to audience members and seemed "so sweet and so sincere," Sally Maddy of Duluth, Minn., said. "He's even cuter in person."
Cruise was joined by immediate and extended family members, including wife Katie Holmes and their daughter Suri, who just turned 2, audience member Jenny Hume of England said.
He appeared on the show in honor of the 25th anniversary of his break-out film Risky Business. His friends and colleagues — including David and Victoria Beckham, Dustin Hoffman and Will Smith and Jada Pinkett — also appear on the show.
Part one of Winfrey's interview — taped from his family's home in Telluride, Colo. — airs Friday afternoon.
He is expected to open up about whether he thinks he has come under attack unnecessarily and how he has been accepted by his Holmes' family, as well as his infamous Matt Lauer interview.