Two-time Olympian Johnny Weir popped in at designer Chris Benz's New York City apartment on Saturday's episode of cabler HGTV's My Favorite Place.

The 28-year-old designer who interned with Marc Jacobs and worked at J. Crew before launching his own collection in 2007 showed off his 1,200 square foot, 1 bedroom Manhattan apartment on the episode.

“There's a lot of the same themes between what I do in fashion and also for my home in terms of color and proportion and kind of this playful eccentricity which is a common thread throughout all of my collections, as well,” Benz said.

The episode also included a surprise visit from Weir, whom Benz called “a staple of the apartment.”

“You're almost like a China doll tchotchke for this apartment,” Benz said.

“Well, that's what I try to be everywhere,” Weir replied.

“I know,” Benz said.

When asked about the apartment, Weir said: “The thing about your house that I love is that whenever anyone comes over you feel right at home. You have your tchotchkes and your priceless artworks and everything. But you come over and you feel, Oh, I can sit down here. I can run around here. Tara [Modlin] can fall down over there.”

“I mean, that's what's cool about it,” he added.

The second season of Be Good Johnny Weir is set to air later this year on all-gay cabler Logo.