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How a woman would handle the ‘BBC dad’s’ awkward situation, according to this Kiwi parody

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How a woman would handle the ‘BBC dad’s’ awkward situation, according to this Kiwi parody

EVERYONE by now has seen that BBC interview where a professor was hilariously interrupted by his kids on live TV. But what if it happened to a mother?

Robert E. Kelly became a viral sensation after what was meant to be a serious interview about South Korea went received some unexpected guests, with the video racking up nearly 22 million views on YouTube.

A Kiwi spoof of the hilarious BBC interview has gone viral.

New Zealand comedy show Jono and Ben have made a spoof version, showing how a mother might handle the same situation.

In between answering a question on South Korea, the mum, played by Kate Wordsworth, bottle-feeds her daughter, entertains her other baby with a toy, prepares dinner, defuses a bomb, cleans a toilet, irons a shirt and attempts to help her husband find his missing sock.

So in other words, her multi-tasking game is strong.
The video has received over 33 million views on Facebook
And in case you didn’t see the original, here it is again for your viewing pleasure:

source http://www.news.com.au/technology/online/social/how-a-woman-would-handle-the-bbc-dads-awkward-situation-according-to-this-kiwi-parody/news-story/8a2846ec5b862138f2294c821afdc18f

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