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This Man’s ‘Serious’ BBC Interview Is The Most Hilarious TV Moment Ever

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This Man’s ‘Serious’ BBC Interview Is The Most Hilarious TV Moment Ever

This BBC interview-turned viral video might be the best lesson in “how to keep a straight face” in the most hilarious situation ever.

In the clip below, a very serious South Korean expert appears on BBC World News via webcam to discuss the impeachment of South Korea’s President Park Geun-hye.

But just when he’s deep into a convoluted analysis on the meaning of democracy in the face of scandals, the impossible happens.

First, his daughter bursts in and starts dancing:

“I think one of your children just walked in,” says the presenter in studio, visibly amused.

The expert in question, political scientist Robert E. Kelly, attempts to send his daughter away, without success.

Then, another, smaller child in the walker steps in:

At that point, a shouting woman dashes into the room at high velocity, grabs both children, opens the door and exits the room (not without some troubles).

Then closes the door.

Just watch it:

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