New BBC Parody Videos Are The Internet We Need Right Now
A break from political drama with some hilarious family drama
This parody of the BBC interview > 😂😂😂😂 https://t.co/LnHCYwN7MQ— philip lewis (@philip lewis) 1489241692.0
One fantastically predictable outcome of one of the internet’s most unpredictable videos is the surge in brilliant parodies and memes. The viral-of-all-viral videos of an unsuspecting father getting videobombed by his young kids during a BBC interview is a Family Circus cartoon for the ages. With viraldom also comes the backlash—including the widely shared, spontaneous racial bias of assuming the woman in the video was the family nanny and not his wife.
We’ll let this brilliant entry (above), created by comedian Kevin Fredericks, into the next wave of clever and heartwarming parodies of absurd family drama gives us some great, if temporary, relief from absurd politics.
And here, the original.