Interview interrupted by kids


#1

actually funny this

probably been a thread


#2

No, don’t think so, never seen it


#3

Oh my fucking word


#4

Man marries kid. A kid is the name of a baby goat. Thank you.


#5

strong work, jeremy


#6

it works on so many levels


#7

I said this wasn’t funny initially but I like it when the baby comes in of its own accord

Just sick of BBC wanking over it


#8

The older kid waltzing in flapping his/her arms is perfect


#9

funny how if you miss a piece of news for a day the whole world considers you a piece of human garbage now.


#10

Miss a piece of news for a day and you’re considered garbage by the world.
Miss a piece of news for two days and some other garbage is being considered by the world.


#11

Actually find that clip quite bleak.

A guy feels obliged to push his kids away on live telly and then apologise for their presence as if he’s embarrassed by them, when they just wanna play or whatever, cos he’s all about the rah rah rah to do with some old SERIOUS GROWN UP bullshit that has been elevated to a wholly undue level of relevance compared to giving his lovely kids the time of day.

Sad times. Could have popped the kid on his knee, styled it out, and carried on like a hero, nae bother.


#12

I mean yeah, that would be great but he just went in to ‘omg panic what do I do look calm’ mode which most people would.

Enjoyed the people trying to be right on about it and saying ‘think of the nanny cause she might lose her job!’ When actually they just outed themselves as massive racists because it’s his wife.


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#14

Probably just saw his career flashing infront of him and panicked.

Either way let’s not be miserable cunts and pretend this isn’t massively funny.


#15

the first time i saw this clip it was just the shot of the dad the whole time, whacking the kid, but then ^that one appeared a short while after, edited to cut to the news desk as he’s battering the kids. in an attempt to lighten it up i guess.

still funny, like.


#16

Or he could have been playing with his kids, agreed at the last minute to appear on the news to talk about his area of expertise, which could put him in a position to make his family’s life much more comfortable, then panicked when his kids ran in as he wanted to respond but was wearing a jacket, shirt and tie and a Barney outfit from the waste down?


#17

OR neither the wife nor kids are his and they’ve made a bid for freedom, heading for the study only to find him off his usual schedule because of the impromptu BBC interview, when he should have been in the back garden. Fortunately in the time he takes to finish the BBC chat, she’s gotten to a phone and successfully gotten word to the actual dad, Liam Neeson played by Idris Elba, who has the skills and remarkably wide-ranging acting potential to track down his lost family.

The only real tragedy is that this version is a leak without several special effects that will appear in the final edit: in June’s premiere you’ll see that both of the children are on fire and the mother is CGI Jude Law.


#18

:grinning: ^This reads like it belongs in that albatross killed with an ice knife thread. (Which I read top to bottom in a series of three very enjoyable sittings.)


#19

you notice a new thing about it every time you watch it


#20

She’s too rough and manic with them. Did not enjoy