Parody Of BBC Interview With Kids Shows How Women Would Deal With It

A parody video of Professor Robert E Kelly’s interrupted live BBC interview has shown how it would’ve been handled by the opposite sex.

A parody video of Professor Robert E Kelly’s interrupted live BBC interview has shown how it would’ve been handled by the opposite sex.

By now everyone and their grandmother has seen the viral video of Professor Kelly’s live interview on the BBC, which was unexpectedly interrupted by his two infant daughters.

If you haven’t, well we can only assume that you’ve been living under a rock for the past week. You can watch it here:

Naturally this viral moment has generated countless memes and parody videos, from Darth Vader and Arsene Wenger (will the Arsenal trolling ever stop?) to Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon.

And the latest from Australian comedy duo, Jono and Ben, shows how the situation would’ve been handled by a mother….

And the latest from Australian comedy duo, Jono and Ben, shows how the situation would’ve been handled by a mother….

The sketch points out that, unlike men, women are perfectly capable of multi-tasking without breaking a sweat.

The sketch points out that, unlike men, women are perfectly capable of multi-tasking without breaking a sweat.

The actress in the video demonstrates a perfect sequence of bottle feeding the first daughter and then distracting the second with a toy.

But it doesn’t stop there as she keeps the interview going while checking on a roast dinner, and finally diffusing a bomb.

But it doesn’t stop there as she keeps the interview going while checking on a roast dinner, and finally diffusing a bomb.

If we’re being honest, I get what the sketch is trying to achieve, I really do, however it just feels like it’s been made for cheap laughs yet it hardly draws a giggle.

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