Kids Crash Live Interview for Funniest Thing Ever on the BBC
I grew up as a giant fan of British humor which I would watch on PBS but which were originally aired on the BBC. I was obsessed with Monty Python, Benny Hill, The Goodies and Fawlty Towers. As funny as all those shows were, I think this clip from a news interview might be the funniest thing I've ever seen on the British Broadcasting Corporation.
An American professor is being interviewed about the recent political upheaval in South Korea. He's doing it from his home office and it looks like he might be using Skype or something similar. Then a toddler saunters into the room. I mean SAUNTERS. Then an even smaller child comes in using a walker and creating an even bigger ruckus. Then (and this is where the tears really started rolling down my face) a woman, possibly a wife or nanny, CAREENS into the room KRAMER-STYLE! She grabs up the kids and drags them, screaming, out of the room.
The best thing about this video is that the comedic timing of everything going on is absolutely perfect. It's the kind of thing that talented actors rehearse for hours to get down pat.