If you haven't seen the now infamous moment when a BBC correspondent's interview was interrupted on live TV by his children, then you've missed out on one of the TV highlights of the year.American Gods episode 1 review: A surreal trip stuffed with promiseBut now Marion and James, Parka Jackets the children of Professor Robert E Kelly - who found himself in that very awkward situation while trying to conduct a serious chat about South Korea - are in the spotlight all over again after inspiring an animated TV show.
So this is seriously cute And it's seriously cute, as the kids set off for North Africa with their dad and end up helping him track down a gold thief - leading them to suggest that 'Dad's gonna have to take us everywhere now'.The film was made by New Yorkers Lauren Martin and Jarryd Mandy, who were inspired to make the pilot show after watching the original clip 'upwards of a hundred times'.They're hoping that they might even Lauren Ralph Lauren PAM rose smoke Across body bag get picked up by a network to make a full series - but for now they've at least scored Kelly's seal of Marc O'Polo faded rose Blazer approval after he posted the clip to his Twitter page and joked: 'I look suitably dorky'.
I look suitably dorky.— Robert E Kelly (@Robert_E_Kelly) April 18, 2017The original clip, which went viral soon after it aired, saw Kelly speaking live from Busan about the impeachment of the South Korean president - only for four-year-old Marion to come bounding into the room, followed by her nine-month-old brother in a walker.
He was seen trying to palm them away before they were removed from the room by their mother Jung-a Kim - with their grandmother Ellen Kelly later suggesting the youngsters might have mistaken his interview for one of their Skype calls.'The kids probably heard voices coming from the computer and assumed it was us. It was just hilarious'.