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The Perils of Live TV

The BBC was interviewing Professor Robert Kelly of Pusan National University in Korea about the impeachment of former (as of today) South Korean President Park Geun-hye, when it became very clear that he was working from his home office.

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Will he be able to get a coherent thought out before Mom arrives? Did he have to stay seated because he's not wearing pants? So many questions, and none of them about the impeachment results. You can guarantee he will lock the door before his next Skype interview. -via reddit

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I love this. The slapstick is so funny, especially how that girl swaggers in.
Had something similar happen when we were doing an online Q and A with a filmmaker, but he ended up letting his daughter sit on his lap to keep her calm, and just carried on the interview.
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