The accidental antics of 'BBC Dad' and his adorable family have entertained us all week. First, when they went viral, then when they did their first interview together (intentionally) and at their press conference where young Marion, aged just 4, owned it like a boss.
Now we're laughing out loud at this awesome parody by New Zealand TV hosts Jono and Ben, featuring a working mum doing an interview on South Korean politics, caring for kids, ironing shirts, cleaning toilets, defusing bombs and even finding her partner's sock.
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