This past weekend was the one year anniversary of this viral moment:
Yes, it was the interruption seen round the world when North Korea expert Robert Kelly’s (aka BBC Dad) live interview with the BBC went off the tracks in the best possible way when his children–including charismatic daughter Marion–barged in.
At least one person noticed that in a recent interview, Kelly was clearly making an effort to make sure such an interruption would not occur again:
He’s moved his webcam so it no longer faces the door 🚪 👧🏻👦🏻 pic.twitter.com/LKsQvGBGAD
— Ross Kempsell (@rosskempsell) March 9, 2018
But…wait! In a twist that no one
gives a fuck about saw coming, Kelly himself responded to say that this was not the case at all:
This has been re-tweeted 1200 times, so I guess I should say this was only bc I am traveling and had to use a laptop. Once I’m home, it will be the same set-up as always. https://t.co/6bjc1wFT5O
— Robert E Kelly (@Robert_E_Kelly) March 11, 2018
That’s right–BBC dad isn’t going to change a damn thing when it comes to the set-up for his live interviews so if young Marion decides to saunter in again like the boss she is, so be it because that’s the way it should be.