Mom's parody of the BBC dad interview is just as funny as the real thing

Over the weekend, Robert E. Kelly and his family shot to internet stardom when his two young children hilariously crashed his interview with BBC.

The internet ignited as the video went viral. People couldn't keep it together after seeing the professor's kids nonchalantly make their debuts on national television. But one comedian group took the video to the next level by replacing Kelly with a working mom.

The satirical news duo Jono and Ben posted the parody to their Facebook, where the video has been viewed more than 16 million times.

The mom is seen cooking dinner, cleaning the toilet and entertaining her kids -- all while maintaining her composure during a very serious interview. They captioned the video "Shout out to all the working women out there defusing bombs on a regular basis!".

We'd say it's just as funny as the original!

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