It was just a few days ago when Professor Robert E. Kelly was talking to the BBC from South Korea, discussing the ouster of that country's president when a small child danced into the room interrupting the interview.
The BBC anchor took notice and alerted Kelly and as Kelly was trying to shoo the child away, a baby scooted into the room in a walker -- adding to the hilarious nature what was happening around him.
It was perfect comedic timing when a woman frantically dashed in to grab the kids; later crawling back to shut the door.
Kelly was able to finish the interview, despite the sounds of a screaming child in the background, but the event became a pop culture sensation.
So much so that it has crossed over to Star Wars, where in a galaxy far, far away an interview with Darth Vader was interrupted in similar manner.
Naturally, Princess Leia is soon to follow giving similar action and the aforementioned woman from the original situation, with Vader closing the door on his own behind her.
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