Part of the beauty of live television is that anything can happen, and when you toss kids into the mix, the already unpredictable medium can reach hysterical new heights. Just ask Robert Kelly. Kelly is an associate professor of Political Science at Pusan National University and was brought on to BBC to discuss recent political events in South Korea — every toddler’s favorite topic. But partway through the interview, Kelly discovered that next time he has a network interview, he might want to leave the house.
The American-born professor, who now lives in South Korea, was debating the removal of the country’s President, Park Geun-hye, when his young daughter burst into the room dancing to the sweet sounds of dad being a little busy at the moment….