Kids do the darndest things, especially when it involves something really, really important.
Just ask Robert Kelly, a political science professor in South Korea.
He was doing a live television interview with the BBC to discuss the impeachment of South Korean President Park Geun-hye - when his two children stole the show.
First, the door to his home office opens, then in dances Kelly's daughter.
"I think one of your children just walked in," the anchor alerts Kelly as the child makes her way up to her dad's desk.
Within seconds, a baby in a walker comes into the office, followed by a woman making a mad dash for the children.
"Pardon me. My apologies," Kelly responds with a chuckle.
The woman, whom we're told is Kelly's wife, herds the children out of the office. Then, in an attempt to be unseen, she reaches up and closes the door.
The video has gone viral.