BBC Dad returned to our TV screens with his family this week.
Political scientist Robert Kelly and his wife Kim Jung-a went viral back in 2017 after their kids Marion and James crashed his serious BBC interview.
The latest BBC World News interview saw the children sit quietly on their parents’ knees. They appeared to get more and more restless throughout the segment, eventually interrupting proceedings towards the end of the clip.
Kelly and his other half were discussing social distancing in South Korea amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
Jung-a spoke about family life in Busan and how she’s been taking the kids to the playground, making sure they’re away from other people, as well as trying to go and see the flowers and trees.
All in all, Kelly said South Korea had been dealing with things well.
Viewers thought BBC Dad was just what they needed to see during this tough time.
See some of the reaction below.