It seems like it's now a thing for kids to crash their parents' live TV interviews. The latest victim is professor of film history Daniel Smith-Rowsey, who was chatting live via Skype to Al Jazeera about the Golden Globe Awards when his 5-year-old son wandered into the room.
Host Sohail Rahman invited the kid to stick around and it wound up making for some great television since the boy spent his time in the spotlight running his toy car over his dad's body and playing peek-a-boo.
You'll remember last year, professor Robert Kelly made headlines when his kids barged into the room during his live report for BBC News.
Parents - if you're going to go on TV from your home, maybe it's best to lock the door before you're on air.