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Friday, 28 April 2017

Kids who famously crashed their dad's BBC interview now have their own cartoon series

Remember the kids who burst in during their dad's BBC interview?

They've now got their own cartoon series.

A new animated series inspired by Marion and James Kelly, the two kids who interrupted their father Robert Kelly's television interview has been produced by Hans House Productions.

The kids are named Mina and Jack in the series, but they've retained the same outfits that went viral with them.

The Adventures of Mina and Jack sees the duo following their father around the world helping their dad "out of various jams" and solving crimes.

Robert Kelly tweeted earlier last week that he looked "suitably dorky" in the video.

The show was created by a New York couple, Lauren Martin and Jarryd Mandy, who decided to create the animation after watching the original viral video "upwards of a hundred times."

And just in case you've forgotten what took place in the original video, or just need an excuse to watch it again:


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