Middle School Kid Ruins the News AGAIN!

Middle School Kid Ruins the News AGAIN!


♪♪
– Welcome back.
Coming up, has your dog
been applying to college?
Find out if this
disturbing social media trend
among American pets is leaving
you with a tuition bill.
– But first, we’re headed over
to Roger Jennings,
who is coming to us live
from the Middlebury
County Science Fair.
Roger, sounds like quite the
hustle and bustle over there.
– It sure is, Chuck.
I am here at the
Middlebury County Science Fair
where the brightest young minds
from across the state
have congregated.
The competition is fierce
and I’ve gotta tell ya,
Chuck and Dana,
I am very impressed.
– [high-pitched] Hello.
– He’s right behind me,
isn’t he?
Everyone, it looks like
we found our old friend, David.
– It’s David Wayne Starr
with a double r.
Although sometimes
the kids at school
call me something else,
but I can’t say it on television
without your station being
fined.
But I can whisper it
in your ear.
– No, that’s okay.
-[whispering]
Jaba-bo-batta-bo-too.
– I see you still like
Star Wars, David.
– I love Star Wars!
Thomas Pope Joyce said
The Last Jedi was garbage,
but I disagree.
I thought it really changed up
the universe,
and I really appreciate
the nuanced approach
of writer/director
Ryan Johnson.
– How old are you now, David?
– I’m 14.
– Wow, your voice
hasn’t changed.
– That’s okay, my teacher
said a few years ago,
everyone was all about change,
but now they just want
to make things great again.
– Okay, well we’re gonna go look
at some of the experiments, so.
– Hey, do you want to do a
science experiment right now?
– Sure, okay.
[silence]
Is this the experiment?
– Yeah, you didn’t do too well,
most people talk sooner,
you might have
a social disorder.
– You think I have
a social disorder?
– Oh,
it’s nothing to be ashamed of,
it’s like my dad always says,
“I’m not ashamed of you,
but can you walk 30 feet
behind me
and not call me dad in public?”
He’s not into labels.
– Okay, David,
well we’re gonna go look at some
of the projects, now.
Um, this one looks pretty cool.
I wonder who this one
belongs to?
I’m just wonder–
– It’s mine.
– Oh, great.
Give me strength.
Um, tell us about
the experiment, David.
– Oh, um, uh, I used
the scientific method
to gather information
and data to determine
which child has the most favor
in my parents’ eyes.
– What were the results, David?
– I came in third.
– Oh, that’s not too bad,
that’s a bronze.
How many siblings do you have?
– One.
– Okay.
– But, but we have a dog,
he was polling ahead of me.
– I see.
– Well, you know what they say,
you can’t trust the polls.
Or science.
– Is that what they say?
I’m sure your parents are
very proud of you, David.
– Yeah, they say
they wish they could be,
but pride is a sin.
– I feel like maybe you need
a hug or something?
– Mr. Jennings,
don’t make this weird.
– Right.
[clears throat]
– And besides,
it doesn’t matter,
if I keep basing my worth
on external validation,
I might never find it,
but as long as I keep trying
hard and always do my best,
well, that’s all I can do,
and no one can take
that away from me.
– Wow, that was surprisingly
inspiring.
– I’m full of surprises,
unlike that basic
Thomas Pope Joyce.
– What’d you say about me?
– I didn’t say anything.
Get him away from me.
You scrony dopod, sleemo.
– Okay.
Any parting last words, David?
– Yeah, if you want to be your
parents second favorite child,
you have to kill your dog.
– Okay, nope [indistinct].
[cheering]
– Thanks everyone
for watching this sketch.
David, what should
these people do next?
– I think everyone should
like, subscribe, comment,
and share.
– Yeah, anything else, David?
– There’s a 50% off sale
on Tommy Hilfiger shirts
at Herberger’s
in the Aberdeen Mall.
– Okay, uh, thank you?

100 thoughts to “Middle School Kid Ruins the News AGAIN!”

  1. My grandpa was sitting right next to me and he thought that this was the real news and he thought that dogs were actually applying to college🤣

  2. Video suggestion: a person opens an umbrella and another person says "that's bad luck". And then a monster comes or bad luck starts to happen.

  3. David: IF YOU WANNA BE YOUR PARENTS SECOND FAVORITE CHILD YOU HAVE TO KILL YOUR DOG!

    Me: Um….thats nice….

  4. “But I can’t say it on television without your station being fined”
    😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣😂🤣🤣😂😂😂😂😂😂🤣😂😂🤣🤣🤣

  5. That's an impressive moustache for a 14 year-old! 😂 Also, no one kill the family dog! Bad advice! 🤣😉

  6. Is your dog applying for college? Find out if this disturbing social media trend is leaving you with a tuition bill.
    I died. I wasn’t eating but if I was I would have choked
    Also in the back “ meal worms on drugs “

  7. "If you want to be your parent second favorite child, you have to kill your dog." I had to keep watching over and over again. 3:43

  8. After watching this video for 3 minutes, I finally realized
    “Wait the kid has a thick mustache😂” tbh it adds to the character

  9. "My teacher said: A few years ago everyone was all about change but now they just want to make things great again." I love it. XD

  10. It took me til the end to wonder why a 14-year-old kid has that much of a 'stache. He's so believable as this character, I just don't notice.

  11. You could've made it funnier if the reporter moved to the next experiment area and said he wonders who this one belongs to and the kid said it's his.

  12. " if you want to be your parents second favorite child you gotta kill your dog" that part made me and my family laugh so hard

  13. That video was really funny when ever I'm really sad I watch these videos and it really brightens my mood.

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