Kimmel asks kids to literally ‘hop on pop’ for Father’s Day
When Jimmy Kimmel asks you to do something, you do it.
Famous for his “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets About Themselves” and “Tell Your Kid You Ate All Their Halloween Candy” segments, Kimmel tackled Father’s Day this year.
And by tackled, I mean tackled.
In 1963, Dr. Seuss wrote the delightful rhyming book “Hop on Pop.” In 2014, Kimmel thought it would be hilarious for children of all ages to actually enact it.
I think it goes without saying that if you literally “hop on pop”…then dad gets mad.