BSCC Presents: Babysitting the Kids From Mrs. Doubtfire

Can you babysit your own children? What if you're pretending to be someone else? Is it in any way creepy to disguise yourself as an elderly nanny and spy on your ex-wife? These are just a few of the nuanced and complex babysitting questions that are posed by the iconic 1993 babysitting film Mrs. Doubtfire, and as usual, the boys bring their sensitive and thoughtful insights to bear on this important cultural artifact in a way that is both thought-provoking and intelligible.

Music credits:

"Cute Commercial," by Luca Francini

"Sexy," by Light Sound

"An Epic Cinema," by Alex Bird

Thanks as always to original Baby Boy Scott Lamb for the intro music, and to Superbrat for the outro music.

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