Are Kid ‘n Play getting any royalties from this at all? Sadly doubt it, but those merry pranksters from Jump Off TV along with Teef Online have returned with another U.K.-based effort to promote a show called House Party. This time, our protagonist, now with lady friend in town, has moved the shenanigans from an IKEA to a Sony Store. Under the guise of wanting to test out sound systems for a New Year’s party, the mischievous music-lover, just like in IKEA, manages to get customers eventually busting moves while frustrating staffers in the process. This latest lightning-quick, in-store soiree feels actually more “impromptu” than the last, though the luster has been slightly lost. Still, we wouldn’t mind if this actually went down, staged or not, at a big box store on our shores.
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