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When it comes to the art of conversation, this toddler is a natural.

The internet gods bestowed to us a gift in the form of a video in which a father carries on a legit discourse with his infant son while watching TV.


It may sound like baby babble but as far as the dad is concerned, his inquisitive son is commenting on what unexpected turns the season finale of their mystery show might take.


People swooned over father and son reviewing their entertainment program from the couch.

The adorable exchange might have incited a baby boom.



The star of the show is baby Kingston of Clarksville, TN, whose parents are Deztin and Shanieke Pryor.

Shanieke originally posted the clip to her Facebook page where it racked up around 46 million views. Even a ripped version on Twitter posted by Devin Johnson received over three million likes.

At one point, baby Kingston really gets into the program and starts pointing at the screen.

"That's what I was wondering! I don't know what they're gonna do next season," exclaimed daddy Deztin.

The son nods in agreement to acknowledge they're both on the same page.

Then, a perplexed Kingston raises his arms in defeat, and dad responds:

"Right, that's why I'm saying! Don't bring that in, you know what I'm saying? Go somewhere else with that."

This is a full blown convo between passionate dudes.

Another user humorously drew a comparison to chatty significant others:

Just because baby talk sounds like gibberish doesn't mean they don't have anything to say.




Props were given to the willing participant for being a great parent.



People can't get enough of the adorable video that warrants repeated viewings.



Towards the end of the video, Deztin agrees with his son's blabbering thoughts on the program's conclusion.

"Really? I thought the same thing. We think a lot alike, huh?"

Just another day at home with the Pryor's. And we're loving it!

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