The late night host asked viewers to sneak up on their dads and shout "I love you" to their unsuspecting pops as part of his annual Father's Day YouTube challenge. "We've had a lot of very bad ideas". They would then scream "I love you!" at the poor dads as loud as they could, resulting in quite a many jump scare.
Kimmel said the show received hundreds of videos, and they compiled the best ones for a collection of hilarious moments (above). In years past, they have asked viewers to spray their dad with a hose, throw a pie in dad's face, serve him breakfast in the shower, etc.
"I was starting to think this might not work", explained Kimmel with a laugh. And if you didn't think dads were awesome before, these reactions were unbelievable.
One kid got a megaphone to surprise his father, who was resting on a reclining chair in his living room, but the response wasn't too positive: "I am gonna f-ing stick that thing so far up your a- that you're gonna taste it".
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