This little fella looks like Chris Farley’s character from SNL called Matt Foley. Judging from the background, he lives down by the river! He doesn’t look too happy about it, but why would he? Matt was always warning kids that if they didn’t shape up, they’d end up like him, living in a van, down by the river.
Honestly, we’re just glad he came back reincarnated as this little kid. He probably doesn’t know it yet, but he’s going to be a motivational speaker for churches and schools. If he plays his cards right, he could even get Adam Sandler and David Spade to stop making terrible movies.
Just One More Thing
With a fierce expression and his finger wagging like that, this baby is giving Columbo a run for his money, especially when he has one more thing to add, with his catchphrase being "Just one more thing...". Columbo was played by Peter Falk, most people will only remember him if they grew up in the 80s.
But for those who didn't, Columbo wasn't the typical detective whodunit TV show. On this show, viewers see the crime unfold at the beginning of most episodes, but the real mystery and fun for viewers is trying to spot the clues that will lead Lt. Columbo to discover the culprit and watch the tricks he uses to get a confession.
Identity Theft Is Not a Joke
We don't care what anyone says; we are 99% sure that this is Dwight Schrute. It's not just that his hair is parted in the middle or that his oversized glasses fit so well on his little nose; it's his mustard yellow shirt and striped tie that convinces us that this is the real Dwight Schrute!
He even has his identity card with his photo, so it must be the real Dwight Schrute! You wouldn't want to upset him, or he will report you to Michael, or even worse, he'll give you a demerit, which will eventually earn you a citation, and that could lead to a violation!
Harry Christopher Caray was a famous American radio and television sportscaster. He first gained prominence for his telecasts of Chicago Cubs baseball games during the 1980s and '90s. And this little guy looks just like him! From the oversized, thick-rimmed eyeglasses to his cheeky grin, it's uncanny how much they look alike.
Harry Caray became famous for his emphatic use of the expression “Holy cow” whenever he saw something that caught his attention on the field. Soon, he was a beloved figure throughout the United States. Caray would go on to broadcast more than 8,300 baseball games in his 53-year career.
Real Life Jack-Jack
When someone tells you your baby looks like Jack-Jack from "The Incredibles," you should definitely lean into it as this guy's parents did and decided to get him a costume to match the animated character. How can anyone not be excited to see how the little hero in training grows up?
He really does resemble Jack-Jack, the youngest in the Parr family. Jack-Jack might seem like just another typical baby. He laughs and giggles a lot, but he also has superpowers, just like the rest of his family. Jack-Jack even got his own mini-movie, a spin-off from the original, called "Jack-Jack Attack."