“Did you understand it, though?” Pryor asks.
“No,” Kingston says.
The baby asks another question, and then Pryor replies.
“Oh no, no, not this one. This is the grand finale of this one,” he says.
Kingston babbles something that sounds like “this is the last one.”
“Yeah, that’s the last one,” Pryor agrees.
A little bit later, Kingston garbles something and his dad responds as naturally as can be.
“That’s exactly what I was thinking! ... We think a lot alike.”
And Kingston the chat with “bye, bye, bye.”
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"He is very animated," Pryor, 30, told TODAY Parents . "He takes after me."When Pryor is home in Clarksville, Tennessee, Kingston follows him around the house and does everything his father does. When working on a stand up bit, Pryor holds a microphone. If he puts the mic down, Kingston picks it up and does his own routine.
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"He is walking around and imitating the stand up and he goes 'he he he' at the end," Pryor explained. "It is so funny to him. He keeps doing that until other people laugh."
Dad chats with baby son about TV show in adorable video
The response has been overwhelmingly positive. When someone posted the video on Twitter there was a rare moment of social media harmony when everyone loved it.
“When the baby shook his head ... that’s when I knew they were in fact having a legit conversation,” one Twitter user wrote.
Another said:“This is the BEST baby. All other babies are cancelled.”
While someone noted that the two are watching commercials, most agreed that they admired the dad for encouraging his son to speak and for having a fun, open dialogue.
Make warm memories. Your children will probably not remember anything that you say to them, but they will recall the family rituals - like bedtimes and game night - that you do together.
“That’s right,” a Facebook user shared, “start the conversation bonding early.”
Another wrote: “That baby boy is gonna be as cute with as much personality as his sweet daddy. Precious!”
Pryor said he and Kingston chat so often that sometimes he forgets Kingston is a toddler.
"He doesn’t see himself as a baby. I don’t see him as a baby," he said.
While Pryor isn't surprised everyone loves Kingston, he feels a little pressure thanks to his gregarious son.
"We made a joke," he said. "I have been chasing this dream of making it as this famous actor and comedian for 16 years and Kingston’s walking around like 'Damn dad, it took you 16 years? It only took me one.'"