Small Talk is “Kids Say the Darndest Things” for a New Generation

Tue, May 11, 2010

Frisky Misc

Remember Bill Cosby’s Kids Say the Darndest Things? According to Media Bistro, it’s being reborn thanks to mega-producer Ryan Seacrest and YouTube.

Here, the contest is called Small Talk, and it is being sponsored by Toyota, providing for a list of car-related questions (“How much does a car cost,” or “Who’s a better driver, mommy or daddy?” as examples) that parents are to ask their children, on camera of course, with the funniest or most charming answers being submitted to YouTube for consideration in the contest, via the Small Talk Channel.

What do the winners receive? How does $10,000 sound? Probably pretty good, if you’re anything like me. You’ve got six weeks to enter your videos in the contest (June 20 is the cutoff date) with videos being required to be two minutes or less in length. Then it will be up to YouTube viewers to choose from 10 finalists to determine the grand prize winner.

For the full rundown of the contest’s rules, or to start submitting your own videos, head over to the Small Talk Channel on YouTube.

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