I did watch most of this but I scratched my head a bit. The character seems to be sad about working from home. I do appreciate that some may feel isolated, but it isn’t the full picture. Personally, I love it. My mental health is vastly improved after two months working from home, and I’ll probably need trauma counselling to adapt to being back in the office, whenever that will be. What’s not to like? No travel or traffic jams, you’re on your own territory, and no noisy or hot office! It’s been the best two months of my working life.
I did feel a bit sorry for the character in that (silly, as it’s a piece of plastic!) but I suppose it reflected how lonely they must have been before it. If going to work was so great, they clearly didn’t have much else going on.
I didn’t watch the ending though, so if something changed then I’m not aware. I left it partway through the instrumental when he clearly wasn’t too happy about working from home.
I guess this gave the dad and his kids something creative to do while at home, and they must be a fan of the song.
The video has been taken down by Universal due to copyright infringement, but keeps re-emerging. However well meaning it was, it is a reminder that there are laws against using an artist's work without obtaining permission first.