Take a number and be seated, it’s going to take a while.
A new YouTube video short from “Oh My Disney” depicts real sloths taking over a bustling DMV — released in honor of International Sloth Day.
Yes, there is such a thing. And yes, it is Oct. 20.
Inspiration for the video, of course, comes from Disney’s Oscar-winning animated film, “Zootopia,” directed by Byron Howard and Rich Moore, and featuring the spot-on voice work from Jason Bateman and Ginnifer Goodwin.
In the actual film, Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) has only 48 hours to crack her first case, so she turns to scam-artist fox Nick Wilde (Jason Bateman) for help. Their investigation takes them to the local DMV (Department of Mammal Vehicles), which is staffed entirely by sloths.
The new video finds several young customers giggling and pointing out neat quirks about the sloths — which struggle with paperwork and pressing the button to take driver’s license photos.
When one younger child tells his dad, “I think it’s a sloth,” the dad responds, “What’s a sloth?”
“How does he have a computer? How does he use the cup?” the same youngster asks, befuddled.
“Do you have a supervisor?” one customer asks.
Human DMV-goers are shocked to find themselves being assisted by slow-moving sloths in an “Oh My Disney” clip, which was inspired by Disney’s Oscar-winning feature “Zootopia.”
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“Whenever you get a chance, just make this update,” one tells the sloth, eyeing paperwork that will never be completed.
“He looked like he was scratching his butt,” an amused young customer announces.
The video then springs into serious customer confusion as the sloths attempt to take license photos.
Near the end, the sloths take their allotted breaks.
A sign reads, “Break Time! Attendant Will Return At:” However, the paper’s just covered in scrawls.
In the closing seconds, the sloths use their “interspecies bathroom” and munch on some grub in the break room.
The “Oh My Disney” videos essentially put real-life Disney scenarios to the test. An additional short follows Dug from the film “Up” (see below).