OK, this is both funny and terrifying to watch. Still, I want to point out that — you know all of those “running with a camera” movies that are do popular these days where we the audience can see what the runner sees as they are running because (for some reason) they are running while looking through the camera lens rather than normally? Well, there is a point in this clip where we get to see what “running with a camera” actually looks like.
There is an old gag that goes something like this: Two art directors are talking and the first one says, “How many art directors does it take to screw in a light bulb?” The second one responds “Does it have to be a light bulb?” The joke works because art directors are historically “artsy” about whatever project on which they are working. Well, they simply don’t hold a candle to folks who can’t name all all of the primary colors or draw a straight line with a ruler who hire art directors to produce projects for them.