0:01 The video begins by showing a middle-aged African-American man. He reaches down to turn up the volume on a fairly large boombox. The boombox is entirely gray and without label, so we can presume the boombox will not be the subject of the video. It appears to be the sort of speaker you would use when throwing a large party, not just for listening by yourself. The image takes place against a textured interior home wall.
0:02 A pair of African-American hands, presumably the hands of the same man, begin dumping ice cubes into a steel bucket, the kind that usually holds ice to place in alcoholic beverages. The man’s hands appear smooth and well kept, and you are able to see that he is wearing a purple button down shirt. The view given shows that this is all occurring on a countertop with tile floors in the background, most likely being a kitchen setting. This seems to be the man’s new home , or perhaps the man and his partner, not kids, because the house seems to lack many furnishes, decorations, or toys.
0:03-0:04 The man’s face is seen again, and in the background a stove top among a set of white cupboards is seen, confirming this is taking place in a very nice, clean kitchen. The camera pans down to show that the man is pouring pretzels from a red plastic bag into a bowl.
0:05-0:06 The man is now seen at the fridge, which also appears quite nice as it is two-doored and stainless steel. He opens the door and removes four white cans, most likely soda or beer, holding three in one hand while grabbing the last. All of the camera angles appears as quick, close-up shots so as not to reveal too much information regarding the man’s evening intentions.
0:07-0:08 The camera cuts to the man opening the door. The door is red and wooden, with a few small windows engraved in the center and a metal knocker. The setting appears dark, so it is set sometime at evening or night. The door is framed by brick, and as he opens the door, a delivery man in a red tee shirt and hat from the back is seen, handing the main character a white plastic box and paper bag. The man smiles and nods as he accepts the contents.
0:09-0:10 The man is now seen setting up a small green plastic table, and a foldable plastic chair. In the background, a few pieces of abstract art are seen on the wall separating the room from the kitchen. This leads us to believe that these artsy feminine touches were decided by the man’s wife. Out of focus, in the kitchen a jar of cooking utensils and a coffee pot are seen on the clean granite countertops. It seems the kitchen is not put to much use and he orders out often. Perhaps his partner who is out is the one who does the cooking and keeps the kitchen pristine. The man is seen setting up the chair on the side next to him, placing it with care.
0:11-0:14 As the man sits down in another collapsible chair, he sets a deck of playing cards on the table and begins to shuffle them with ease, as if this is a weekly routine. He seems to be setting up a game of poker for whom I imagine to be his other male friends. He is then seen dealing the cards out quickly to different sections of the table.
0:15-0:16 The camera cuts to a close up of the man’s face as his hands hold five cards, covering his nose and mouth. The man’s eyes look suspicious as he looks down to his left and right, one eyebrow raised.
0:17-0:20 The frame zooms out to reveal that the man is playing cards with two African-American boys in tee shirts, most likely his sons. As the camera zooms out the man lowers his cards and says something to one of the boys with a stern look. The boys’ eyes widen and appear to defend themselves. The man smiles and looks back at his cards.
0:21 As the frame zooms out completely, one boy is seen with a glass of red juice and plate of snacks and a sandwich. The other boy has a plate filled with similar food and is seen with a juice box next to him instead of a glass, which may indicate that he is the younger brother. The man does not have any food or drink near him. Simultaneously, the text “Titus O’Neil WWE Superstar” is displayed in the right hand corner of the screen.
0:22 The man, presumably Titus O’Neil, smiles and throws down his cards in defeat as the boys celebrate and bounce up and down.
0:22-0:30 A black screen appears with the white text “It only takes a moment to make a moment” slowly dissolves onto the screen, representing how little it takes to make such a lasting memory for your loved ones. This is followed by a new orange and white text that pops up, stating #makeamoment in the center of the screen with a website in orange text, fatherhood.gov, in the left hand corner. The hashtag is to perhaps draw the attention of a younger crowd.