Need some holiday cheer in your life today? Suburgatory's got you covered!
The ABC comedy's Christmas outing "Krampus" is shaping up to be a hilarious (and musical!) one, as Dalia (Carly Chaikin) is determined to woo her former nanny Carmen (Bunnie Rivera) back and decides to use the power of song to do so. Natch, she makes a music video for her song, "You Missed a Spot" and we've got your first look at the awesome result of the ditzy blonde's hard work.
Warning: This song will end up stuck in your head all day!
"I won't throw out your plastic cart, because you missed a spot in my heart," Dalia sings in the hysterical clip that totally reminds of us Rebecca Black's infamous "Friday" music video.
Wearing her signature deadpan expression through the entire video, which includes a nod to Britney Spears' "Toxic," Dalia sings about the struggles she's faced since Carmen left to work for another family, like lipstick stains on her pillow and ruining her clothes because she doesn't know how to do laundry.
And how about that inspired choreography?! But will it be enough to get Carmen to return to her old job?
Suburgatory's Christmas episode airs Wednesday, Dec. 5 at 9:30 p.m. on ABC.