An Aussie father/daughter team are proving TikTok can close the generation gap, 60 seconds at a time.

For instance, The Castle premiered in Australia in 1997… which means next year it’ll turn 25.

To ensure the Aussie cinematic classic isn’t lost on the future generation, he’s slowly been teaching his little girl some of it’s iconic lines…

@daddydaughterduetsofozTeaching her one liners from the classic Aussie film “The Castle” 🤣 ##fyp ##australia ##tiktokaustralia ##dadanddaughter ##aussiecomedy ##benandzara♬ original sound – Ben and Zara

@daddydaughterduetsofozReply to @emmajoanne9  ##thecastle ##australian ##benandzara ##fyp ##foryoupage♬ original sound – Ben and Zara

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It’s also clear that his daughter has become fully versed in another line of our times, with their recreation of THAT Yellow Pages ad…

@daddydaughterduetsofozWe miss you Jan. ##fyp ##Australia ##nothappyjan ##aussieclassic ##benandzara♬ original sound – Kyle Brightman

And what about the infamous interview between party boy Corey Worthington and A Current Affair‘s Leila McKinnon in 2008? They’ve covered that too…

@daddydaughterduetsofozTell me your Australian without telling me your Australian. ##Australia ##coreyworthington ##benandzara ##fypaustralia

♬ original sound – Skux

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