LA MIRADA, Calif. — Biola University math professor Matthew Weathers is known for playing practical jokes on his class, so on April Fools’ Day, he delivered in a big way.
To start the prank off, Weathers shows his class a “homework help” video that he posted on YouTube that gets some trigonometry wrong. So he yells at his “YouTube self” who amazingly yells back and pushes the video player box closer to the edge of the computer screen.
At one point, Weathers even “enters” the computer screen and ends up in the YouTube video himself!
Watch the video in its entirety, and you’ll wish Weathers was your math teacher, too.
Check out his 2014 April Fools’ Day prank below: