Oddly, laughing at this makes me feel guilty like when I used to get the giggles in church.
Not to be a Pollyanna (because we know how much I love being called *that* and my glass is half empty and the last half isn't the good half), but am I the only one that sees a marketing opportunity here for Best Buy? Maybe a funny viral video on how to identify a real BB employee. Best Buy employees infiltrating an improv troupe? Ah, I'm sure there are people far more creative than I that can turn this into a marketing opportunity. Hopefully some of them work at Best Buy.