That's right. We non-grads are tuning in too.
Why? Well, it's not because of his jokes, which were aplenty and it's not because he used the word, "sh!t," which is what all the reporters seem to think.
No, we have heard talented jokes before. And the use of a single bad-word does not a viral video make. (Well, not this word anyway.) So I'm sorry, but I'm afraid it's the front-runner because of what he actually said. And meant. And taught.
Because we don't hear people being honest about the "permanent" nature of things today, or the new and terrible fears such things create - down, down deep below. Or perhaps, when we do, we don't hear it written, nor delivered, just-so.
This is why he's going viral: