I believe that the video is poking fun at how maddening/frustrating the internet experience is--particularly when a person randomly attempts to Animal Crossing Bells connect while other players are already attached --the play of the movie is just a part of their humor. I haven't played online much so while I understood the beginning, I wasn't certain if something else was being referenced by the sinking component (possibly that represents players being disconnected/having to go through extra loading screens). The video's definitely just to get a laugh though. I envision people who play online a lot find this movie somewhat cathartic, haha. Thank you for explaining it! I really don't play online that much either (I've just played with my brother and sister a few times each, and not even the 3 of us at precisely the exact same time), so I too only really understand the start. Maybe it's a Great thing I don't play online a lot afterward, as I am easily stressed out lol The spooky void of the settings screen where it's just youpersonally, and Tom Nook. Having a real dialog about the fake reality we inhabit on our oceans, and what it means to delete your save data. Tom Nook looking at you with very tired eyes, forever cursed since the Virgil of the infernal place where we discuss. I've watched each of your 3 shorts just like 5 times per today. Love the blend of cutesy AC culture mixed with disturbia!!!!! Not unrealistic when so a lot people run around hitting our least favourite villagers with baits to make them move out. It captures the hell that some villagers have to live on our islands that are imperfect.Hello ?? I work graveshift and Nook Miles Ticket For Sale look after my elderly mom so ACNH has been a huge escape for me. I have 2 islands, yes I am that crazy about this sport, still play daily and love the friends I've made through ACNH.