Tim Robinson Asking "Are You Sure About That?"
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Tim Robinson Asking "Are You Sure About That?" refers to a clip from the Netflix sketch comedy series I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson in which Robinson incredulously asks the camera the title question. The clip became popularized on TikTok via memes, where it was used in videos humorously depicting doubt.
In I Think You Should Leave season two, episode three, Robinson plays a spokesperson for a fictional company Carber Vac. While telling a story about how he got fired from his job, he incredulously asks, "Are you sure about that? Are you sure about that?" (screenshot shown below).
On March 23rd, 2023, TikTok user @goldenkeyprints posted a TikTok using CapCut to add the clip to a video joking about Amazon's Ring app being too sensitive to outside movement. The clip gained over 11,000 views in a week (shown below, left). Over the following week, the sound was used in over 23,000 videos. Videos with the sound usually placed Robinson over a piece of misinformation the poster felt was wrong. For example, on March 26th, user @sydneydelreyy posted a TikTok mocking the idea she'd continue paying for SKIMS clothing, gaining over 324,000 likes in three days (shown below, right).
@goldenkeyprints “Are you sure about that?” #ithinkyoushouldleave #ring #notifications #CapCut ♬ You Sure About That _ ITYSL – Scott Holford
@sydneydelreyy the amazon ones in my SKIMS inspired list have the same fabric makeup besties <3 #skimsinspired#skims#skimsfitseverybody#skimsfiteverybody#skimsfitseverybodydress#skimsfiteverybodskimsfitseverybody#skimsbodysuit#pumiey#amazonfinds ♬ You Sure About That _ ITYSL – Scott Holford
Other popular examples include a March 27th post by TikTok user insertsillynamehere that gained over 215,000 likes in two days (shown below, left) and a March 26th TikTok by KGS that gained over 80,000 likes in three days (shown below, right).
@insertsillynamehere #work #quit #byefelicia #timrobinson #CapCut ♬ You Sure About That _ ITYSL – Scott Holford
@kgspann And not a single bottle was moved to check. #capcut #meme #yousure? #momsoftiktok #momlife #dadsoftiktok #ketchup #husbandwife ♬ You Sure About That _ ITYSL – Scott Holford
@__andrew_91 #CapCut ♬ You Sure About That _ ITYSL – Scott Holford
@thickbrunette66 zack, BFFR!!!!! #irinaloveisblind #loveisblindnetflix #loveisblind4 ♬ You Sure About That _ ITYSL – Scott Holford
@samsellsre When fashion fails the practicality test #CapCut #realtorhumor #fortwayne #realestate #servingupsmiles #indiana #homebuying #whatsmyhomeworth #realtor #service #fun ♬ You Sure About That _ ITYSL – Scott Holford
@asherlb I was, in fact, in denial. #CapCut #lgbtq #gay #queer #lgbt #pride #funny #fyp ♬ You Sure About That _ ITYSL – Scott Holford
 Daily Dot – ‘You sure about that?' Why CapCut Tim Robinson is all over TikTok
 TikTok – You Sure About That ITYSL
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 TikTok – @sydneydelreyy
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