Macaulay Culkin's famous Home Alone character Kevin McCallister is still traumatized by the events of what happened to him that fateful Christmas Eve in 1990.
Or at least, that's according to a new web series that Culkin guest starred in. The series, :DRYVRS, was created by Jack Dishel and follows around a passenger and the strange people he meets on his adventures with the Uber-type ride service.
In the pilot, Culkin returns as an angry, adult McCallister who hasn't had the most successful life following the break-in. At one point, he ignores a call from his mother, and when Dishel comments on how cold the action is, Culkin rips into the family that left him alone in a house on Christmas at the age of eight.
"I had to fend off my house from two psychopath, home invaders," Culkin says in the video. "I mean, I still have nightmares about this bald, weirdo dude chasing me around, talking to me like he was Yosemite Sam."
The video gets more deranged as it goes on, but the Home Alone quirks are pretty funny. Culkin won't be appearing in the rest of the series, but considering the holiday season is officially here, it makes sense to drop the episode now.