Bing - Syndrome - Pregnant
Summary: A pregnant woman has Search Overload Syndrome.
After a pregnancy exercise class, two woman talk. The first woman asks the pregnant woman, "So, did you find out what you can't eat when you're pregnant?"
The pregnant lady then freezes and like an automaton starts spouting off information that's somewhat related but not at all relevant to answering the question. "Pregnant. Pregnant panda gives birth to biggest cub born in captivity."
"What? No, like I heard you can't eat a lot of fish."
The pregnant woman represents what a typical search engine might return in their results, which isn't always helpful in what you're searching for. In this case the keyword "fish" triggered a result about fly fishing. The other woman asks if she's OK, which triggers her to start singing the title song from the musical Oklahoma.