If you ever wanted to know how Kevin McCallister has been since his family completely forgot about him on Christmas in the holiday classic "Home Alone," then you should check out the first episode of the new web series ":DRYVRS." Musican/actor Jack Dishel is the creator of the YouTube comedy series, and according to his website it will follow him on a variety of wacky adventures with people he meets through the ride-sharing app :DRYVRS.

In episode one, titled "Just Me In The House By Myself," Macaulay Culkin reprises his role as Kevin, who picks up Dishel because his wife Anna is too high. Things start off rocky between Culkin's character and Dishel when adult Kevin admits he doesn't really know how to drive. Dishel offers to take the wheel instead.

During the ride, Kevin ignores a phone call from his mom which prompts Dishel to tell him that's an "ice cold" thing to do.

“You think that’s ice cold? How about this. It’s Christmas time, it’s f----- Christmas. And your whole family goes on vacation and they forget their eight-year-old f---- son.," Kevin says. "All by yourself, in the house for a week. I had to fend off my house from two psychopath home invaders.” 

“I still have nightmares about this bald weirdo dude chasing me around," he continues. "They remembered my b---- of a brother, but they forgot me. The cutest f---- eight-year-old in the universe.” 

Towards the end of the video, a man tries to carjack Dishel and Culkin's character, but Kevin is able to tie him up with Christmas lights, knock him out and drag the carjacker to the basement. Kevin says he's going to torture the carjacker and the video ends with the character shirtless and dancing around the basement covered in blood.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Dishel will release more episodes from ":DRYVRS" at the beginning of 2016. Other guest stars include "The Big Blue" actress Rosanna Arquette and "Murder In The First" star Steven Weber.