I notice on the map on that page, the Swedish guy looks to be from Smaland, which explains his pronunciation.
It's a very familiar accent for me. That's where most of my relatives are, on both sides of my family, and where my Swedish ancestors came from. Also it's the accent usually taught here in the U.S., presumably because most Swedish-Americans trace their ancestry to that area. Even my English-speaking grandparents and great aunts and uncles, and pretty much everyone in Wisconsin, Upper Michigan, and Minnesota, have a similar lilt to their speech, lol. It's very distinctive. I love it. They do sound like they are adding extra syllables to words sometimes, though.