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This week, The Walking Dead celebrated its return by playing a zombie prank on unsuspecting New Yorkers, and Stephen Colbert sent Buddy Cole to investigate anti-gay laws at the Sochi Olympics. Courtney Love launched her own web series, and Rainn Wilson's Soul Pancake YouTube channel premiered a TV-length sitcom. Also, Kevin Hart and Ellen DeGeneres played a game of "Giant Jenga." Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
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Walking Dead prank: What's more frightening than on-screen zombies? Real ones. In conjunction with The Walking Dead's return this week, AMC launched a marketing campaign that involved zombies from the show hiding underneath subway grates and terrifying people walking around New York City. (via Tubefilter)
Key & Peele's Valet Guys meet Liam Neeson: The Liam Neesons (sic)-obsessed Valet Guys on Key & Peele lose their minds when they finally get to meet their idol.
Westminster Dog Show winner: Sky, the 5-year-old Wire Fox Terrier who won Best in Show at the Westminster Dog Show this week, stopped by Good Morning America to discuss her recent victory and upcoming retirement.
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Courtney On: The web series we've all been waiting for is here. Well, almost. On Valentine's Day, Courtney Love will launch her own web series, "Courtney On." Check out a teaser below, in which Courtney tackles topics that include Nancy Grace, stage-diving, and the Kardashians.
Ellen and Kevin Hart play Giant Jenga: Kevin Hart stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show this week and played a game of "Giant Jenga." Check out the clip to find out who won:
Buddy Cole visits Sochi: The Colbert Report sends extremely flamboyant correspondent Buddy Cole (Scott Thompson) to Sochi to interview Olympic athletes about their reactions to Russia's anti-gay laws, and to coach them on how to be more manly.
Sam Rubin confuses Samuel L. Jackson and Laurence Fishburne: Well, this is awkward. During an on-camera interview with Samuel L. Jackson, KTLA entertainment reporter Sam Rubin confused the RoboCop star with Laurence Fishburne. Jackson refused to let the gaffe slide, telling Rubin: "We don't all look alike." Check out the cringe-worthy exchange below:
Flatulent figure skaters: Blue humor dose of the week: this is a mashup of Olympic athletes with farting noises superimposed over it. You're welcome/we're sorry.
Soul Pancake's "The Impression Guys": Rainn Wilson's YouTube channel, Soul Pancake, debuted its original sitcom "The Impression Guys" this week. The series follows Jim and Ross, two talented celebrity impressionists who want to quit the business to become serious, dramatic actors. In the season premiere, they unveil their 12-Step Program. (via Tubefilter)
Which was your top video of the week? Did we miss any?