Josh Radnor and Cristin Milioti

This week, several How I Met Your Mother fans were outraged over the series finale, so one viewer decided to give it a more palatable alternate ending. Hulu celebrated April Fool's Day by launching the spin-off series "In the Kitchen with Hannibal," and CollegeHumor unveiled a somewhat misinformed Game of Thrones catch-up video. Plus, Piers Morgan signed off of his CNN show for good, and Samuel L. Jackson gave a Boy Meets World-themed slam poetry performance. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:

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The best and worst series finales

HIMYM alternate ending: Were you disappointed by the series finale of How I Met Your Mother? You might like this alternate ending better:

"In the Kitchen with Hannibal": Oh, how we wish this Hulu series was real and not an April Fool's joke. Mads Mikkelsen stars in a new cooking show that is definitely not suitable for vegetarians.   

Samuel L. Jackson's Boy Meets World slam poetry: Amazingly, this performance is not an April Fool's joke. Samuel L. Jackson stopped by The Tonight Show this week and chronicled all seven seasons of Boy Meets World into one epic poem.

Billy Dee's Tonight Show dance: May The Force be with you, Billy Dee! Billy Dee Williams was forced to withdraw from Dancing with the Stars this week due to medical reasons, but he was able to do one final dance on The Tonight Show. (With Chewbacca!)

Game of Thrones catchup: Do you need a quick Game of Thrones refresher before Sunday's Season 4 premiere? Watch this video to get all caught up with the goings-on in Westeros*. (*Don't rely on this video for any information whatsoever.)

Epic basketball beat video: Check out this mind-blowing video, which was shot in just one take using only some basketballs and a car. (via Tubefilter)

Piers Morgan's goodbye: Piers Morgan gave a final farewell on Piers Morgan Live last week, with his CNN show coming to an end after three years. Watch his last sign-off, in which he gets in one last dig at the NRA.