Puppy Bowl IX
This week, puppies took part in the Super Bowl (both before and during the event), Will Ferrell filmed a commercial for the game (though hardly anyone saw it), and a couple on College Humor agreed to embark upon an adventure catching up on a multi-season TV show. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of Top Videos:
Puppies Predict the Super Bowl: We're a little late to the game on this one, since — spoiler alert — the Baltimore Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers in Sunday's Super Bowl, but we couldn't resist sharing this clip of Jimmy Fallon recruiting golden retriever puppies to forecast the winner. See if they made the correct call!
Let's Have a TV Baby: Planning to binge-watch a show to catch up is a big commitment, especially when you're doing it with someone else, and especially when the show in question is Breaking Bad. Just ask this couple.
Puppy Bowl MVP: Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl drew the highest ratings in its history this year, thanks in part to a 35-minute delay in action at the Super Bowl thanks to a power outage. Who was named the Most Valuable Puppy? Watch this video to find out.
Melissa McCarthy Steals Jimmy Kimmel's Identity: During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote her new movie, Identity Thief, Melissa McCarthy got a little too into her role.
Will Ferrell's Super Bowl Ad: Chances are, you didn't see Will Ferrell's Super Bowl ad for Old Milwaukee beer, which was shown in just three markets during the Super Bowl: Sherman, Texas; Ardmore, Okla., and Glendive, Mont. Ferrell is a frequent spokesperson for Old Milwaukee, although his ads — which he films for free, according to the Los Angeles Times — are only shown in smaller markets (i.e. North Platte, Neb., for his 2012 Super Bowl spot.) Still, as creepy as it is to see (and hear) Ferrell noisily lip-locking with an elderly woman on a bus, we'll take it over Bar Rafaeli's GoDaddy commercial any day.
Jennifer Love Hewitt Promotes The Client List: Jennifer Love Hewitt went from playing the virginal Sarah Reeves on Party of Five to... Hewitt's cover of Peggy Lee's "I'm a Woman" (produced by American Idol's Randy Jackson) is a promo for the upcoming second season of her Lifetime series, The Client List. Sigh.
The Breakfast Club Meets The Avengers: A mashup of the trailers for The Breakfast Club and The Avengers. Because why not?
The Best Way to Wake Up a Baby: When your alarm clock goes off in the morning, don't you wish you could wake up dancing? This baby's parents have discovered the trick to making her do so. (Warning: "Gangnam Style" ahead.)