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This week, the world mourned the loss of comedic genius Robin Williams, who committed suicide on Monday at age 63. To honor his legacy, which spanned decades and included several comedy specials in addition to movies and scripted TV shows, we've pulled some of the best segments from his standup routines, many of which were broadcast on HBO.(Warning: The language in many of the videos is NSFW.)
Elsewhere, The Tonight Show parodied House of Cards with "House of Cue Cards," and LeVar Burton introduced "Tweeting Rainbow" on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Also, the creator of "Prancercise" returned with an all-new fitness video. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Comedian and Oscar-winning actor Robin Williams tragically took his own life on Monday, Aug. 11 at the age of 63. Get all the latest updates on his death and the many tributes paid to the late actor below...
Beloved comic and Oscar winner Robin Williams died Monday at the age of 63. Williams died of a suspected suicide, according to a statement from authorities in Marin County, Calif., where Williams was found dead.
Robin Williams dies of suspected suicide at 63
In the wake of the tragic news, many celebrities, fellow comedians and co-stars took to Twitter to mourn Williams' passing...
The Cast of Orange is the New Black on Conan
This week, members of the Orange Is the New Black cast took over Conan for an episode, and it was glorious. Also, a farmer serenaded a team of cows with a trombone rendition of Lorde's "Royals," and the Internet found a new celebrity in "Apparently Boy." Taylor Swift made us sniffle when she visited a 7-year-old cancer patient, and Nina Dobrev and Jimmy Fallon entertained us with a game of Giant Beer Pong. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
With fall premieres still a month away, now's the perfect time to play TV catch-up or simply revisit an old favorite.
A reboot of the '70s space opera, Ron Moore's re-imagined Battlestar Galactica is a science-fiction masterpiece. It blends action, religion, grief, hope — and some killer cheekbones — into one heck of a gripping saga. Yes, the ending might be controversial, but it's not like Lost's.
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If there's one characteristic you need to be a part of The Avengers franchise, it's keeping your mouth shut!
In our video below, watch us try to get some scoop from the cast, including Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo. Although they're mostly tight-lipped about Avengers: The Age of Ultron, which hits theaters May 1, 2015, we did get newbie Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who's playing Quicksilver, to share his thoughts on joining the project: "It's like being invited to be on the biggest team ever!"
From the "Farrah-do" to "the Rachel," television has been influencing our hairstyles for decades.
When Charlie's Angels premiered in 1976, star Farrah Fawcett had no way of knowing that her wispy tresses would be copied by women well into the '80s. Jennifer Aniston's character on Friends had the same effect in the '90s, when "The Rachel" inspired layered locks everywhere.
But not all memorable TV 'dos were celebrated. Remember when Felicity's Keri Russell caused hysteria by chopping her hair off before Season 2?