This week, Ricky Gervais couldn't keep a straight face while playing "Word Sneak" withJimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, and hilarious husband-and-wife team Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally talked about their new show "Summer of 69 — No Apostrophe" on Late Night with Seth Meyers. Nine-year-old piano prodigy Adrian Romoff blew the judges away on America's Got Talent, and Netflix mashed up Orange Is the New Black with Arrested Development. Finally, a cat and a horse brought their amazing friendship to the Internet. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
This week, Will Ferrell and his doppelganger, Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith, had a drum-off on The Tonight Show, and Steve Buscemi launched his new web series, "Park Bench with Steve Buscemi." A paralyzed baby goat learned to walk with the help of a cart, and the contestants from The Bachelorette tried to impress Andi with a risque Magic Mike inspired dance. Also, actor David Krumholtz unveiled a new website, on which he delivers local weather reports in character as Jewish grandmother Gigi — who can probably toss a baseball better than 50 Cent, who threw out possibly the most pathetic first pitch in MLB history. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Our top moments of the week:
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