This week, the cast of Happy Endings got in on the Harlem Shake phenomenon, Jimmy Kimmel dared his viewers to give their wives and girlfriends terrible Valentine's Day gifts, and Robin Roberts returned to Good Morning America after a lengthy medical leave. With Sunday's Oscar broadcast quickly approaching, Saturday Night Live and host Christoph Waltz took the opportunity to parody Best Picture nominee Django Unchained, and Hulu offered a sneak peek at one of the nominees for Best Animated Short. Check out those clips and more in this week's Top Videos:
Robin Roberts, who made an emotional return to her co-anchor chair at ABC's Good Morning America on Wednesday, is taking it one day at a time. "My doctor is saying the test is tomorrow," Roberts said in an interview at ABC's Times Square studio after her first show back. "When I wake up am I going to want to come in and go to work?"
Robin Roberts has officially returned to Good Morning America.
"Hi, it's Robin, and I've been waiting 174 days to say this: Good morning, America!" Roberts said with her co-hosts by her side.
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Roberts, 52, had been absent from the ABC morning program since August, when she began to prepare for a bone marrow transplant to treat myelodysplastic syndrome, a rare blood disorder.
Robin Roberts has finally set a date for her return to Good Morning America.
Robin Roberts says it's "a matter of weeks, not months" until she returns to the air on Good Morning America.
The co-host appeared on Monday's show, updating her health status in an interview from her apartment, and said she expects to be back on the air sometime in February.