Jimmy Fallon had a banner week (again) this week, playing beer pong with Diane Keaton and going head-to-head with Emma Stone in an epic lip-sync battle. Tiny hamsters ate tiny burritos, and Hulu Kids unveiled its first original series. Also, the DuckTales theme was refashioned into a sultry R&B song, and someone wondered what Forrest Gump would have been like ifWes Anderson had directed it. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Emma Stone and Jimmy Fallon's lip-sync battle: Note: Don't ever try to compete with Emma Stone in a lip-sync battle. On The Tonight Show this week, Fallon turned in serviceable renditions of "Fancy" and "Mr. Roboto," but they were no match for Stone's "Hook" and "All I Do Is Win."
Diane Keaton plays beer pong: Note: Don't ever try to compete with Diane Keaton in beer pong. (Jimmy Fallon taught us lots of valuable lessons this week!) A spastic Keaton derails the game Fallon has painstakingly organized, first by insisting upon iced red wine rather than beer, and then by proceeding to hurl the ping pong balls at Jimmy, rather than gently tossing them at the cups. Hilarity ensues.
Wes Anderson's Forrest Gump: What would the opening credits of Forrest Gump look like if Wes Anderson had directed the film? Answer: They'd certainly have a lot more whimsy than the original:
Tiny Hamsters Eating Tiny Burritos: This is literally exactly what it sounds like.
Hulu's Doozers: Hulu Kids released a trailer for its first original series, Doozers, which stars the tiny green builders from Fraggle Rock. Each episode will teach kids a science lesson, whether it's how to use magnets or how to build binoculars. (via Tubefilter)
DuckTales slowjam: Cover song aficionado Scott Bradlee, who is famous for reworking modern songs into classic formats, released a slowjam version of the DuckTales theme. Get ready to feel uncomfortable.
Lindsey Stirling: YouTube artist and dancing violinist Lindsey Stirling released her second full-length album this week. This is the video for the title track (via Tubefilter):