This week, Ellen DeGeneres jumped on the Orange Is the New Black bandwagon with a hilarious mashup of her "guest-starring" on the Netflix series. George Takei reviewed Google Glass, Saturday Night Live announced the addition of six new cast members, Fox used the viral video hit "The Fox" in a new promo, and Bill Nye got people talking with his debut on Dancing with the Stars. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Ben Affleck in Good Will Batman: Ben Affleck has said he's unfazed by the backlash after he was cast to play Batman in the upcoming Man of Steel sequel, and perhaps disgruntled fans will feel reassured after seeing this mashup of Good Will Hunting and Affleck as the Caped Crusader. (Or maybe not.)
Ellen Is the New Black: Attention, Orange Is the New Black fans: Unless you were watching closely, you may not have noticed Ellen DeGeneres' cameo appearance in the episode where — spoiler alert — Piper (Taylor Schilling) gets sent to the SHU.
Early comedy from new SNL cast members: There will be six new featured players on Saturday Night Live when the comedy show returns for its 39th season this weekend. Here, check out a skit that newbies Kyle Mooney and Beck Bennett (a.k.a. the AT&T guy) filmed as part of the Good Neighbor sketch comedy troupe. (via Tubefilter)
Fox's "The Fox" promo: By now, you've probably heard the viral video hit "The Fox" from Norwegian band Ylvis. But you may not have seen Fox's take on it, featuring network stars like Jane Lynch, Orlando Jones and Terry Crews.
Takei's Take: Google Glass: In his new web series, Takei's Take, George Takei examines new tech fads and explains them in a way a less Internet-savvy audience can understand. For the inaugural episode, the Star Trek actor reviews Google Glass. (via Tubefilter)
Bill Nye the Dancing Guy: Dancing with the Stars kicked off its 17th season Monday, and the performance that had everyone abuzz the next day came from unlikely contestant Bill Nye the Science Guy. Nye and his partner, Tyne Stecklein, earned the lowest score of the night (14) for their cha-cha to "Weird Science," but won over fans on social media according to the show's new Facebook integration feature. See their performance here:
Fall TV crushes: The fall TV season is chock-full of eye candy on the small screen. Here's a rundown of the new stars we at TVGuide.com are keeping our eyes (and hearts) on: