This week, Google celebrated April Fool's Day by promoting "Google Nose," while Ellen DeGeneres put together a highlight reel of her best pranks. Tracy Morgan and Jimmy Fallon recited some interesting fun "facts," and a young comedian parodied Taylor Swift in a sad-but-true song about leaving your 20s behind. Plus: Should someone start a Kickstarter campaign for a Family Matters movie? Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Taylor Swift Parody "32": In Taylor Swift's song "22," she talks about a carefree night on the town with her girlfriends. In this new 10-years-removed parody courtesy of Fuse, the narrator talks about going to work, coming home to eat Chinese food while reading Fifty Shades of Grey, and trying to find a dentist. Raise a sheepish hand if this rings true for you! (We know we did.)
Google Nose: How many people fell for this April Fool's joke from Google? We won't lie, it would be pretty cool to be able to search for a scent and have it automatically waft out of your computer. Check out the company's totally earnest prank commercial for the canine-inspired new search feature "Google Nose" below:
Ellen's Best Pranks: Speaking of April Fool's, Ellen DeGeneres chose to mark the holiday by putting together a montage of her favorite pranks she's played on guests and staff members over the years. Watching people get absolutely scared out of their wits never gets old!
"Where Are My Dragons?": In this hilarious Game of Thrones spoof, a new reality show illustrates how hard it is to be a single mother of dragons, like Daenerys Targaryen on the HBO series.
Family Matters Movie: With the recent success of the Veronica Mars movie Kickstarter campaign, Family Matters star Reginald Veljohnson wonders if it might be time to get the Winslows and Steve Urkel back together for a movie of their own. What would a Family Matters action movie look like? Watch Veljohnson's pitch to find out:
Fun Facts with Tracy Morgan: Miss seeing Tracy Jordan on 30 Rock? Here you can catch the next best thing, with Tracy Morgan and Jimmy Fallon reciting some interesting (and possibly untrue) "facts." Did you know that Scent of a Woman was originally called How a Woman Smells? We didn't either.
Six-year-old Drumming Prodigy: Avery Molek of Pennsylvania is just 6 years old, but you'd never know it by listening to him keep up with the rhythmic sensibilities of Alex Van Halen and Peter Criss. When his parents (who have no musical backgrounds themselves) bought him a drum set, they thought it would be a fun toy — but had no idea their son was a musical prodigy. Here, watch him play along with Van Halen's "Hot for Teacher," and check out his other videos (and tour dates!) on his website.