This week, Jimmy Fallon helped comedian Kevin Hart overcome his fear of roller coasters, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio was forced to sing "I Love LA" after the Los Angeles Kings beat the New York Rangers to win the NHL's Stanley Cup. NBC News anchor Brian Williamsrapped "Baby Got Back," and a bunch of animals got down to Salt-n-Pepa's "Push It." Also, in honor of the Game of Thrones Season 4 finale, the Internet banded together to release a host of hilarious interviews, including a Thrones-Brady Bunch mashup and the final episode of Funny or Die's web series "Gay of Thrones." Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Animals dancing to "Push It": It's just what it sounds like. (Warning: Serious earworm ahead.)
Game of Thrones meets The Brady Bunch: Having trouble keeping track of all 100+ characters on Game of Thrones? This video, which comes courtesy of Wil Wheaton and is set to the Brady Bunch theme song, may help you out. Or just confuse you further. Either way, it's entertaining.
"Gay of Thrones": The close of another season of Game of Thrones also marks the end of Funny or Die's hilarious weekly recap series, "Gay of Thrones." In this installment, author George R.R. Martin stops by, and takes a little flak for his writing pace.
Jimmy Kimmel and Lena Headey talk Game of Thrones: During her latest appearance onJimmy Kimmel Live, actress Lena Headey channels her Game of Thrones character Cersei Lannister to engage in an insult competition with Jimmy (and drink a lot of wine).
Bill de Blasio sings "I Love LA": After losing a bet he made about the New York-Los Angeles hockey playoffs, the New York mayor was forced to sing "I Love LA" on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Kevin Hart's roller coaster ride: Sometimes the best way to conquer a phobia is to confront it head on. We're not sure if Kevin Hart would agree after he cried like a baby throughout thisTonight Show roller coaster ride at Universal Orlando Resort.
Brian Williams raps "Baby Got Back": In the latest edition of The Tonight Show's "Brian Williams Raps," the NBC anchor tackles Sir Mix-a-Lot's "Baby Got Back" — with some amazing cameos.