This week, the Today show's Hoda Kotb recorded a special rap song for her fourth-hour co-host, Kathie Lee Gifford, while Prince William talked about life as a fatherand Robin Williams told TVGuide.com which television shows he's addicted to.Steve Martin also teamed up with Kermit the Frog to perform "Dueling Banjos," and a gag reel proved that there was some laughter amid the tears on Grey's Anatomy's Season 9. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Grey's Anatomy blooper reel: Apparently it's not all drama and heavy emotions on the set of Grey's Anatomy. Based on this blooper reel from the Season 9 DVD box set (which is set to be released Sept. 3), there are some moments of hilarity as well.
Hoda Kotb raps for Kathie Lee: As a birthday present for her co-host Kathie Lee Gifford, Hoda Kotb recorded a wine-fueled tribute rap set to the tune of Flo Rida's "Low." It's safe to say that Kotb should stick to her day job, but Gifford's reaction is pretty priceless. Bring on the Autotune!
Aaron Paul's Bitchy Awards: Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul recently interacted with some Twitter fans during an "Ask Me Anything" session for Reddit. Here, he hands out "The Bitchies": awards for the most original questions he received. (viaTubefilter)
Hot legs or hot dogs?: Everyone's favorite summer Tumblr is Hot Dog Legs, and here's a video to go with it. Can you identify which photos are hot dogs and which photos are legs?
Robin Williams' Watchlist: Game of Thrones, Defiance and The Walking Deadare among the shows on Robin Williams' Watchlist. Check out what else he's a fan of in the video below, and check out other Celebrity Watchlists from Andy Samberg,Tyra Banks and Williams' Crazy Ones co-star, Sarah Michelle Gellar, here.
Prince William talks fatherhood: In this interview with CNN, Prince William describes his newborn son George as a "rascal," and talks about how his and Kate Middleton's lives have changed since becoming parents.
"Dueling Banjos" with Steve Martin and Kermit the Frog: Is this the greatest "Dueling Banjos" performance of all time? We think so. Who knew Kermit had such fancy fingerwork?