This week, Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig mercilessly mocked a reporter whose knowledge of their new film The Skeleton Twins was not up to snuff, and The Walking Dead Season 4 got the Bad Lip Reading treatment. In Saturday Night Live news, Sarah Silverman prepped for her upcoming hosting stint and James Franco released his documentary offering a behind-the-scenes look at the show. Also, Rob Corddry and Mark Duplass debuted their new web series Wedlock. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig mock a reporter: Note to reporters: When you're interviewing Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig, make sure you know what you're talking about. The former SNLco-stars have reunited for The Skeleton Twins, and while doing an interview with a journalist in Denver, they soon realized that he had no idea about anything having to do with the movie. They handle it with aplomb.
Walking Dead Bad Lip Reading: It's The Talking Dead! Check out clips from Season 4, featuring words of wisdom that may or may not have been actually said by Rick (Andrew Lincoln) & Co.
Yass cats: There's only one word for our reaction to this simple and amazing Vine: "Yaaassss."
Sarah Silverman's SNL promos: Sarah Silverman will put her hosting skills to the test this weekend, when she returns to Studio 8H to emcee Saturday Night Live. Check out promos for her episode, featuring Taran Killam:
James Franco's Saturday Night: As part of his work as a graduate student at NYU's film school, James Franco got behind-the-scenes access to Saturday Night Live. View his documentary below (via Hulu Plus):
NPR Anchor or Star Wars Character? Who said it — an NPR anchor or a minor Star Warscharacter? Play along with the new game unveiled on Comedy Central's @Midnight here:
Wedlock: As part of its new original programming initiative, Vimeo has launched Wedlock, a comedy web series starring Mark Duplass and Jennifer Lafleur as two friends who decide they want to fall in love with each other. Rob Corddry plays their therapist. Watch the full-length episodes here and see a trailer for the show below (via Tubefilter):