Here are TVGuide.com's Top Videos of the week, featuring Justin Timberlake on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Billy Joel giving a Vanderbilt student the opportunity of a lifetime, Jane Lynch rapping "Super Bass," and more:
Breaking Bad in 1995: What would the opening credits of Breaking Bad look like if it was a family sitcom from the mid-1990s? Watch these re-done opening credits to find out. Also, be sure to check out other series that have gotten a similar parody treatment, including Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead.
Astronaut Makes a Sandwich in Space: Zero gravity never fails to amuse. In this entertaining and informative video, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield tries to make a sandwich in space. If only all science lessons were this interesting!
Justin Timberlake on Jimmy Fallon: It's all Justin Timberlake, all the time on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon this week — and we're not complaining. The singer, whose new album The 20/20 Experience comes out next week (but is streaming on iTunes for free now), is stopping by the late-night show every night for a performance, as well as a couple chats with Fallon. Here are a couple of our favorite moments so far. First, a barbershop quartet version of "Sexy Back":
And here, a performance of his new song "Mirrors":
Baby Seal Tries to Climb On a Surfboard: Your weekly lesson in perseverance is brought to you by this determined (and adorable) baby seal pup, who's trying to climb up on a slippery surf board to hang out with his friends. Follow your dreams, seal.
Billy Joel Performs with Vanderbilt Student: Billy Joel recently participated in a Q&A session with students at Vanderbilt University, where piano player Michael Pollack, a lifelong fan and Long Island native like Joel, asked his idol if he'd be willing to accompany him on "A New York State of Mind." After a brief moment of consideration, Joel's response was, why not? Check out their duet: