From election coverage to adorable (and not so adorable!) animals, here's a look at TVGuide.com's favorite online videos this week:
The "Avalanche on Bullsh-- Mountain": Jon Stewart again took aim at one of his favorite targets after the election: Fox News. Stewart referred to the network's handling of election coverage (which included Karl Rove's on-air challenge of the decision to call Ohio, and thus the election, for Obama) as "The Avalanche on Bullsh-- Mountain." Watch Stewart's Daily Show rant below:
Jimmy Fallon Spoofs Mitt Romney's Concession Call: Jimmy Fallon parodied the concession call Mitt Romney made to Barack Obama after Tuesday's election, culminating with the two presidential candidates performing a heartfelt duet of Paula Cole's Dawson's Creek theme "I Don't Want To Wait."
Kirstie Alley Reveals Romance with Patrick Swayze: In an interview with Barbara Walters to promote her new memoir, Kirstie Alley revealed that she got around back in the day — telling Walters that she had an affair with Patrick Swayze and admitting that John Travolta is the "love of (her) life."
Jimmy Fallon — If Puppies Could Vote: The name says it all about this video Fallon released ahead of the presidential election, featuring his new dog Gary. Who did she (yes, she) pick to be the next president?
Miley Cyrus Teases Wedding Planning: The newly-engaged Miley Cyrus tells Ellen DeGeneres she wants her wedding to be picture-perfect (but denies reports that she and fiancé Liam Hemsworth will have three ceremonies) and says she's getting planning inspiration from DeGeneres and her wife, Portia de Rossi.
Tugger the Labrador: All that really needs to be said about this video is that it's two minutes of a tubby Labrador puppy playing with his favorite toy: a doorstop.
Girl Gets Frightened by Lion: A young girl gets scared out of her wits when a lion sneaks up behind her (inside a glass enclosure, not to worry!), as her father films her visit to a French zoo.
Portlandia Announces Season 3 Premiere with Short Film: Portlandia returns on Jan. 4 for its third season, featuring guest appearances from the likes of Chloe Sevigny and Kyle MacLachlan. Check out the first clip, "Meditation Crush":
What were your favorites? Did we miss any?