This week, Jimmy Kimmel made an impressive debut in his new 11:35 p.m. timeslot (despite the fact that Jennifer Aniston destroyed his set), James Franco lips-ynced to Justin Bieber and filmed it, celebrities read mean tweets about themselves, and Al Roker admitted to pooping his pants. In non-celebrity news, a soldier dressed up like Spider-man to surprise his son, an amateur duo performed a rap medley in their underwear, and a bunch of fast food workers were scared out of their wits by what appeared to be an in invisible driver. Check out these clips and more in this week's Top Videos.
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The hour-long series finale of 30 Rock will air on Thursday, Jan. 31 at 8/7c, NBC announced Friday.
The same night, the network will premiere its new drama Do No Harm at 10/9c. The show is a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde-esque medical drama starring Steven Pasquale as Dr. Jason Cole, a neurosurgeon whose sociopathic dark side emerges each night.
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NBC's Mockingbird Lane enjoyed a respectable premiere Friday night. The expensive pilot-turned-Halloween special was watched by 5.44 million viewers and earned a 1.5 in the key adults 18-to-49 demographic. Unfortunately, Kitchen Nightmares' premiere only earned a 0.9, down from last season's premiere (1.6).
Nikita returned Friday night on The CW, but the premiere wasn't nearly as engaging for viewers as it was for its characters.
After pulling Made in Jersey, CBS still lead Friday night in terms of overall viewers. Now in Jersey's former 9/8c timeslot, CSI: NY saw a bump up to 9.4 million viewers and a 1.4 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic.
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The Tony Awards hit an all-time low Sunday despite little competition elsewhere.
The 66th annual show, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris for the third time, drew 6 million viewers and a 1.0 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. That rating ...
The musical one-two punch of American Idol and Glee led Fox to a Tuesday win in the demo.
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Over the next 20 years...