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Top Videos: Sailor Moon Re-Animated, Jimmy Kimmel Gets Parenting Advice, New TMNT Song

Leonardo

This week, a group of Sailor Moon fans recreated an entire episode of the anime classic, shot for shot. Jimmy Fallon and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson worked out together, and Jimmy Kimmel — whose wife just had a baby — received some parenting advice from kids. Also, the theme song for Michael Bay's upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie was released, and it's absolutely terrible. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:

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See Photos of Jimmy Kimmel's Adorable New Baby

Jimmy Kimmel. Molly McNearney

Like father, like daughter: Jimmy Kimmel's new baby girl is a ham for the camera.

Kimmel, 46, returned to Jimmy Kimmel Live! Monday, 11 days after his wife Molly McNearneygave birth to the couple's first child, Jane. And like any proud father, Kimmel had some photos to show off. He also revealed Jane's namesake.

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VIDEO: You Have to Watch Jimmy Kimmel's Hilarious Version of Sia's "Chandelier" Video

Jimmy Kimmel

Sure, everyone's entranced by Sia's music video for her hit "Chandelier," which features Dance Moms star Maddie Ziegler twirling away in a dimly lit bedroom set. But what we all really want to see is the video re-created by an uncoordinated middle-aged man -- or, better yet, two.

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Top Videos: America's Surprise Birthday Party, Pippa Middleton on Today, Hotwives of Orlando

Kristen Schaal

This week, Pippa Middleton gave her first televised interview on theToday show, and Funny or Die threw a surprise birthday party for America in honor of the Fourth of July. Jimmy Kimmel exposed bandwagon fans who were rooting for the U.S. in the World Cup, and also rewrote the lyrics to Trey Songz' "Na Na" so that old people could understand them. Chris Rock hosted the BET Awards, where he showed a video of himself interviewing white people at a monster truck rally about the show. Also, Showtime debuted the trailer for Season 2 of Masters of Sex, and Hulu geared up for the premiere of its original series The Hotwives of Orlando.

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Top Moments: True Blood's Sucky Death and Triumph Poops on the World Cup

Triumph

Our top moments of the week:

13. Best Brushes with Death: Despite Mike's misgivings, Johnny goes undercover to befriend Carlos, a high-rolling criminal on Graceland. Just when it seems Johnny has won him over, Carlos challenges him to a "friendly" gun duel and of course cheat by drawing early. He's about to squeeze the trigger, when his concerned sister interrupts. Whew! Moments later, Johnny escapes death a second time when... read more

Top Videos: Game of Thrones Meets The Brady Bunch, Animals Dance to "Push It"

Game of Thrones, Brady Bunch-style opening

This week, Jimmy Fallon helped comedian Kevin Hart overcome his fear of roller coasters, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio was forced to sing "I Love LA" after the Los Angeles Kings beat the New York Rangers to win the NHL's Stanley Cup. NBC News anchor Brian Williamsrapped "Baby Got Back," and a bunch of animals got down to Salt-n-Pepa's "Push It." Also, in honor of the Game of Thrones Season 4 finale, the Internet banded together to release a host of hilarious interviews, including a Thrones-Brady Bunch mashup and the final episode of Funny or Die's web series "Gay of Thrones." Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:

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Top Moments: Neil Patrick Harris' "Sugar Daddy" Serenade, Mila Kunis' Pregnant Service Announcement

Mila Kunis

Our top moments of the week:

12. Best Timing: Everyone on Playing House knows that Mark once proposed to Emma, well except Mark's now wife Tina. So once an epic fight between Tina and Emma starts up, Maggie tries her best to squash it by saying that everyone has hooked up with Mark at one point or another, including her! Emma is horrified to find out her BFF broke the sacred girl code and... read more

Emmy Watch: How the Late Night Upheaval Could Shake Up the Variety Series Competition

Jay Leno

When Johnny Carson signed off from The Tonight Show in 1992, his reign as the King of Late Night was celebrated with an Emmy win for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series. Granted, the competition that year was sparse: Fox's sketch-comedy show In Living Color and NBC's Late Night with David Letterman were the only others nominated.

This year, as newly retired Tonight Show host Jay Leno attempts to secure one final nomination in the category now known as... read more

Top Moments: The Vampire Diaries' Shocking Death and Jack's Explosive 24 Return

Kiefer Sutherland

Our top moments of the week:

14. Best Do-Over: When Chief Boden learns he's going to be a dad on Chicago Fire, he tries to do right by ex-girlfriend Donna, but his ultra-practical and unromantic proposal leaves her feeling cold, and she refuses. Once Boden wises up, he shows up at the school where Donna teaches in full uniform, gets down on one knee and pops the question with a... read more

Top Videos: Michael Emerson Sings "Happy," How to Communicate Like Jack Bauer

Michael Emerson

This week, Person of Interest star Michael Emerson set out to prove that he isn't always dark and intense, while CollegeHumor compiled a 24 video proving that Jack Bauer ... well, is almost always dark and intense. Full House was reimagined as a horror movie, and Saturday Night Live filmed a sketch with Andrew Garfield paying tribute to '90s sitcoms (but was forced to cut it from the broadcast). New judges Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams made their debuts on The Voice (sort of) by performing Stefani's hit "Hollaback Girl." And Sally Field destroyed Julia Roberts in a "Curse-Off" on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:

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Premiered: January 26, 2003, on ABC
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Premise: A loose, L.A.-based late-night talk show starring the comedian who was previously best known for cohosting a couple of successful Comedy Central series. Kimmel himself notes this is `like every other talk show.' The program premiered on ABC following the 2003 Super Bowl.

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