Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal of Commercial Kings (IFC, Fridays, 10/9c) often do this thing where they'll take a block of speech that sounds far from musical (or rhythmic, for that matter) and squeeze it into a song. Maybe the ultimate example of that is below, in which a Harry Potter love vlog from a self-described "fangirl...with a camera...being an amateur" becomes an emotional goodbye ballad (despite mosquitoes that threaten to take down the entire production). As seen on their show, Rhett and Link have a knack for poking fun while remaining respectful and still managing to be hilarious. Their balancing act, though, is rarely this impressive (and moving). This just took Deathly Hallows: Part 2 hysteria up to a whole new level and made it sing.
Check out their sonic masterpiece, and the original that inspired it below: