This week, Game of Thrones shocked and shattered viewers with its long-anticipated Red Wedding episode, "The Rains of Castemere." Bravo launched "Battle of the Sous Chefs," its online counterpart to the upcoming fifth season of Top Chef Masters. In music news, a father and his 2-year-old son recorded an adorable cover of the Beatles' "Don't Let Me Down," and new Bachelorette Desiree rapped with Soulja Boy. Jimmy Kimmel Live correspondents asked viewers where they were when Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's baby was born (even though the birth hasn't happened yet). Over in a France, a musician recorded a symphony of sorts by banging instruments on the Eiffel Tower. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
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Jimmy Kimmel's Liewitness News, Kim and Kanye Baby Edition: Do you remember where you were when Kim Kardashian gave birth to her first child with Kanye West? Probably not, since it hasn't happened yet — but that didn't stop these people from recounting their personal experiences.
"Don't Let Me Down" Cover: Watch this adorable budding musician team up with his dad for a cover of the Beatles classic. Next stop, American Idol?
Eiffel Tower Symphony: Composer Joseph Bertolozzi has made it his mission to "play the Eiffel Tower" — collecting sounds of himself striking the monument's surfaces with various instruments, which he will eventually compile into a public art installation.
Red Wedding Reactions: Check out this compilation of viewers reacting to the horrifying final minutes of this week's episode of Game of Thrones.
Mad Men Watches the Red Wedding: Even the cast of Mad Men got in on the action! (Not really, but let's be honest — who was composed enough post-Red Wedding to watch this week's episode anyway?)
"Battle of the Sous Chefs" Episode 1: For the upcoming fifth season of Bravo's Top Chef Masters, the competitors' sous chefs will be competing in their own competition online. And based on their performances, the Master chefs will receive advantages or disadvantages going forward in the competition. Check out the first installment of the sous chefs' battle here:
Ask My Mom: Comedian Maria Bramford has launched a new web series, in which she dresses up as her 70-year-old mother Marilyn (a "retired family therapist and a Netflix connoisseur") and answers questions from readers. (via Tubefilter)