This week, The Bachelor himself, Juan Pablo Galavis, participated in an "I Witness News" segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and 19-year-old figure skater Jason Brown stunned spectators at the 2014 National Championships. Funny or Die won the week with amazing parody videos of the Spike Jonze movie Her andJacqueline Bisset's rambling speech at the Golden Globe Awards. And a Devil Baby terrified people on the streets of New York City. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
"I Witness News: The Bachelor Edition": For this segment of "I Witness News," Jimmy Kimmel sent current Bachelor Juan Pablo out on the streets of Los Angeles to ask pedestrians what they thought of the show. Sometimes the truth hurts.
Jason Brown's Riverdance routine: The Winter Olympics are right around the corner, and here's a little something to pump you up in the meantime. Figure skater Jason Brown, 19, wowed the crowd at the National Championships over the weekend with a routine set to Riverdance music — and earned a silver medal. The first of many to come?
"Charles, Your Hangover" Episode 1: YouTube comedy channel Above Average released the first episode of its new series "Charles, Your Hangover" this week. The laugh-out-loud clip features Orange Is the New Black's Lauren Lapkus as a teacher who drank a little too much wine the night before and is desperately trying to make it through the school day. Charles isn't helping.
Devil Baby Attacks NYC: New York City can be a scary place — especially when what appears to be a demonically possessed baby suddenly pops out of a stroller as you're walking down the sidewalk. The creators of this montage — a stunt to promote the upcoming movie Devil's Due — have set the viral prank bar pretty high for 2014. If this video is wrong, we don't want to be right.
Him Trailer: This hilarious Funny or Die video offers a preview of what it would be like if the gender roles in the movie Her were reversed — i.e. if a single woman fell in love with a male operating system.
Jacqueline Bisset's Globes speech, director's cut: Jacqueline Bisset'srambling, awkward speech as she accepted the award for Best Supporting Actress in a TV Movie or Miniseries at the Golden Globes Sunday was one of the highlights of the show. In case the original version wasn't enough, Funny or Die put together a "director's cut" that highlights the audience members' confused reactions.
"Robin Banks and the Bank Roberts": Former Friends executive producersAndrew Reich and Ted Cohen have re-teamed to create "Robin Banks and the Bank Roberts," a web series about hopelessly incompetent bank robbers, for the Nacho Punch comedy channel. A new installment of the 10-episode series will be unveiled each Wednesday. Check out the first one below (via Tubefilter):