This week, Jodie Foster drew mixed reactions for her Golden Globes speech, while Tina Fey and Amy Poehler drew near-universal praise for co-hosting the show (not to mention great ratings!). In animal news, a helpful dog taught his young foster "sibling" how to go down the stairs, a bird sang dubstep, and a frog scared Savannah Guthrie half to death. Check out those clips and more in this week's Top Videos:
Foster Puppy Goes Down the Stairs: Having a rough week? Then just check out this adorable video of a foster puppy learning to navigate household stairs — from his canine foster sibling, no less! Try not to squeal.
Tina Fey/Amy Poehler Golden Globes Montage: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler tackled hosting duties for the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards, and drew the broadcast's highest rating in years. Here's a supercut of their on-screen moments. Who says women aren't funny?!
Jodie Foster's Golden Globes Speech: Love it or hate it, Jodie Foster's Golden Globes speech happened. When accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award Sunday night, Foster simultaneously addressed her sexuality, advocated celebrities' right to privacy, and possibly announced her retirement? Watch her remarks again and decide for yourself — brilliant or bizarre?
Bird Sings Dubstep: Dubstep! It's a type of drum-and-bass-heavy electronic dance music that all the kids are listening to these days. And this bird, apparently.
Wheel of Fortune Wins and Losses: There were highs and lows on Wheel of Fortune this week. One contestant solved a puzzle using only one letter and an apostrophe, and another missed a well-known Johnny Cash song title. Watch both below.
Ellen Terrifies Savannah Guthrie with a Frog: A recent Today show segment revealed that co-host Savannah Guthrie is terrified of frogs. So naturally, when she appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Ellen tried to help her overcome her fear by giving her a frog. Did we mention "terrified"? (Hey, at least Ellen didn't frighten Al Roker. Who knows what may have happened?)
First Three Minutes of The Canyons: First came Liz & Dick, then came The Canyons. Lindsay Lohan's latest starring turn comes in this new feature, the set of which was apparently fraught with mishaps and small disasters, according to the New York Times — thanks in large part to the actress herself. Check out the first few minutes of the film here.