Fans of The Big Bang Theory, Carly Rae Jepsen and Call Me Maybe will appreciate this.
Viewed more than 13 million times in the four days since November 15, the cast and crew of CBS' The Big Bang Theory did their own version of Call Me Maybe during the taping of an upcoming episode. They're actually pretty coordinated.
So if you were one of the many people out there desperate for a remake of a music video that didn't involve Gangnam Style, here's your video.
A woman caught on camera driving on a sidewalk to pass a Cleveland school bus that was unloading children stood in the cold Tuesday at an intersection holding a sign warning people about idiots.
A Cleveland Municipal Court judge ordered 32-year-old Shena Hardin to serve the highly public sentence for one hour Tuesday and Wednesday for the Sept.
I've never really liked Jimmy Kimmel, but every once in a while, something he doesn't do that's associated with his show goes viral.
Like this video of parents telling their children that they ate all of their Halloween candy while they were asleep.
If it sounds familiar, it's because it is. Kimmel did it last year.
Psy's Gangnam Style has been lighting up YouTube for weeks, now it's lighting up a house... Halloween style.
The video credits this 2011 video featuring the Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO as its inspiration.
If you haven't pulled out the old remote control cars in a while, this video may just inspire you to pick up some fresh batteries.
Produced as part of the promotional effort for a new Need For Speed video game, it's one of the most recent stabs at viral video marketing. The Popinator, anyone?
If Thursday night's vice presidential debate didn't do much for you, perhaps an entertaining second look at the convention speeches is in order.
The Gregory Brothers produced the 8-bit video game-inspired video above as an op-ed piece for the New York Times. You can see more of their entertaining work at their website, www.thegregorybrothers.com.