Top Videos: Charles Ramsey, James Franco Between Two Ferns, Walking Dead Bad Lip Reading
This week, Jimmy Fallon scored the first (and probably only) interview with Kentucky Derby winner Orb, and also conducted a "lip sync-off" with John Krasinski. James Franco stopped by Zach Galifianakis' Funny or Die show "Between Two Ferns," while Nicole Richie and David Cross launched their own web series. And Charles Ramsey, the eloquent and unsuspecting Cleveland resident who discovered that his neighbor was keeping three women against their will in his home, became a true American hero. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Pig v. Goat: We're a few weeks late to the game on this one, but we couldn't resist including the plight of a poor pig who's trying to soak up some sun — if only his pen-mate, a baby goat, would let him relax in peace.
Between Two Ferns with James Franco: It's been a banner week for Zach Galifianakis! First, the Hangover III star hosted Saturday Night Live, and then, for the latest installment in his "Between Two Ferns" Funny or Die series, Zach Galifianakis interviews James Franco. An example of his hard-hitting questions? "I don't consider what you did at the Oscars hosting the Oscars. Would you ever consider hosting it properly?" Plus, the video includes a musical cameo from Andy Samberg's band The Lonely Island.
Nicole Richie's #CandidlyNicole: Watch the premiere of #CandidlyNicole, Nicole Richie's new AOL reality web series based on her life and Twitter habits. In this episode, Richie looks into getting her lower back tattoo removed. (via Tubefilter)
Bad Lip Reading — The Walking Dead: Going through Walking Dead withdrawal? Have no fear! AMC's zombie series is the latest show to get the re-dub treatment from the folks at YouTube channel Bad Lip Reading. Check out The Walking (and Talking) Dead below (via Tubefilter):
Jimmy Fallon Interviews Orb: Exclusive! As part of his pre-Kentucky Derby coverage, Jimmy Fallon sat down with Orb, the eventual winner of the race, for an on-camera interview.