This week, Brian Williams returned to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to once again slow-jam the news, this time touching on hot topics like the fiscal cliff. The folks at CollegeHumor wondered what Homeland would look like as an old-school video game. And, as 30 Rock prepared for its final episode, Tina Fey took us on a tour of Liz Lemon's apartment. Check out those clips and more in our Top Videos of the Week:
Brian Williams slow-jams the news: Williams and Jimmy Fallon reunite to go over the big headlines of the week, over a smooth backing track, courtesy of house band The Roots. The fiscal cliff never sounded so good!
Homeland as a video game: What would Homeland look like as an old-school video game? Check out this clip to find out.
Scottie puppy pinwheel: A litter of Scottie dog puppies unwittingly created this performance art piece — turning dinnertime into a synchronized pinwheel dance.
Eyebrow cat: We're equal-opportunity animal fans here at TVGuide.com, so here's a cute cat video to balance out the puppy love. Meet Sam, whose fur patterns make it look like he has two eyebrows — and is worried all the time.
Tina Fey gives a tour of Liz Lemon's apartment: In honor of 30 Rock's final episode (Thursday at 8/7c on NBC), take a tour of Liz Lemon's apartment with Tina Fey. You know you want to go to there!
Kenneth the Page's backstory: And because we're trying to stock up on all things 30 Rock before the show ends this week, here's the strange, beautiful backstory of Kenneth the Page (Jack McBrayer), told in his own words.
Community mash-up: Taking over 30 Rock's timeslot, Community (finally!) returns to the air. Check out this musical promo. Will you be watching?