This week, Jon Stewart weighed in on the government shutdown, Vince Gilligan provided commentary about the Breaking Bad finale, and Zach Galifianakisinterviewed Justin Bieber. Jennifer Hudson starred in a parody of Scandal, and some construction workers starred in a parody of Miley Cyrus' music video for "Wrecking Ball." AMC also debuted "The Oath," a new web companion series to The Walking Dead. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Jon Stewart's Rockin' Shutdown Eve: On the eve of the federal government shutdown, Jon Stewart dedicated a special segment of The Daily Show to explain the stalemate in terms that everyone can understand (and laugh at).
Vince Gilligan on Colbert: Are you still in withdrawal after Sunday's Breaking Bad finale? This two-part interview between creator Vince Gilligan and Stephen Colbert on The Colbert Report may alleviate some of your symptoms.
Page 2 of 3 - Justin Bieber on Between Two Ferns: In what might be the best Between Two Ferns interview Zach Galifianakis has ever done, he asks Justin Bieber the burning questions that have been on all of our minds, such as "You've had three hairstyles. What's next for your career?" (via Tubefilter)
Daddy Knows Best Season 2: The My Damn Channel Comedy Network this week released all 10 episodes of Daddy Knows Best Season 2, starring Stephen Rannazzisi of The League as a dopey dad and Jade Catta-Preta as his long-suffering wife. Check out episode 1 here (via Tubefilter):
AMC's The Oath: Because two web companion series aren't enough, AMC has released a third online companion to The Walking Dead ahead of the show's Season 4 premiere on Oct. 13. Check out the first of three webisodes here (via Tubefilter):
Jennifer Hudson in "Scandalous": Jennifer Hudson does her best Olivia Pope impression (and it's pretty good!) in this spoof of Scandal, courtesy of Funny or Die:
Page 3 of 3 - "Wrecking Ball" Construction Parody: By now you've probably heard about a little music video from Miley Cyrus in which she writhes around naked on a wrecking ball. But what if the video took place on an actual construction site? Check out this hilarious parody.
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