Top Videos: Parks and Rec Bloopers, Jack Black's Web Series, Beyond The Bridge, More
by TV Guide News
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This week, Jack Black launched his new web series Ghost Ghirls, FX went “Beyond The Bridge” and Funny or Die posted an open letter toNewsroom creator Aaron Sorkin. In non-celebrity news, a guy woke up from surgery not realizing that the woman sitting faithfully by his side was his wife. And Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake teamed up to demonstrate the “Evolution of Endzone Dancing.”
Ghost Ghirls: Jack Black has officially debuted his web series Ghost Ghirls on Yahoo Screen. The 12-episode comedy, modeled after shows like Ghost Hunters, features Amanda Lund and Maria Blasucci as two ditsy paranormal investigators. Check out the trailer below, and view all the full episodes here. (via Tubefilter)
Parks and Recreation Season 5 bloopers: Apparently scripted jokes aren’t the only things that draw big laughs on the set of NBC’s Parks and Recreation. Don’t even bother trying to keep a straight face as you watch the blooper reel (Part 1 of 5) below:
Beyond The Bridge: As FX’s The Bridge wraps up its first season, go behind-the-scenes with the cast and crew as they explain the techniques that went into creating one of the show’s more gruesomely memorable murders.
A message to Aaron Sorkin: Are you a fan of The Newsroom, but feel that it doesn’t live up to the potential set by previous Aaron Sorkin shows like Sports Night and The West Wing? Then this Funny or Die video is for you.
Seeing your wife for the first time: Woozy after waking up from a hernia surgery, this man gets the best post-op surprise ever: realizing that the “piece of eye candy” in his hospital room is actually his wife.
The evolution of endzone dancing: They’ve gone through the history of rap, and now Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake are offering an education about the evolution of endzone dancing. Our personal faves? The “Earthquake Waiter” and the “Butt Wax On Wax Off.”
Ask a Slave: Colonial re-enactor Azie Mira Dungey got so frustrated with the ridiculous questions she would get asked by tourists visiting Mount Vernon that she decided to create her own web series: Ask a Slave. (via Tubefilter)