10. Get Back in the ‘Game’
Game of Thrones, that is. The latest trailer for the next season of the hit HBO series is out, giving fans a glimpse of things (and dragons) to come.
9. Car Crash Caught Live
Anything can happen on TV, and this video proves it. Watch as a reporter tries to stay calm while two cars collide behind her.
8. Jon Stewart Defends Barack ‘Snoboma’
When Rick Santorum thumbed his nose at Obama’s drive for higher education, he opened the floodgates for criticism. Watch as Jon Stewart schools him on the actual meaning of a “snob.”
7. No Dictators Allowed
Rumor had it that the Academy banned Sacha Baron Cohen from attending the Oscars dressed as his unforgiving character from The Dictator. We don’t know if this is true, but Cohen’s video response addressing the rumor deserves an award for hilarity.
6. Newt's Rambling Post-Primary Speech
Newt Gingrich was not victorious in Tuesday's primaries, but he did win for the longest concession speech. Clocking in at nearly 40 minutes and touching on a variety of subjects from moving old trees with friends to lowering gas prices, Newt's address surely confused anyone listening.
5. J.Lo: ‘There Was No Nipple’
And now for your daily dose of awkward TV banter: Steven Tyler gave Jennifer Lopez a run for her money on American Idol Tuesday, teasing her about her borderline nip slip at the Oscars.
4. The Red-Carpet Dictator
Despite reports saying otherwise, Sacha Baron Cohen was allowed to walk the Oscars red carpet dressed as the character from his upcoming movie, The Dictator. And he totally behaved himself … Kidding!
3. Meghan McCain Slams HBO's 'Game Change'
HBO's Game Change won't be broadcast until March 10, but Meghan McCain has seen the clips and isn't happy. Here, she vents about the film, Tom Hanks, and shares a bit of gossip.
2. Daydreaming With Davy Jones
Feeling down? You can cheer up along with sleepy Jean by listening to The Monkees’ hit “Daydream Believer.” The lead vocalist on the track died Wednesday, but 1960s pop fans won’t soon forget his tunes.
1. ‘The Artist’ Wins Big
The Artist swept the major Academy Awards Sunday evening. Watch as the silent film wins Best Picture at the end of the show—with a special appearance from Uggie.