The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week

Want to catch up on the week's most popular web videos? Check out our top fifteen inside.

The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week1. The Most Intensely Horrible High School Girls' Hurdles Race You'll Ever See
This has me in stitches. Maybe it's the dramatic music, or the faux "Courage!" message, or the fact that all of these girls repeatedly run into/fall over each hurdle while competing, but—whatever it is—you need to watch immediately. [Gawker.TV]

The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week2. Don't Forget To Double-Check That The Tower You're Demolishing Will Fall The Right Way
Judging by the panicked screams in this video, the folks demolishing a 275-foot smoke stack in Springfield, Ohio didn't expect it to snap power lines, destroy power equipment, or terrify children when it collapsed into the wrong direction. [Gizmodo]

The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week3. Hacked Kinect Brings Us One Step Closer To Minority Report
Now that Kinect has been cracked open so that anyone with a PC (or Mac) can mess around with its code, people are free to improve on its current capabilities. Like this guy, who has "multitouch" working on the camera. [Kotaku]

The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week4. This Is What $102 Million Gets You, Devils Fans
The shootout has been one of the most welcome additions to the NHL in the last few years. The excitement's palpable and the chances of seeing either an amazing goal or an amazing stop are present. But not tonight in Dirty Jerz. [Deadspin]

The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week5. Postal Worker Secretly Films Customer's Racist Rant
Things got ugly when a black mail carrier refused to take back a letter he'd delivered to a lady in Hingham, Mass. She went on a racist rant and slapped him. He secretly taped it all on his cell phone. [Gawker]

The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week6. A Life Well Lived on Facebook
This is Facebook as Facebook's creators see it, a place free of annoying Farmville beggars, ad-backed instant messages, friendships and pokes. A place where life scrolls down in a single column packed with photos, life-changing one-liners and painful status updates. [Kotaku]

The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week7. OK Go's Amazing New Video Is 2,430 Pieces of Toast Long
I can't imagine the pressure of being in OK Go, having to constantly churn out jaw-dropping videos. Fortunately, I don't have to. I get to just sit back and enjoy the stunning results, like this stop-motion story told with toast. [Gizmodo]

The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week8. The Man Behind Is Just As Awful In Person
Nik Richie—founder of a website that cruelly mocks non-famous people—appeared on Dr. Phil today (with his wife Shayne Lamas) defending himself and his "service" to society, and remaining emotionless when confronted with the tears of people he's ridiculed. [Jezebel]

The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week9. Rocket Man Breaks Multi-Loop Record
Reminding us how cool jetpacks are, daredevil Yves Rossy jumped out of a hot air balloon Friday and successfully did two loops over Lake Geneva in Switzerland Friday at 200 mph before safely landing. Amazing video below. [Jalopnik]

The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week10. Greatest Zero-Gravity Sex Scenes of All Time [NSFW]
You haven't crossed the final frontier until you've had sex in space. It's the ultimate dream: weightless lovemaking. Here are 11 awesome zero-gravity sex one real-life zero G sexytime moment caught on video. [io9]

The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week11. Jon Stewart's Producer Arrested for Punching Heckler
In late September, Jon Stewart appeared at a Manhattan Barnes & Noble to promote his new book. A 9/11 Truther shouted some "9/11 truth" questions at him. Afterwards, a Daily Show executive producer punched that Truther in the face. [Gawker]

The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week12. The Weirdest Correct Answer in Family Feud History
Just when we thought we'd seen it all on Family Feud—remember?—a contestant ventures a guess for, "Something a burglar would not want to see when he breaks into a house," and gives the most random correct answer ever. [Gawker.TV]

The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week13. Is This the Most Amazing Solve in Wheel of Fortune History?
On Friday's Wheel of Fortune, something crazy happened. You see, a woman named Caitlin solved a seven-word, 27-letter puzzle with only one letter filled in, stunning Pat Sajak (and everyone else in the studio). Watch the unlikely feat inside. [Gawker.TV]

The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week14. Watch a Middle School Football Team's Stunning Trick Play
Here's a video from a recent football game featuring the squad from Driscoll Middle School in Corpus Christi, Texas, pulling off what's arguably one of the most epic trick plays in teenage history. Watch the quarterback's insane, impressive stunt inside. [Gawker.TV]

The 15 Best Web Videos Ever of The Week15. Chinese Build 15-Story Hotel In Just Six Days, Rest On Seventh
Six days. That's how long it took to build this level 9 Earthquake-resistant, sound-proofed, thermal-insulated 15-story hotel in Changsha, complete with everything, from the cabling to three-pane windows. The foundations were already built, but it's just impressive. [Gizmodo]