Have you heard that video is a big thing over at Gawker Media? It's true, we watch and post a lot of videos each week. Here are some of the best videos of week, culled from an array of Gawker Media sites.

Watch Tupac Shakur Make His First Appearance On Stage Since Dying Over Fifteen Years Ago

It was the Coachella closer to end all Coachella closers. Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Eminem, 50 Cent, Wiz Khalifa, Warren G, and Kurupt, all sharing the same stage at some point during the one-and-half-hour grand finale of Weekend One. But the set's true showstopper was none other than presumed-dead rap legend Tupac Shakur, who was resurrected for the concert by way of hologram. View »

Inside The Mind Of NBC's Pervy Cameraman: "BOOBS!"

NBC's Stanley Cup playoff coverage is fantastic; the product they air on TV is great, but the extra camera feeds they offer online add an additional degree of coverage for those truly passionate about hockey. It's clear at least one of NBC's camera operators is passionate about something else, though. View »

Ashley Judd and Friends Teach Rick Santorum a Lesson About Aborting His Campaign

Sure, Rick Santorum did some serious thinking before ending his ill-fated presidential candidacy, but did he really think hard enough about aborting such a vital force for change? Just in case, Ashley Judd, Michelle Trachtenberg, Katy Mixon, and Eliza Coupe have made this enlightening video for Funny or Die that walks ol' Rickles through every aspect of choosing to terminate one's campaign. View »

Justin Bieber's Chrome Fisker Isn't Just Tasteless, It's Illegal

Last month, Justin Bieber got this Fisker Karma as a $100,000-plus 18th-birthday gift on the Ellen Degeneres Show. Now he's given the car a chrome wrap and a few other modifications that should have him watching out for more than just the fashion police. View »

And You Thought Cel-Shading Couldn't Get Any Prettier

If you think cel-shading is only something done in cartoons, or a few video games (and mostly then to stilted effect), check out what's possible when you put a little thought into the process. View »

This Cover of Radiohead's "Creep" Will Make Your Ears Orgasm

Carrie Manolakos, a former Broadway actress who made her mark as Sophie Sheridan in Mamma Mia!, is promoting her upcoming debut album Echo with the release of a climactic "Creep" cover she performed earlier this month at Le Poisson Rouge in Greenwich Village. View »

The Game of Thrones Playmobil recreation you never knew you wanted

One is a venerable line of permanently smiling German toys. The other is an epic fantasy series with plenty of evisceration and scenes of people putting appendages in other people's holes. The result? A Dothraki love-making scene with the power to annihilate your childhood. View »

Jennifer Lawrence's Archery Skills Are No Joke

Thwack. Katniss-style. View »

Here's How Torchlight 2 Starts

The developers at Runic Games know you've been waiting. Their long-brewing RPG sequel was supposed to be out last year, to give even players a dose of hack-and-loot before the even longer-brewing Diablo III came out. Now, Blizzard's game will be hitting shelves before Torchlight 2. View »

Everything's Better in Slow Motion, Especially Things Being Destroyed for No Reason

Dumt og farligt (Stupid and Dangerous) is a Danish show featuring two dudes who have yet to read a warning label they didn't want to violate. Watch as they engage in the wanton destruction of many everyday objects - all in glorious super slow-motion. View »

Snow Leopards Are Far Too Adorable to Be Endangered

Goodness! That's a big stretch for such a little snow leopard cub. Whenever I hear a news story - see a Grey's Anatomy episode - about some strange, lonely person who kept a wild animal for a pet until one day it got big and hungry enough to maul said person, I think, "Well, that was clearly a mistake." Then a video like this comes along and I'm all, "But I want one," and, for a few enlightening seconds, I become a more empathetic person. View »

The Marlins Finally Hit A Home Run In Miami, And So We Got To See Their "Sculpture" In Action

It took a few weeks, but the Miami Marlins finally have a home run in their new ballpark (thanks to Omar Infante in the first inning of today's game against Houston) which means we've gotten our first glimpse at that wonderful center field structure in action... and now we've seen it. Back to work, everyone View »

Two Of The Scariest Cars You Could Drive On The Nürburgring

What's the more terrifying car to drive full-bore on the Nürburgring Nordschleife, the 1,200-lb, 475hp Ariel Atom V8 or the 2,800-lb, 650hp Noble M600? Let's ask Chris Harris. View »

Michele Bachmann Accuses Obama of ‘Waving a Tar Baby in the Air,' Then Backpedals Like Hell

I'm starting to wonder if it's possible for Michele Bachmann to resist the opportunity to say normal things in the stupidest, most offensive way possible. In an interview yesterday, she managed to make a conversation about high gas prices into an awkwardly racist moment where she accused the President of "waving a tar baby in the air." She's really got the gift. View »

Skyrim's "Arrow in the Knee" Makes a Guest Appearance on NCIS

I used to think the CBS Naval Intelligence procedural NCIS was a show aimed squarely at the extremely mature crowd, until a recent episode took an arrow in the knee. View »

First "Franchise" Footage Shows Ozzie Guillen Getting Suspended

Showtime released a brief, two-and-half-minute video to tease the second season of "The Franchise." The 30-minute premiere airs Saturday at 9 p.m., and if this clip is any indication, Showtime might pull in a few more subscriptions as a result. There's all the drama of building a new stadium, playing PS3 with new teammates, posing with Muhammad Ali, comparing expensive art to baseball free agency, and learning you've been suspended five games for comments about that Castro fella. View »

ICYMI: Bob Beckel Says Bad Word On Hannity, Apologizes Liberally

During the Great American Panel segment on last night's Hannity, Political commentator Bob Beckel inadvertently let an expletive fly in the direction of "Defender of Liberty" Jennifer Stefano, believing the show to be off the air. View »