08.11.12 8:45 AM ET
Hillary Clinton, McKayla Maroney, the Olympics, and More Viral Videos
From Hillary Clinton’s grinding to a 90210 reunion and the U.S. women’s Olympic soccer victory, watch our countdown of this week’s buzziest videos.
Bin Laden Hunt Goes Hollywood
Watch the first trailer for Zero Dark Thirty, acclaimed director Kathryn Bigelow’s upcoming film about the harrowing search for the world’s most-wanted terrorist.
An Old Navy 90210 Reunion
What has the power to finally bring the stars of 90210 back together? How about $19 jeans? Watch Old Navy’s new viral ad campaign, starring some old familiar faces.
While it’s pretty much impossible to improve on the amazingness that is Olympic synchronized swimming, we couldn’t resist trying. Watch our pumped-up mashup.
Weirdest Romney Parody Yet?
Brace yourself for one of the most bizarre attack ads of the season—featuring a Romney lookalike, a Swiss miss, a dog, and a remake of Aqua’s “Barbie Girl.” Have its liberal creators gone too far?
A Mad Dash for Free Vibrators
Call it an ingenious marketing strategy. Trojan commanded the attention of many a New Yorker Wednesday with vibrator giveaways from would-be hot-dog stands around the city. Was it worth the wait? Newsweek & The Daily Beast interviewed people in line to find out.
A Short History of Bluth Catchphrases
At long last, Arrested Development began filming a fourth season this week, and to celebrate we’ve compiled some of our favorite Bluth family’s one-liners. Come on! Watch our mashup!
U.S. Women’s Soccer Wins Olympic Gold
Call it the ultimate redemption. After the Japanese defeated the U.S. women’s team in the World Cup, the Americans came back to win the gold medal against them.
McKayla Maroney and Jenna Bush Do the Dougie
How have the members of the U.S. women’s gymnastics team been passing their free time in London? By teaching a former first daughter how to do the dougie on top of a moving double-decker bus, it seems. Only at the Olympics!
Curiosity Touches Down!
Curiosity, the largest spacecraft ever sent to another planet, landed safely on Mars early Sunday morning. The success of the mission delighted NASA scientists, who leapt to their feet when the news was announced.
Watch Hillary Clinton Grind
Secretaries of state—they’re just like us! Watch as Clinton gets low on the dance floor in South Africa.