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‘Paula Deen’s Kitchen,’ ‘Waffle House Down,’ & More Viral Videos

From a sequel to ‘White House Down’ to a reimagining of the Backstreet Boys’ most popular songs and a hip-hop Seinfeld, WATCH our countdown of this week’s buzziest videos.

06.29.13 8:45 AM ET

Seinfeld Featured on Hip-Hop Song

In what rapper Wale called “the greatest day of my professional life,” Jerry Seinfeld joined him in the studio, ostensibly to record the “Album About Nothing.” But the comedian would wind up sorely disappointed. (Skip to 1:10 for the Seinfeld bit.)

Dolce & Gabbana’s ‘Surprise’ Ending

Just as the Dolce & Gabbana men’s show came to a close in Milan, a man streaked down the runway before being chased down by security. One Italian man gives a spirited play-by-play.

‘The Homer’ Comes to Life

Looks like Homer Simpson’s dream car has become a reality. Simpsons fans will be delighted to check out this 360-degree view of the wacky replica.

‘That’s Real Retarded, Sir’

On Thursday, Trayvon Martin’s friend Rachel Jeantel was questioned regarding the circumstances leading up to the teen’s death. When the defense lawyer asked Rachel a ridiculous question, she quipped, ‘That’s real retarded, Sir.’

Antonin Scalia, G.I. Joe Villain

On Thursday’s ‘Daily Show,’ John Oliver took apart the opponents of same-sex marriage, especially that conservative curmudgeon on the Supreme Court who excoriated the DOMA ruling. Beware of ‘argle-bargle.'

Inside Paula Deen’s Kitchen: A Parody

In this hilarious fake TV show ‘African-American Cooking with Paula Deen,’ we see the embattled celebrity chef pal around with her black friend ‘Jellyroll.’

One Wild and Crazy Guy

Daredevil Nik Wallenda became the first person to cross the Grand Canyon Sunday, walking 1,400 feet on a two-inch wire—all without a safety net.

Waffle House Down

Jimmy Kimmel reveals the new trailer for the ‘White House Down’ sequel (starring Channing Tatum) that we all wish was real.

Top 10 With the Backstreet Boys

The Backstreet Boys visited David Letterman on Wednesday and serenaded the audience with a sampling of their most popular songs. But listen closely: these aren’t the lyrics you remember.

The President Is Calling

Obama placed a phone call to the Prop 8 plaintiffs to congratulate them on the Supreme Court’s decision. And he scored himself a wedding invite along the way.