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09.15.13

A Home Depot Marriage Proposal, Joking Bad & More Viral Videos

From the science of heartbreak and a scary Nicolas Cage version of ‘Wrecking Ball’ to the evolution of end zone dancing, WATCH our countdown of this week’s buzziest videos.

10. A National Treasure

Never has eight seconds been so rewarding… and terrifying. We’ve all seen Miley’s newest music video for “Wrecking Ball,” but you have you seen Nic Cage do it?

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9. Move Over, Peyton

How did a 10-year-old make it on SportsCenter’s top 10 plays? By scoring a touchdown... by himself. With no receivers open, the little tyke ran to the end zone himself, running over 40 yards and taking down an entire line of defensemen in the process.

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8. The Science of Heartbreak

“Sometimes it lasts in love and sometimes it hurts instead,” says Adele. But have you ever wondered why it hurts? It’s not just psychological; heartbreak really does hurt.

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7. There’s a Name for That

What do you call the smell after it rains? Did you know there’s a name for the sound produced by the movement of silk? Well, John Greene has the answers.

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6. Joking Bad

“I am the one who knocks”... or is it Jimmy Fallon? Fallon finds out he has only six months left on Late Night and things take an unexpected turn. Watch him transform into Walter White in this 13-minute parody of AMC’s Breaking Bad.

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5. Introducing the iPhone 5

With the release of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, loyal Apple consumers will be lining up at Apple stores across the nation to get their hands on the newest technology. But is the technology all that new? YouTube star David So breaks it down in this parody.

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4. The Evolution of End Zone Dancing

From the “Manti Te’o on a Date” to the “I thought I Just Saw Aaron Hernandez”, Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake travel through the history of touchdowns and the evolution of the end zone dance

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3.  One World Trade Center

Twelve years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, another skyscraper graces the New York City skyline. Standing at 1,776 feet, One World Trade Center started construction in October 2004 and will be completed in early 2014. Watch a time lapse of the Western Hemisphere’s tallest building being built

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2.  Wood You Marry Me?

Get ready to take a ‘feel’ trip to the lumber aisle of a Salt Lake City Home Depot. Dustin thought he was just picking out some lighting for a party, but little did he know, he would be asked the question of a lifetime.

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1. The George Costanza Collection?

New York Fashion Week attracted crowds who prided themselves on their knowledge of the latest and greatest in high fashion. In this episode of “Lie Witness News,” Jimmy Kimmel exposes their true colors. It’s a late-night laugh riot.

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