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Belly Flops and TV’s Greatest Catchphrases: A Look at the Week’s Top 5 Viral TV Clips

5by_mobile_app_screenshot_304x200In our second installment of a weekly partnership with 5by, the video discovery platform that curates the web’s best viral videos, we take a look at the top five videos of the week from the platform’s TV category. Trending this week is a John Oliver takedown of Dr. Oz, a re-imagined Game of Thrones opening sequence, and Jimmy Kimmel Live’s 8th Annual Belly Flop Competition. The videos selected are based on user engagement, reactions, favorites and shares – and the social TV videos below – with context from 5by head curator Theo Tabah, are a perfect segue into the weekend.
America’s most popular doctor got a serious diss from John Oliver, sparking debate over how “magical” these nutritional supplements are.
After watching this trailer, it’s hard to believe GOT wasn’t made in the 80s.
If you liked Part 1, here’s Tastefully Offensive’s second iteration of ‘TV’s Greatest Catch Phrases.’ “Who loves orange soda?”
Only Kimmel could convince grown adults to belly flop in speedos.
You’ve never seen Jada Pinkett Smith like this.
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