So many videos in this week’s Fun Video Friday, including a nice, long conversation with Jerry Seinfeld and Sarah Silverman in the season 2 debut of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.”  The Lonely Island has a song that will tell you what you need to do, even if it’s to punch your best friend.  There’s an amazing video with Travis Pratt and his audition on “America’s Got Talent,” someone sat down and edited together the 100 best movie compliments of all time, and Vsauce wants to know exactly what is the best honor to receive.

Fun Video Friday, June 14, 2013

The Lonely Island teams with Robyn, Sean Combs, and Paul Rudd in “Go Kindergarten,” and they’ll tell you what you need to do (bad language, of course):

Dave Hax blows my mind by showing us all “How to Fold A Shirt in Under 2 Seconds:”

Many of you will probably be seeing Man of Steel this weekend.  So why not take a look at Rhett & Link’s “Man of Steel: The Musical:”

The debut of season 2 of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” stars Sarah Silverman riding around (and getting some coffee) with Jerry Seinfeld in a 1969 Jaguar E-Type (a tad bit of bad language):

Stuart Edge does a money magic trick for the homeless that is both helpful and entertaining:

Arrested Development‘s all-time fakest websites:

Ryan Higa imagines what Candy Crush: The Movie might be like:

It’s possible to over-analyze those texts before you send them:

The “reviews” are in for Steven Soderbergh’s HBO movie, “Behind the Candelabra.” (some bad language):

Here’s a dose of weirdness, featuring “totally legal” Energy Noodles (and some unexpected side effects that people might find offensive):

The Fine Bros. spoil 50 YouTube videos from May:

DV Nova has sorted out the “decades-old” evolution of Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky:”

Huggies makes it possible for dads to “experience” pregnancy in “Dad’s Pregnant:”

This is what happens when you put hot charcoal in liquid oxygen…in slow motion:

Minute Earth compares the beer industry to biodiversity:

Why are there righties or lefties?  Hank Green tells us the possible reason:

What’s the real secret behind muscles and general strength?  ASAP Science has the answer:

Vsauce asks, “What is the greatest honor?”