Here we are for another big Fun Video Friday.  K-Mart made a sequel to their “Ship My Pants” ad, using a new double entendre.  The plot of Patton Oswalt’s great Parks & Recreation Star Wars filibuster gets animated.  VSauce simply calls its new video, “If.”  Zombies raid Fun Video Friday a couple of times.  Superman makes an appearance.  There’s a talk show on a subway!  Several good videos come from Comedy Week.  One of them is how to start a Mumford band.  Somehow, we even got the video game Halo in, courtesy of Lindsey Stirling.  It’s the weekend.  Enjoy!

Fun Video Friday for April 24, 2013

K-Mart wasn’t done with “Ship My Pants.”  Are you ready for some “Big Gas Savings?”

Ze Frank gives his usual educational and hilarious examination of nature, this time of a curious creature known as the Aye-Aye:

Remember Patton Oswalt’s Star Wars filibuster from Parks & Recreation?  Someone animated the plot Oswalt describes:

FreddieW shows what happens when Superman gets mad at a serial killer in, “The Ultimate Nutshot:”

This bus driver just made a bunch of enemies, in this cruel, but pretty funny prank:

Magic of Rahat continues to terrorize drive-thru personnel with this zombie prank:

Zombies are clearly hot this week.  Here they are doing parkour (from Ronnie Street Stunts:)

Lindsey Stomp is back with William Joseph, for “Halo Theme:”

The history of YouTube, as sung by The Gregory Brothers:

Shmoyoho, along with tons of other YouTube stars, in a song about how the party never ends…but should:

Ricky Gervais, as David Brent, teaches guitar:

Key of Awesome pokes fun at Mumford & Sons with one of the big highlights of YouTube Comedy Week, “Start A Mumford Band!”

Improv Anywhere turns a subway car into a talk show set:

Kids are just slaying Van Halen this year.  We had a kid who did the “Hot for Teacher” drums and now we have this 14-year-old girl killing it in the famous guitar solo, “Eruption:”

1920’s “Gatsby” rendition of Psy’s “Gentleman” from Scott Bradlee Loves Ya:

I don’t play many video games anymore, but the trailers for them make me want to.  This trailer for the upcoming Call of Duty: Ghosts is amazing:

Little triumphs can be tremendously satisfying:

A nice visual treat from Fueegen and the use of “pois:”

Minute Physics says the Order of Operations is wrong:

VSauce doesn’t care about SEO this week, calling the new video, “If.”

As always, have a terrific Friday.