Any Lady Gaga parody is good in my books, but in fact it seems she's an extremely easy target for Weird Al in this mockery of her weirdness and clear split-personality in front of and behind the cameras and stage.
Homer breaks his tea party date with Maggie to go bowling, lying that there is an emergency at the plant. The lie is revealed when Homer bowls a perfect 300 and attracts the attention of the media. Because of his accomplishment, Homer becomes a celebrity, appearing on The Springfield Squares with Bumblebee Man, Sideshow Mel, and his old nemesis, Ron Howard. But fame proves fickle and Homer quickly goes from Man of the Moment to Where Are They Now? Depressed, he decides to devote his life to his children. Bart and Lisa don't really take to his extra-aggressive parenting, but Maggie can't refuse, mostly because she can't speak. Homer takes Maggie to a Daddy and Me swim class but she's too scared to go in the water. Later, Homer nearly drowns and only Maggie can save him. Homer realizes that he might not have fame, but he'll always have his baby.
TED 2006 -- Satirist Tom Rielly delivers a wicked parody of the 2006 TED conference, taking down the $100 laptop, the plight of the polar bear, and people who mention, one too many times, that they work at Harvard. Watch for a very special moment between Tom and Al Gore. Impossible to summarize, pointless to explain, ladies and gentlemen, Tom Rielly.
This Thanksgiving, Rick Astley performed the biggest live Rick roll since he used to perform live back in the '80s. I take that back, it's the biggest live Rick roll ever. After all, isn't Thanksgiving the day where we get together with our loved ones and let them know that we'll never give them up, let them down, run around or desert them?