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Your Week in Viral Videos: If you could record life, it would look like this

(RNN) – It's certain most of the people reading this live nowhere near Arlen's Transmission Center, but the advertisement may force you to make the drive even if your car runs fine.

It really is that good, albeit odd and somewhat hard to understand at times.

Domestic, foreign and just plain funny – this guy has it all. Everything, that is, except for a career in show business.

‘Dance With My Father'

Not many people can come close to doing a Luther Vandross song as well as he does, and most just add insult to injury.

However, a young boy named Aldrich Lloyd Talonding from the Philippines knocked an acoustic rendition out of the park.

His talent earned him kudos and an invite to perform for Ellen Degeneres. We're guessing more attention is on the way.

How's that for a vacation?

Imagine breaking in a new video camera, and the first thing you shoot is an orca swimming a few feet away.

A couple celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary in Mexico got the experience of a lifetime when some of the sea's most magnificent creatures escorted their boat.

The Avengers: PBS style

It's almost fitting Mr. Rogers passed when he did. If he saw the drivel on TV today, he would puke all over his cardigan.

But look up in the sky. It's a bird! It's a plane. It's … Bob Ross painting a bird and a plane in the sky!

Reese Witherspoon's meltdown

You would think an actress who played a high-powered lawyer with a fetish for the color pink would know better than fighting someone with a badge and gun.

Well, at least she hasn't reached the shameful level of Lindsay Lohan or Amanda Bynes.

Oh come on, you were thinking it, too.

ALSO WATCH:

Oldie but goodie: Snowball the bird

Get off, lady!

Cat: "Shhh, that's enough."

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