Top Videos of the Week: The Wire: The Musical, Bo Obama Gets Rambunctious

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Michael Kenneth Williams | Photo Credits: Funny or Die

This week, the cast of Community spread holiday cheer (with kittens!) even though they're still not on the air, an adorable toddler took a break from dog-walking to play in a puddle, and it was so cold in Siberia that a pot full of boiling water turned to snow immediately after being thrown in the air. Check out those clips and more in our latest picks for Top Videos:

Boiling Water Turns to Snow in Siberia — Have you been complaining about the weather in your neighborhood? Chances are it's nothing compared to the frigid conditions in Siberia, where a pot of boiling water will turn to snow immediately upon being tossed into the air.

Kid Stops to Play in a Puddle: Sometimes you need to just stop and appreciate the little things in life, like the simple joy of playing in a puddle left behind after a fresh rainfall. Watch this little tyke illustrate just how intriguing Mother Nature can be — and marvel at the patience of his four-legged friend!

Bo Obama Jumps on Michelle Obama's Lap: 'Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house ... Bo Obama was interrupting a reading. The First Dog stole the spotlight from his mother, Michelle Obama, who was trying to read the Christmas Eve classic to patients at a children's hospital, by hopping up on her lap right as the story was about to begin.

Shark Tank Cracking: Well, this is horrifying. A 33-ton shark tank at a mall in Shanghai (why?) bursts open, injuring 15 people and killing three sharks. Again ... why?!

Holiday Greetings from Community: Deck the hall with boughs of kittens! The cast of Community gives fans another little tidbit to tide themselves over while the show remains on hiatus, with this video of holiday cheer.

The Wire: The Musical: Imagine all the characters from the gritty HBO series The Wire on stage singing showtunes and voila! Behold The Wire: The Musical, featuring Michael Kenneth Williams as a more theatrically inclined version of his character Omar.

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