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YouTube Guide: 7 minutes in heaven with Tina Fey

Tina Fey stops by investigative journalist Mike O'Brien's closet for one of his famous 7-minute interviews.


Chase Hoffberger


Posted on Jan 9, 2013   Updated on Jun 2, 2021, 3:58 am CDT

With more than 72 hours of footage uploaded every minute, it’s physically impossible to keep track of the content on YouTube. But in YouTube Guide, the Daily Dot will curate its five favorite finds for each workday.

1) 7 Minutes in Heaven, “Tina Fey”

Comedy queen Tina Fey stops by Above Average Networks’ quick-witted closet to take seven minutes of questions from rugged investigative journalist Mike O’Brien. Not surprisingly, Fey has a whole slew of opinions about which Cosby family member she’d most like to watch her shower.

2) Devin Graham, “Faceteam Basketball”

Superstar short filmmaker Devin Graham traveled to Hungary to film his latest thriller, a 3-minute exposition of basketball tricks made in tandem with the acrobatic sport squad Faceteam. See if you can keep up with some of these tricks.

3) Internet Comment Etiquette, “Extracrediquette: Balls and Hipsters”

Internet Comment Expert Erik Hoffstad drops in for a quick explanation of how to handle hipsters. Not surprisingly, it involves an “8” and some equals signs. Warning: NSFW.

4) Reckless Tortuga, “Henchmen—Safe”

Hilarity ensues when two rookie league crooks are tasked with sneaking into a family’s safe for their boss.

5) The Thrash Lab, “New Generation Butchers Revive the Craft”

Butchers are boring? Please. Butchers are essential. And according to this new 8-minute mini-documentary from subculture scene-scopers The Thrash Lab, they’re turning over a new leaf. There’s a new movement of youth working its way through the meat cutting culture, and it’s starting in San Francisco. Take a peek at Angela Wilson and the new guard in badass butchery.

Photo via Above Average Network/YouTube

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*First Published: Jan 9, 2013, 6:34 pm CST