Rainn Wilson launches a talk show out of his van, Felicia Day finally tries a sport, and Belle and Berenice make weekend plans.

With over 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) Rainn Wilson, “Rainn Wilson needs you to pimp out his van!”

Next to cross the threshold from the TV to the small screen: comedy stud Rainn Wilson. The man who played Dwight Schrute on The Office has a new channel, Soul Pancake, that he’s planning to roll out this week, and he’s been doing a whole load of work to hype up its programming. Today, Wilson showed up to throw some love towards his talk show, Metaphysical Milkshake, and the van wherein he’ll host it.

2) Product Displacement, “Smith & Flowers”

For those who feel like their attorneys don’t do enough to get to know the real story. The law offices of Smith and Flowers are focused on finding out exactly what happened and how it affects you, the victim. They’ve made it their mission to personally reenact every disastrous scenario that winds you up in court.

3) Felicia Day, “Felicia Day Tries a Sport!

Here’s something you don’t see every day: Felicia Day standing on a tennis court. In this week’s installment of Skill Set, Day teams up with Brian Cabildo, a “yo-yo professional” who goes by Glasseye, to learn the tricks of the trade of one of the world’s most gratifying pastimes.

4) Belle & Bernice: Livin’ in the City, “New Restaurant”

Belle’s getting all dolled up to head out for an evening of entertainment at a posh new restaurant opening. Bernice…well, Bernice is eating fried chicken on the couch. But she says she’s got a whole lot planned for Friday night. Find out what she’s getting into—”it’s gonna stink!”

5) The Warp Zone, “Batman Rap”

It’s Batman season, which means it’s high time we get ourselves some Batman raps. Inspired by last week’s premiere of The Dark Knight Rises, The Warp Zone asserts Bruce Wayne’s pole position atop the superhero ranks—and even throws in a hard-nosed back and forth with some of the franchise’s greatest villains.

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