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Posted at 10:43 AM ET, 12/20/2006

Video Vacation

By Liz Kelly

It's the week before Christmas which may not mean much except that things have slowed to the usual pre-holiday pace. It's nearly impossible to get anything done, so we turn to distractions -- like celebrity blogs -- to make it through the day. It's okay, I won't tell. In fact, as colleagues duck out for ski trips, sudden sick days and long afternoons of last-minute shopping, close your office door/put on your headphones and have yourself a nice little video vacation. I promise the day will go faster.

Viral Video Chart has compiled what it considers to be the top celebrity viral videos of 2006. I'm underwhelmed with their No. 1 choice of Britney Spears seemingly-stoned babbling to a pre-marriage K-Fed. And Justin Timberlake's late-in-the-year entry from "SNL" didn't make the list at all. Still, goodies like Paris Hilton singing happy birthday to Hugh Hefner and Pam Anderson's f-bomb assault on the paparazzi are well worth a look. (Note: Because celebs have potty mouths, these videos are heavy on workplace inappropriate language.)


Santa and Rudolph. (CBS)

A much longer time suck is available from fanpop.com's listing of 101 Christmas specials all viewable online. From "It's a Wonderful Life" to "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer," all the classics are present. But the true value of this list lies in the links to long-forgotten gems, like "Tom & Jerry's Night Before Christmas" and the "Scooby Doo Christmas Special" and even videos like Band Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas?" and Run DMC's "Christmas in Hollis." (Via PopCandy)

Happy watching.

By Liz Kelly  | December 20, 2006; 10:43 AM ET
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