Urlesque counts down the top 100 viral videos in the history of the web.

#80 - Bill O'Reilly Flips Out - "We'll Do It Live!"

Conservative pundit Bill O'Reilly is well-known for his short fuse, despite his consistent attempt to appear as a level-headed "everyman." Unfortunately for O'Reilly, viral history (and many a remix) was made when footage leaked from his days hosting Inside Edition, a tabloid newsmagazine. In the video, we witness the "culture warrior" at his most pigheaded, maniacal moment, furiously cursing like a madman after being unable to read the Teleprompter (and thusly taking it out on the crew). The clip also inspired one of our favorite remixes of all time. (Language NSFW) -EG

#79 - iJustine's iPhone Bill

When Apple-loving, livecasting daring Justine (iJustine) Ezarik got a new iPhone and switched her celluar service to AT&T, she was shocked when she received her first bill -- a 300-page document... in a box. Ezarik seized the opportunity to turn the camera on herself, as usual, and encourage people to sign up for e-billing in order to "save a forest." - KR

#78 - Barack Roll

Our current President has inspired hope, change... and memes. Some of the best, in fact. From heartwarming to disturbing, there's nothing like an Obamameme to make a difference in the world. A 2008 Urlies award winner, our very favorite Obamameme by far is Hugh Matkin's "Barack Roll" -- which was inspired by the internet darling Rick Roll, but takes on a whole new level of genius. It features Obama dancing and (in what must've been the most time consuming thing to edit ever) singing along with the song! He even crashed the RNC! Was the Barack Roll what pushed the Obama web vote over the edge? Just remember: He'll never give you up or let you down. -LW

#77 - Nintendo 64 Kid

Like many lucky kids in 1997, the Nintendo 64 Kid got a N64 game system for Christmas that year. What set him apart, though, was the fact that his sheer, unbridled excitement and insanity was caught on video for the world to see. Years later, when the N64 kid put the console up for sale on eBay, he revealed to the great disappointment of many that he no longer played video games. -JB

#76 - Kittens Inspired by Kittens

On the Internet, the combination of certain elements can only lead to good things. Some of these items include kids, cats, hyperbole, and manic behavior. And in "Kittens Inspired By Kittens," where one very special young lass narrates her way through a book featuring pictures of felines, we bear witness to exactly why Ritalin isn't necessarily the answer to every hyperactive kid's problems. At once adorable and frightening, our little storyteller goes at superspeed to remind us that kittens really do carry the Internet, even when they simply serve as inspiration. -EG