Web series and web video bits from around the internets worth clicking today:

Very Mary-KateVery Mary-Kate parodies the “boho life of an Olsen twin,” or in this case Mary-Kate Olsen, in this new comedy series from creator-star Elaine Carroll. Four episodes have been released so far on verymarykate.com. [The Frisky]

Stickam is live streaming NATPE conference sessions in Las Vegas this week, which shows off the company’s PayPerLive service that lets content creators charge viewers for access to its live videos. In this case they are charging $200 for all-access passes and $10 for individual sessions. So for cost-conscious (or travel averse) folks that don’t mind skipping the in-person value of conference face time, it’s not bad way to stay in the loop. [NATPE]

Break Media is prepping a massive Super Bowl Stadium made of food, and crafting a special video with it for rollout next week on Break.com and its Holy Taco site. It’s a bigger version of a smaller concept that spread like crazy last year at Super Bowl time. I went on set and snapped an early pic from the shoot, trying not to eat anything there, while the local FOX station shot some behind-the-scenes video. [FOX 11 LA]

How Avatar Should Have Ended is the latest video (below) from the How It Should Have Ended series, which recently teamed up with Starz Digital Media. It only figure that they would follow-up with their smash hit “Twilight: How It Should Have Ended” with an alt-take on newly crowned highest grossing movie of all time. [HISHE.com]

The Fine Brothers continued their online video obsession with ABC’s LOST today with a new video (below) in advance of the hit TV drama’s final season that bows Feb 2nd. They have outdone themselves with an elaborately produced music video starring the brothers Rafi and Benny along with fellow YouTubers Rhett & Link asking mind bending questions, in song, like: “If so many met the castaways in the past why don’t they remember them later?” There’s even a free MP3 available now.  [YouTube]

EPIC FU debuted the first episode of its new Epic Fu Music, which comes complete with close captioning (click CC) for the hearing impaired. The opening ep (below) takes a close look at efforts musicians are making to help Haiti and a cool music project that pairs street musicians up with pop songs. [YouTube]

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