On “The Outbreak” we give you the week’s most infectious videos, recently released music videos and upcoming movie trailers. With so many to chose from, we took the the ones that trended the most and contained them right here.

In this week’s edition: Seth Rogen addresses the Senate on Alzheimer’s Research. We catch up with Bryan Cranston as he battles Godzilla in the new trailer for the movie and Paul Rudd goes one on one with Jimmy Fallon.

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Seth Rogen Opening Statement On C-SPAN

Actor Seth Rogen gives his opening statement before a Senate hearing on Alzheimer’s Research.

Cookie Monster: Authorities Nab Accused Girl Scout Cookie Thief

Girl Scouts call him a Cookie Monster, after this suspect took off with their cash jar outside a North County supermarket over the weekend. CBS News 8 captured exclusive video of the suspect, 21-year-old David Betancort, being arrested Thursday afternoon. Officers went to the suspect’s home to serve him with an unrelated arrest warrant. Seeing them, he bolted, but was taken into custody following a brief foot chase.

Read More at CBS8.com

“Dunkin Love” – Beyonce Parody

#Ratchet Productions and Tal Ariel Productions present the World Premiere of “DUNKIN LOVE”; a parody of Beyonce’s “Drunk in Love”. Featuring Reggie White and Adrian Anchondo.

‘Godzilla’ Main Trailer

The preview trailer, released Tuesday, is one of the first glimpses we’ve gotten at the reboot from British director Gareth Edwards and starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Olsen, Sally Hawkins, Juliette Binoche and Ken Watanabe.

[ MORE AT: ‘Godzilla’ Stomps All Over San Francisco In New Movie Preview ]

Lip-sync Battle w/ Paul Rudd

On Tuesday’s episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” both Fallon and guest Paul Rudd took a turn at lip-syncing some well-known songs — marking the late-night talk show’s first official battle.

Get more at CBSNews.com

Silicon Valley Season 1: Trailer

The first full length preview of HBO’s new comedy series “Silicon Valley” is released. The show is directed by Mike Judge, best known for directing the 1999 feature film “Office Space” and creating the animated comedy series “Beavis and Butt-head.” Judge filmed the pilot in Palo Alto and other parts of the South Bay.

Trojan Mailing

How UPS, TNT and DPD advertised for DHL. Involuntarily and clueless.