Last night, NBC aired a live special to raise money for Red Nose Day to help children around the world. Pretty much every celebrity you can think of was part of the show -- since "Do You Want to Help Save Children?" is a strong pitch. You can head to NBC's site to see the full episode and learn how you can get involved with donations, but here are five video highlights:



"Indiana Jones With Anna Kendrick"

As this video's intro states, "After the excitement surrounding the all-female 'Ghostbusters' reboot, Hollywood is now remaking hundreds of classic films with female leads." Cue Anna Kendrick in "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade." We see her in the pivotal scene where she has to choose the right grail cup ... and maybe choose a few more to take home and decorate her house.




"Game of Thrones, Coldplay's New Musical"

You may have seen the clip of Peter Dinklage singing "Still Going Strong," but that's just the tip of the iceberg for "Game of Thrones: The Musical." The 6-minute video is a must-watch, partly for Emilia Clarke's "Rastafarian Targaryan" jam, but mostly because it revives our love for Jon Snow and Ygritte. Kit Harington and Rose Leslie bring their red hot chemistry to the video -- ("Wildling! You pull your bowstring, and shoot me") -- and she even drops a "You know NUTHIN" line to Chris Martin. Owned.




"Celebrity Phone Tree With Seth Meyers and Friends"

This is great. Red Nose Day host Seth Meyers tries to recruit celebs over the phone and the message gets hilariously lost along the way as it travels from Chris Pine to Emily Blunt to John Krasinski to Zac Efron to Neil Patrick Harris to Sean "Puff" Combs, to Jennifer Aniston to Jennifer Garner to Matt LeBlanc to Reese Witherspoon. Who wouldn't say yes to a benefit about, um, animal alcoholism?



"Kermit and Ed Sheeran's Rainbow Connection"

Self-explanatory and totally adorable.



"Jack Black and Felix"

This one is more serious and moving. Jack Black heads to Uganda and shows viewers exactly where their donations will be going. He meets a little boy named Felix who wants to go home with him. It's heartbreaking. You can try not to cry, but ... it won't work.



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