Last month (I see them monthly), I showed them this video, which someone posted a while ago:
which led to discussion about speech habits / colloquialisms / trends / 'filler' words in English, and their equivalents in French. I then showed them another video from youtube of a woman speaking English in 21 different accents, and we discussed regional accents and how they perceived them, which ones they found easiest, which most difficult etc. Then I showed them a clip from Friends where Phoebe teaches Joey to speak French. This they found hilarious and we had a very interesting discussion on non-native speakers perceptions of a language.
What I'm asking is if anybody knows of any other interesting youtube videos which might entertain them AND lead to interesting debate. They have quite an advanced level - they're studying Romeo & Juliet... Speaking of which, if anyone has found anything (video or other) humorous or enlightening Shakespeare-related online, that'd also be useful!
Any help appreciated. I thought this'd be the place to ask. Thanks.