One of the most creative music videos of the ’90s, Spike Jonze’s take on Weezer’s “Buddy Holly” transports Rivers Cuomo & co. onto an episode of the 1970s sitcom Happy Days. The band plays a show at (where else?) Arnold’s for Richie, the Fonz and the rest of the gang. Jonze’s seamless integration of scenes from the original show with stunt doubles (especially during Fonzie’s dance at the end) as well as the video’s snarky jokes (there’s a “To Be Continued” fake commercial break in the middle of the song) made it one of the most popular videos of the decade. It also cemented Weezer as the era’s geekiest, smartest band.