Via Jason Kottke, here is the list. Call me warped, but I was impressed at how sensible the offerings were. "Learning from YouTube" strikes me as more valuable than 80 percent of what is currently on tap. I also think it is often useful to teach science through the medium of a TV show or to teach philosophy through The Simpsons. It fosters personal involvement and if you don't, most of the students aren't learning anything anyway.
But I have to say (call me a philistine if you wish), I was dismayed at "Underwater Basket Weaving," as it is taught at the University of California, San Diego. Might they have Mark Machina give a guest lecture on the relevance of non-expected utility models for underwater basket weaving?