Personally, I'd be inclined to say no for a few reasons.
- Music videos and commercials are specifically out of scope per the help center. I would lump random YouTube/Internet videos in that same general category.
- The community appears to be trending away from accepting identify-x questions per other Meta posts like this one.
- Meme videos are endlessly derivative. You might want help identifying the Star Wars Kid, but you saw version X and I'm describing version Y. The general description matches each time, but you never get what you want because I can't find the exact version you want.
That being said I think there is some gray area with some Internet videos.
Personally I would say popular web series like Red vs. Blue would be on topic for identification/questions in my opinion however because there is a continuity, and the series does loosely emulate a narrative comedic TV show.
I would call other popular web based series like Strong Bad and/or Funny or Die off topic for identify questions, and information questions. The clips are generally short and stand alone. Similarly I think identify-this-episode questions are off topic for TV shows like America's Funniest Home Video, or The Price Is Right for the same reason.
I purposefully chose older references here because the OP was talking about an older Internet video.