History Series / AmericasFunniestHomeVideos

23rd Jun '16 7:17:33 AM Monolaf317
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* RewindGag: This show likes to do backward video montages sometimes.
17th Jun '16 7:56:14 PM themisterfree
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* HistoryRepeats: Tom Bergeron had started off as a semi-known host from Boston and previously seen during the "interactive" days of Creator/{{FX}}, before being picked to head up the 1998 revival of ''Series/TheHollywoodSquares'' and then this show. Come 2015, and Alfonso Ribero becomes host- slightly different path before, but he had also hosted a revival of a Creator/MerrillHeatter game show (in this case, ''[[Series/{{Gambit}} Catch 21]]''), and then this show.
26th May '16 8:43:36 PM KoopaKid17
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* InflationNegation: The cash prizes of $10,000 for the winner, $3,000 for second place and $2,000 for third have been unchanged since the show started airing in 1989. Since then, buying power has been nearly halved.

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* InflationNegation: The cash prizes of $10,000 for the winner, $3,000 for second place and $2,000 for third have been unchanged since the show started airing in 1989. Since then, As of 2016, the buying power has been nearly halved.is less than half.
8th May '16 5:00:30 AM Brandon
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* CouchGag: The Bob Saget era briefly showed a different family near the studio audience watching the show (one episode even went as far as showing a ''caveman'' family). Sage once joked that it was the same family and they actually live in the studio. Alfonso Ribeiro has sort of created his own couch gag, in that after Jess Harnell announces his name, Alfonso walks down the steps and then performs a different dance each time.

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* CouchGag: The Bob Saget era briefly showed a different family near the studio audience (after the theme song) watching the show (one episode even went as far as showing a ''caveman'' family). Sage Saget once joked that it was the same family and they actually live in the studio. Alfonso Ribeiro has sort of created his own couch gag, in that after Jess Harnell announces his name, Alfonso walks down the steps and then performs a different dance each time.
8th May '16 4:59:49 AM Brandon
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* CouchGag: The Bob Saget era briefly showed a different family near the studio audience watching the show (one episode even went as far as showing a ''caveman'' family). Sage once joked that it was the same family and they actually live in the studio. Alfonso Ribeiro has sort of created his own couch gag, in that after Jess Harnell announces his name, Alfonso walks down the steps and then performs a different dance each time.
23rd Apr '16 11:10:33 AM TVRulezAgain
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** ''America's Funniest People'' ran from 1990-94 and was hosted by Dave Coulier -- another ''FullHouse'' performer -- and a female co-host (Arleen "[[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries Harley Quinn]]" Sorkin from 1990-92, Tawny Kitaen from 1992-94). The videos sent in to this show were of people ''intentionally'' being funny, and combined the clips with appearances by comedians and original SketchComedy segments.

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** ''America's Funniest People'' ran from 1990-94 and was hosted by Dave Coulier -- another ''FullHouse'' ''Series/FullHouse'' performer -- and a female co-host (Arleen "[[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries Harley Quinn]]" Sorkin from 1990-92, Tawny Kitaen from 1992-94). The videos sent in to this show were of people ''intentionally'' being funny, and combined the clips with appearances by comedians and original SketchComedy segments.



* ThreeDimensionalEpisode: Which also happened to be a ''FullHouse'' ReunionShow during an ABC 3-D gimmick week. Incredible awkwardness ensued as poor Saget had to toss objects at the screen to indulge the annoying gimmick while everyone else was there to see the freaking cast of ''Full House'' for the first time in two years after the show's cancellation. Oh, and it was also Saget's second-to-last episode.

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* ThreeDimensionalEpisode: Which also happened to be a ''FullHouse'' ''Series/FullHouse'' ReunionShow during an ABC 3-D gimmick week. Incredible awkwardness ensued as poor Saget had to toss objects at the screen to indulge the annoying gimmick while everyone else was there to see the freaking cast of ''Full House'' for the first time in two years after the show's cancellation. Oh, and it was also Saget's second-to-last episode.
21st Apr '16 12:55:05 AM Doug86
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--> '''Tom''': [[AnimalFarm All our clips are created equal... but these three are more equal than the rest.]]

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--> '''Tom''': [[AnimalFarm [[Literature/AnimalFarm All our clips are created equal... but these three are more equal than the rest.]]
19th Apr '16 5:38:35 PM KoopaKid17
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* ProductPlacement: In addition to EnforcedPlug above, the producers seem to like it when people send in videos featuring their misadventures at Disney's theme parks. These even appeared in the Saget era with a video catching the Abraham Lincoln animatronic malfunctioning at The Hall of Presidents.

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* ProductPlacement: In addition to EnforcedPlug above, the producers seem to like it when people send in videos featuring their misadventures at Disney's theme parks.parks, including one which won $100,000. These even appeared in the Saget era with a video catching the Abraham Lincoln animatronic malfunctioning at The Hall of Presidents.
24th Mar '16 10:23:22 AM KoopaKid17
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* ProductPlacement: Since the Bergeron era, many videos taking place at various Disney theme parks have been featured, including one which won $100,000. Makes sense since Disney owns the show. Then there are segments or ''whole episodes'' advertising the Disney Cruise Line.

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* ProductPlacement: Since In addition to EnforcedPlug above, the Bergeron era, many producers seem to like it when people send in videos taking place featuring their misadventures at various Disney Disney's theme parks have been featured, including one which won $100,000. Makes sense since Disney owns parks. These even appeared in the show. Then there are segments or ''whole episodes'' advertising Saget era with a video catching the Disney Cruise Line.Abraham Lincoln animatronic malfunctioning at The Hall of Presidents.
20th Mar '16 4:31:55 PM KoopaKid17
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* ProductPlacement: Since the Bergeron era, many videos taking place at various Disney theme parks have been featured, including one which won $100,000. Makes sense since Disney owns the show. Then there are segments or ''whole episodes'' advertising the Disney Cruise Line.
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