The stars of Beverly Hills Chihuaha 2 make an appearance in this episode.
The Muppets join Tom as special guests appearing throughout the episode.
This themed show features AFV's favorite dogs, cats, and other pets.
In this themed episode a boy loses his tooth trying to unwrap a gift.
This themed episode features people get scared by frightening costumes.
Clips include amazing trick basketball shots and Tom's home movies.
In this messy episode, a boy gets into mom's makeup!
Classic Halloween clips are the focus of this episode.
The Muppets join Tom in this $100,000 episode.
Clips include the top reasons hamsters are better than rats
Clips include a kid who gives clean dishes a spit shine!
This special show features a cheetah and anteater from the San Diego zoo.
Clips include a a kid with a piece of pasta stuck up his nose.
The makers of this season's funniest video win a vacation for four.
A boy sneaks food while pretending to pray; a girl asks if a pregnant woman ate the baby; a girl makes animal faces and sounds; two men try to catch a spider; a tired toddler tries to stay awake.
Sisters react when their mom reveals she's pregnant; funny dog videos; inventive wedding proposal.
America's Funniest Home Videos begins its 23rd season by flaunting what has made it the longest running primetime entertainment show in ABC history - videos that are genuinely funny.
Sisters react when their mom reveals she's pregnant.
A soldier surprises his girlfriend; a Marine with an unusual way of cutting cake at his wedding; dogs eating with human hands.
Funny signs; people on crutches; a dog reacts to wearing little booties.
Emmy Award-winner Tom Bergeron hosts America's Funniest Home Videos. From practical jokes to home improvement plans gone awry, to animal mishaps and just flat out strange behavior, this show pulls out all the stops to present everyday people caught on tape in their most embarrassing moment.
Executive producer Vin Di Bona and co-executive producers Todd Thicke and Michele Nasraway talk about how they get clips for the show, with over 700,000 clips submitted over the show's 20 seasons. Vin talks about the show's origins and pitching it to ABC.
Executive producer Vin Di Bona and co-executive producer Todd Thicke talk about their reaction to YouTube and the rise of on-line video. Vin says it's hard to protect and police his rights when the show's clips appear on the Internet without permission.
Executive producer Vin Di Bona discusses the differences between the show's original host Bob Saget (a stand-up comedian) and current host Tom Bergeron (a broadcaster). Vin talks about hiring Tom for the show and also tells a Mike Wallace story.
Executive producer Vin Di Bona and host Tom Bergeron talk about working together in their early days at TV station WBZ/Boston. Vin was in specials and documentaries, and Tom hosted a talk show, "People Are Talking."
Executive producer Vin Di Bona, co-executive producers Michele Nasraway and Todd Thicke, and host Tom Bergeron talk about clip clearance legal issues. They must get permission from all participants, often involving a lot of detective work.
Executive producer Vin Di Bona and his colleagues of more than 20 years (co-executive producers Todd Thicke and Michele Nasraway) talk about how they put their successful show together. There is always something for everybody: sweet versus whacky moments.
Executive producer Vin Di Bona, co-executive producers Michele Nasraway and Todd Thicke, and host Tom Bergeron discuss the unique and hysterical range of clips they receive. They agree with Tom's conclusion that "stupid is universal."