Really bad hair days with a series of clips of the weird things folks get stuck in their hair, hilarious gymnastic goofs, a cranky cat taking out its frustration on its human, a little boy getting a big surprise when he pretends to break a guitar (and does), and teens inventing an amazing new way to catch fish.
Summer may be over, but the memories linger with a montage of clips featuring summer trouble, set to Outkast's hit song, "Hey Ya": teens make a fool out of their friend with a practical joke; a little boy helps mom out by doing the dishes.. and giving them a spit shine; and the phrase 'catch of the day' takes on a whole new meaning when a man discovers a live opossum in his barbeque grill.
A montage of funny piqata accidents; when yo-yos attack -- clips featuring comical yo-yo mishaps; plus video of a man receiving the surprise of his life when he sees his wife's ultrasound results and finds out they're having twins.
We see you when you're sleeping, with a series of clips showing the weird ways people snore; clips of the chaos that ensues when a man tries to cook a lobster who doesn't want to be dinner, and a montage of canine capers with hilarious clips of dogs causing trouble.
It's Happy Halloween on "America's Funniest Home Videos," with highlights including a musical montage of the unsuspecting getting scared out of their wits by others in frightful costumes; and animal horrors, including what happens when a man tries to get rid of a beehive, and a moose decides to pay a family a visit in their garage.
It's a really big night as the winner of the $100,000 video grand prize is revealed, and one lucky viewer at home will learn that he or she has won a trip for eight people to Walt Disney World.
Highlights include hilarious sneezes, a practical joke with a mom scared by a baby holding a fake snake, and a one man's shocking encounter with an electric fence. Also, the show announces the beginning of the "Vote At Home" sweepstakes, as viewers at home can commence voting on abc.com for the next $100,000 cash grand prize for best video submission, with an added bonus -- one lucky viewer who votes via the internet will randomly be selected to win an unforgettable vacation prize for eight people to Walt Disney World.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in a holiday-themed episode that includes a merry montage of mishaps in the snow, a bah-humbug cat taking on a Christmas tree and other jolly snafus.
Highlights include videos of amazing basketball shots, a food fight that breaks out while some women are picking mulberries, an expectant dad who just can't take it and passes out in the delivery room, and a mailman who's menaced by the neighborhood peacock.
A bear decides to take a siesta on someone's backyard hammock, a man is terrified of a huge spider and a musical montage saluting funny felines.
A wedding party goes for a wild ride on golf carts, dogs try to catch a mouse and end up tearing up part of a house instead, and a montage of dads' hysterical reactions when confronted with a dirty diaper.
It's a really big week for the movie business, and "America's Funniest Home Videos" salutes home video aficionados everywhere with its own kudocast, the 2005 "Homie" Awards, with awards going to AFHV submissions for best actor and actress, best stunt and, of course, best canine performance, among others. Then, the awards continue as the second $100,000 winner for the season is announced; and viewers at home will learn which lucky online voter will be awarded a magical Disney Cruise Line vacation to the Bahamas.
A clever dog uses his wits (and a handy stool) to escape from his doggy gate, a not-so-clever human narrowly misses a crocodile's jaws, a little boy frightens his mom with a tub full of quacking ducks, and a musical montage features monkeys and chimps doing the craziest things.
The show will feature a call to viewers to "Go Vote" online at abc.com for the last $100,000 prize winner of the season.
The Muppets pay a visit to "America's Funniest Home Videos" to help host Tom Bergeron award the final $100,000 prize of the season. They'll also show a never-before-seen Muppet "home video."
In a show filmed on location in Walt Disney World, this season's three $100,000 prize winners will return to compete for the grand prize, the trip of a lifetime to all 11 Disney theme parks around the world, including Disney Paris, the Tokyo Disney Resort and the newest Disney theme park in Hong Kong.