A woman has a startling close encounter of the whale kind during a whale-watching expedition; criminal behavior with funny footage of animals caught stealing; a little boy's attempt at making cookies results in a flour fiasco; and one girl finds out that everyone's a critic when her brother reacts to her musical birthday tribute to him on the trumpet.
Clips include wedding groomsmen in for a shock when they're attacked by geese; a pilfering raccoon sneaking into a house via the doggy door for a heist; on the human side of things, a tot gets a toilet seat stuck around his head; and a man relaxing on a hammock is anything but relaxed after a tree falls on him.
Clips include really bad hair days, when a man gets a haircut only to have an attachment fall off the shaver, leaving him with a big bald patch; a woman's hair getting caught in a power drill; and a toddler throwing mom's hair products down the toilet. Other home mishaps include a little boy swallowing a flashlight with illuminating results, and what happens when a lawnmower bursts into flames.
America's Funniest Home Videos celebrates Halloween with clips that include magicians and magic gone wrong, the employee who scares his co-workers with a frightening costume, and host Tom Bergeron getting a visit from Chicken Little -- with scary videos of things falling from the sky.
Close encounters of the animal kind include a monkey who just can't get enough attention from a little girl scratching its head, a seagull swooping down on someone's ice cream snack, and a lion taking a swipe at a car in a safari park. Also: A montage of hilarious swingset mishaps.
Highlights include a hilarious montage of football follies, a food fight between a bride and groom that has serious repercussions for their wedding cake, sneaky animal clips, and a girl on her way to her prom taking a less-than-graceful tumble down the stairs.
America's Funniest Home Videos celebrates the most wonderful time of the year with a Christmas-themed episode. Hilarious holiday moments include clips of kids with unusual reactions when they open their gifts on Xmas morning, chaos when things go wrong at Christmas pageants, a holy poodle running amok during a Nativity play, and a little boy who wheels and deals with Santa for this year's gifts.
Clips of school mishaps and canine capers including one dog's showdown with a crab -- plus poolside pranks and film of a little boy in a karate tournament who chooses to run rather than face his opponent.
Highlights include comical clips of practical jokes, including a hospital orderly getting a frightful scare when a body makes a sudden resurrection, and a garbage man getting more than he bargained for when he picks up the trash. Also, firefighters lose control of a high- powered hose and a crowd gets a sudden shower, and a little boy finds his mom's mascara, with hilarious results.
Highlights include: Clips of amazing dogs and cats who can talk; a father and son wear homemade bee suits when trying to get rid of a hive on their porch, and calamity ensures; plus a musical montage featuring funny wedding wishes people have made.
When AFHV has its season finale in 2006, the three $100,000 prize winners will return to the show to compete for the Grand Prize: A Disney Vacation Club membership. The prize will include purchase price, annual dues and exchange fees. A family can enjoy 48 years of vacations at any of the Disney Vacation Club resorts, as well as 500 other destinations around the world through the Member Getaways program, plus special member benefits such as discounts on select Disney theme park passes, dining, shopping and more. Voting will again take place via ABC.com, and again one lucky viewer at home will win the identical dream prize.
Footage includes a woman who is so shocked by her surprise birthday party that she faints, a montage of hilarious graduation mishaps, plus comical canines.
Clips include what happens when a teacher startles students with a scary e-mail, a pillow fight that gets rough when one little boy loses a tooth, a little girl who sticks her mom's maxi-pads to a wall, and a monkey stealing a man's glasses.
Spring has sprung with clips ranging from Easter calamities - including an egg hidden in a tree that lands on a tot's head -- to a hilarious montage of what happens when insects attack, plus baseball mishaps.
Clips include embarrassing graduation speech goofs, a dog who runs to attack every time he hears the icemaker go on, strange and funny cat moments, and a woman who breaks the parking arm at a lot when she uses it to do the Limbo.
Clips include a woman who gets so fed up with her unreliable printer that she flings it off the balcony; a man who has a really bad hair day when his wife becomes his barber; and a practical joke when a man walking through a doorway is unaware that it has been sealed with shrink wrap.
America's Funniest Home Videos awards the final $100,000 prize of the season, with one lucky viewer at home who voted online also winning a Disney 7-Day, 6-Night Land and Sea Vacation for four. Among the finalists: Purr-fect Pet -- A cute kitty who does the strangest thing when her owner pets her; The Cupcake Kid -- a little boy who just can't share a cupcake with his grandpa; Merry Fishmas -- A not-so-merry X-mas when someone's holiday gift, fish, go belly up; and Jingle Bell Babe -- A little girl who just can't stand the snow, but it doesn't stop her from singing!.
The three $100,000 AFHV prizewinners of the season compete for the biggest vacation Grand Prize giveaway in the show's history -- membership in the Disney Vacation Club. The amazing prize will allow winners to choose magical getaways at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, Disneyland Resort in California, Tokyo Disney Resort, Disneyland Resort Paris and Hong Kong Disneyland, or aboard Disney Cruise Line, as well as at more than 500 other premiere vacation destinations around the world each year - for the next 48 years. In addition, one lucky viewer who voted online at home will win the identical dream prize.
In one for the record books, America's Funniest Home Videos celebrates its 16th season finale and the amazing fact that the beloved series is now the longest-running primetime entertainment show in ABC history.