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ABC's longest-running primetime entertainment show, America's Funniest Home Videos, returns for season 26 this fall with the same mission -- giving families something genuinely funny to enjoy together on Sunday nights. Along with a new host, the upcoming season will welcome an abundant supply of fresh clips to keep families laughing from coast to coast."AFV," the longest-running primetime entertainment show in ABC history, returns for season 27 with the same mission - to provide viewers with hysterical moments that fly by at a dizzying pace.
. Season premiere highlights include clips of the painful hilarity that ensues when men get their hair waxed; a little boy getting some unwanted help from his brother when making his first jump off a diving board; a puppy going to great lengths to avoid a bath and a deer giving a man a swift kick in the head.
Clips include what happens when dad gets his arm caught in a car power window and his son tries to free him, medical students playing practical jokes on their instructor and a man who becomes the target of a bird.
Clips include parents who discover their young daughter has been hiding food for months in a table leaf; video of people getting hysterical when they learn a loved one is pregnant, and wedding mishaps, including a groom who picks up his bride and drops her in the aisle.
Clips include the mayhem that ensures when a couple tries to catch a squirrel that has invaded their house; birthday cake mishaps; kids at their most hilarious; video of funny pug dogs and cats, plus a musical montage.
Clips include a montage of people who are crazy dancers, video footage of a boy who sleeps standing up and in other weird positions, brothers who sabotage their sister's performance, and an embarrassing moment when a man exits a public restroom trailing toilet paper.
Clips include hilarious baseball mishaps; practical jokes, including a man startled by firecrackers set off by co-workers and a woman shocked to find a (fake) mouse in her cupboard; and animal antics, from a bulldog who struggles in vain to get a butterfly off his nose to an alligator that goes after a fisherman's catch.
Clips include football mishaps, a mom with a beauty mud mask who startles her tot, and a man goofing around who accidentally sticks his hand in a ceiling fan.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, as AFHV salutes the holiday with clips that include a little girl who refuses her sister's participation in the singing of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," a little boy who gives an unusual performance of "Jingle Bell Rock" during a school recital, Santa Claus tripping down the stairs, a little boy who is very upset with his Xmas presents (clothes), and a pug who plays scrooge when he steals a cat's treats -- and the cat decides to give him some payback.
In this edition of AFHV, someone will go home with $100,000 in prize money. Clips in the running include footage of a toddler with a special dance for each state of the union, a cat resisting a bath, an over-eager tot trying to blow out the birthday candles too soon, a toddler making a break from his crib, a hula-hoop-challenged three-year-old, two boys mocking their sister's dance routine, and a four-year-old's musical tribute to Barry Manilow.
Clips include a woman who wakes up to find her dog has trashed her kitchen, a montage of trampoline accidents and amazing animal escapes.
Clips include a happy dog who can smile on command, country loving quadruplet babies who stop crying when Johnny Cash starts singing, what happens when a woman waxes a man's unibrow, and a package of basketball mishaps and great shots.
Clips include bulldogs doing the funniest things, including one who says "I love you," as well as video of people being scared by an email prank, kids revealing their choices for president, a woman in labor who gives her husband a piece of her mind, and a woman who throws a bowling ball into the ceiling and breaks the sprinkler system at a bowling alley.
Clips include practical jokes, with a dad who scares his wife and kids with a fake spider, plus comical footage of a dog caught raiding the fridge, kids saying funny things and a puppy who gets slapped around by a cat.
Clips include babies uttering their first words, to their parents' disbelief, high schoolers having a hysterical reaction when watching a childbirth video in health class, and a dog who does a great impression of "E.T.."
On this edition of the show, someone will go home with $100,000 in prize money. Clips in the running include what happens when a little girl thinks a radish is an apple, a Chihuahua with hilarious bathroom habits, a man who talks to the animals (and they talk back), a boy who steals the show at a Christmas pageant, a dog with some bizarre ear habits and a toddler escaping from his crib.
Videos include clips of kids pulling out their own loose teeth, a man scaring his girlfriend with a crab on the beach, what happens when a boy makes a homemade volcano and it erupts all over the ceiling, and a montage of baseball mishaps.
Clips include a woman rescuing a squirrel stuck in a tree, a teen taking the ride of his life at an amusement park, humorous and creative ways people propose, and a dog figuring out how to escape despite a man's elaborate attempt to thwart him.
Seven finalists compete for the last $100,000 prize of the season. Videos include a little boy with a Lego stuck on his tooth; a kid retrieving his basketball from an overly friendly Labrador; a fake lotto ticket prank; friends dumping their roommate in the trash; a little boy who names the presidents and their famous quotes; a woman after one-too-many shots of Novocain at her dentist's; and do-gooders saving a squirrel stuck in a tree.
"America's Funniest Home Videos" awards the Grand Prize for this year's best video in the 19th season finale,
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