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who hosted the show from 1989 to 1997 -- was leaving LAX yesterday when we asked if there was ever a hilarious clip that producers would NOT allow him to show. Saget's response -- "I think it was more that I wanted to NOT show, if I recall."
The native New Yorker had a hit TV show in "Mad About You," which co-starred Helen Hunt and ran for seven seasons on NBC starting in 1992. It brought him into millions of living rooms each week and garnered him an Emmy nomination, helping him sell
In the era of YouTube and myriad other internet sources for amusing videos of cats playing pianos, how does a show that specialises in tapes that viewers send in, circa 1994, of their cat playing a piano still draw its small studio audience, let
QR code symbols (the little black and white checkered boxes that are appearing on ads, products and virtually everywhere.) These codes are used on game cards and other Scan Game components. When a code is scanned, the app will deliver instant video
Young enough to be endlessly enthralled by the perpetual motion of a Playskool Busy Ball Popper, too young to realize it's all downhill from here. According to this euphoric infant's mother, this video was once a finalist on America's Funniest Home
Imagine Americas Funniest Home Videos, except with more irreverence and no Bob Saget. Found Footage Festival hosts Nick Prueher and Joe Pickett lead audiences through a series of bizarre, often hilarious videos found in places such as garage
Prosecuting Casey Anthony" starring Rob Lowe is set to debut early next year on the Lifetime cable television network. Based on prosecutor Jeff Ashton's book, "Imperfect Justice," the movie will air on Jan. 19. Lowe plays Ashton and the story is told
Dan Snierson It began all the way back in 1989, with a man jumping on a diving board that breaks in half, depositing him unceremoniously into a pool. Since then, America's Funniest Home Videos has left no wacky clip unspooled: Take the woman who
I think we've all had our fair share of pranks done on us whether it be someone popping out around the corner, or walking into a glass door. Then things just escalate to the next level when someone brings in a camera to record the embarrassing moment.
ET 'America's Funniest Home Videos': Who should win this year's grand prize? Dan Snierson Another year of graduating students tumbling off stages and clueless dudes suffering direct hits to the head/gut/groin wraps up on Sunday as America's Funniest