TEN FINALISTS COMPETE FOR THE FIRST $100,000 PRIZE OF THE SEASON
ON THIS WEEK'S EPISODE OF "AFV," ON ABC
"Episode 2611" - Ten finalists compete for the first $100,000 prize of the season. The videos include "Can't-Do-Karate Kid," a kid who can't break things and just can't catch a break; "Car-Sick Sympathizer," a nauseous boy sets off a chain reaction of "yuck"; "Brain Freeze Feline," a cat realizes that brain freeze isn't just for humans; "Oblivious Bun in the Oven," a father-to-be just can't take a hint; "Clown Face Flip Out," a kid who's not scared of clowns, but doesn't want to look like one; "Kid's Clipper Catastrophe," a boy shows why 8-year-olds aren't hair stylists; "Scare Ya Later Alligator," a hot-blooded woman doesn't want to hold a cold-blooded reptile; "Yes Man," a man can't spell, but he can take a joke; "Cough Drop Kid," a child has a very short Christmas list; "Donkey Delights Lil' Dude," a certain animal makes a tot laugh a lot on "America's Funniest Home Videos," SUNDAY, JANUARY 10 (7:00-8:00 p.m. EST) on the ABC Television Network.
In its 26 seasons to date, "America's Funniest Home Videos" has given away over $14 million in prize money and evaluated more than a million video clips from home viewers. Viewers wishing to submit home videos to "America's Funniest Home Videos" should visit www.AFV.com for details.
Hosted by Alfonso Ribeiro, "America's Funniest Home Videos" is produced by Vin Di Bona Productions. Vin Di Bona and Michele Nasraway serve as executive producers.
"America's Funniest Home Videos" is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format with a 5.1 channel surround sound. This program carries a TV-PG parental guideline.