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Crotch kicks, anyone? Amateur videographers in the U.S. submit ones of their kids, pets, friends and families in funny situations -- often embarrassing -- with the hope of winning thousands in prize money. Each week, the studio audience determines a winner by voting for the one they find most-hilarious. At the end of the season, weekly winners compete for the grand prize. Actor -- and "Dancing With the Stars" Season 19 champion -- Alfonso Ribeiro serves as the host, and Vin Di Bona is the executive producer.

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Funny and unusual sneezes; dogs are stupefied by the "What-the-Fluff" challenge; a chocolate-covered tot tries to blame the dog.
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Dogs that can say "I love you"; a moongazing little girl is upset she can't play with the ball in the sky; mishaps with kids who make their own slime.
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Parents trick kids into eating caramel-covered onions; a mailman climbs up a pole to escape a dog that is chasing him; kids say funny things.
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A music montage featuring people terrified while on amusement park rides; people saying funny things while under anesthesia.
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Christmas-themed clips including kids excited by their gifts, mishaps with kids driving their new toy cars in the house, dogs destroying ornaments and people surprised by holiday homecomings.
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Fishing mishaps; a remote-controlled fake alligator goes after a woman lounging in a river.
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Thanksgiving-related videos; a Little League player moves the T-ball stand before sliding into home base; two girls are so excited for their first day of school that they miss their bus.
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Wedding fails, including a groom who gets a phone call at the altar; a man pranks his girlfriend into thinking motorcycles have seatbelts; a mom challenges her son to eat a spoonful of horseradish.
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People are scared by Halloween costumes; costume malfunctions; pumpkin mishaps.
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A dog steals a delivery man's package; a camel grabs a bag of snacks from a little girl's hand; a woman gets stuck trying to climb through a window; a man reacts poorly to getting his nose hair waxed.
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A woman finds out she's going to be a grandma; a little boy tears two $20 bills in half; a boy cuts his hair and glues it to his armpits; senior citizens laugh at themselves.
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Kids are stumped by pay phones; dogs react to disappearing owners; soccer mishaps; party fails.
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Funny pranks; a musical tribute to cats; a deer steals the carrot nose from a snowman.

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