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"truTV Top Funniest" is a countdown show of outrageous videos filmed in the U.S. Viral clips, home movies, pranks, surveillance videos, event footage and news bloopers are all part of the side-splitting action. Each episode features a different theme, like "Funny Fails" and "Ridiculous Moments."

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A salute to failed ice bucket challenges; what happens when a paranormal prank comes to life; find out which video is this week's "Money Clip".
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TruTV Top Funniest scours the intertubes to find the most hilarious clips, viral videos, and vines every week.
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Learn why playing with fire is still a bad idea; see who has the fastest Rubik's Cube hands underwater; the latest on the dad bod craze that's taking over the world.
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Hilarious videos including a boy regretting his first kiss, auto-corrected text messages and unhelpful life hacks.
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Why doing a wheelie on your lawnmower is a bad idea; a senior citizens try to get in on the video game action; an amateur daredevil combines one mattress with a two-story staircase.
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Watch a snoozing frat boy get a rude awakening, and find out how a horse snuck its way into a family wedding album.
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Two young men take on a snowstorm in their speedos; a surfer mom hangs zero when she tries to skim board.
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A speeding car takes out a snowman; a plow takes out a newsman.
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Russian road explosion; kids' prank bugs their mom.
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A man narrowly avoids death when a car skids on ice; someone decides to make a shopping trolley into a sledge, with interesting results.
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A show-off slides down the railing of an escalator; a phone tower worker has a run-in with an angry hawk.
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A collection of DIY blunders; an amateur stuntman; a mischievous prankster.
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A baby elephant gets frisky with visitors at the zoo; a dad jumps into a frozen pool.
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A baby from hell pranks people on the street; see what happens when a farmer becomes a human hay bale.
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When amateur science experiments go wrong; comical road rage incidents; find out which video is this week's "Money Clip".
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A surprise objection at a wedding ceremony; see why jumping off buildings should be left to the pros.
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TruTV Top Funniest scours the intertubes to find the most hilarious clips, viral videos, and vines every week.
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TruTV Top Funniest scours the intertubes to find the most hilarious clips, viral videos, and vines every week.
airs in 1 day
Find out what happens when a reporter gets busted ordering at a drive-thru on live TV; this week's "Money Clip".
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Find out what happens after getting caught in a "no-selfie zone"; why mailing humans is the way of the future; how cuddling is an art form of its own.
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When reading while roller blading is a bad idea; falling through a trampoline; this week's "money clip."

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