America’s Funniest Home Videos on iTunes

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  1. macrumors bot

    Jul 5, 2003


    Category: Videos
    Link: America’s Funniest Home Videos on iTunes
    Description:: Ever wonder how well the experience of watching people being hit in the testicles with wiffle ball bats and drunk people on ATVs holds up on a 2.5-inch screen? Well, we’re about to find out! America’s Funniest Home Videos (AFV) has added 13 episodes of the show to the iTMS.

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  2. macrumors 6502a


    Apr 30, 2001
    Trapped in a world before later on
    This immediately made me think of an old Onion article I read (and wish I'd saved) titled "Lowest Common Denominator Continues to Plummet". Oh well, I guess the more content on iTMS, the merrier.
  3. macrumors regular


    Dec 27, 2001
    Honestly there is not much on the iTMS in the way of video I would pay for.
    this seems as attractive to me as anything else.

    The cost of most shows is pretty high when you realize almost all these things are now available on DVD.

    Aside from maybe buying LOST if my Tivo misses it for some reason, I don't see why anyone would buy any of these.
    But I guess a million or so people have...:D
  4. macrumors 65816


    Dec 9, 2003
    When I used to "partake of the smoke," America's Funniest Home Videos was about the funniest thing to watch. That, and the "World's Funniest Animals" -- they do some crazy stuff.

  5. macrumors 68020


    May 7, 2003
    Saint Augustine, FL
    while watching AFHV is fun for a while, Bob Sagget is about as annoying as they come. Laughing at his own cheap jokes. No amount of smoke would make me watch that show over listening to Ina Gadda Da Vida 5 times in a row.

    They should have a de-sagget'd version of that show. Or, no host whatsoever - That'd be the ticket.

    Bob Sagget had a wonderful cameo in Half Baked.

    (PS: Sagget? Saget? I don't care enough to look it up.)
  6. macrumors regular


    Dec 27, 2001
    They desagget'd it about 7 years ago.

    tom Bergeron(sp?) has been hosting it as the obligatory tool.


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