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Chris Michaud
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Before there was a YouTube, and we had ready access to people injuring themselves from all over the world 24 hours a day, America relied upon network television to deliver a weekly dose of poorly shot fail videos. This week we're playing the America's Funniest Home Videos VCR game, where players test their memory, creativity, and social savvy while watching hundreds of the "funniest" video clips the 1990s had to offer. Can the panel successfully remember minute details of blurry, VHS quality clips? Will Bob Saget's running commentary provide any assistance? Plus, we go shopping in this week's Battle of Wits...

http://tableflipsyou.blogspot.com/2015/04/before-there-was-y...
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Brad Metz
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I can't wait for everyone's Saget impressions!
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James Burns
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"The Stone of Internet Tomorrow" ,that made me laugh very hard. Who knew you could get a Star Trek reference in there.
 
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Steve Petersen
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To comment on my boring video "idea". There are several of our home videos from the 80's demonstrating how boring this really is. Cannot delete. Perhaps we should put them all in a mystery box on eBay...
 
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Daniel Connors
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Sadly I admit, I have never laughed so hard listening to you guys play "guess that postage". I was in wal-mart imbarresed cause I was laughing like a mad man.
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Matthew Gipson
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11.32?
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Chris Michaud
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...no...
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Chris Dieckmann
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That VCR Tape is looking like a bargain now huh!


http://www.bpgrp.com/training-products/the-continuous-perfor...
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Chris Michaud
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SIX HUNDRED DOLLARS?????????

Whoa, Harry Anderson is magic, but man...
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Mark Rousar
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The postage game reminded me of numberwang...a game show from the funny sketch show Mitchell and Webb. Enjoy!

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Chris Michaud
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LET'S ROTATE THE BOARD! Love Mitchell and Webb.
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Paul Rupp
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A Numberwang VHS game would be fantastic
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Matt Bowles
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Thanks for another wild and crazy episode.

My favourite bit was when you rolled straight from guessing-the-combination boring TV, into guessing the price of random VHS tapes on eBay. As a fellow connoisseur of irony I was impressed.. again!

It's funny how awarding points and a live 4 person laugh-track makes all the difference.
 
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Mike Hulsebus
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dengue wrote:
I can't wait for everyone's Saget impressions!


I laughed aloud at the idea of Jared's tapes being narrated by Bob Saget
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