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Parents' Guide to

The World's Funniest Moments

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Iffy AFV wannabe is mediocre at best.

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Whoever cautioned against messing with a good thing must have had The World's Funniest Moments in mind. It's abundantly clear from the show's presentation (live audience, funny-guy host who mingles with the crowd as he introduces clips) that it's not trying to hide the fact that it's a blatant AFV copycat. But ultimately it comes up way short on the laugh-o-meter compared to its mentor (which has its own iffy issues to deal with anyway). Not even Hall can save this sinking ship, and fans will be disappointed to see that his talents are wasted on the script's corny commentary and silly segues.

But if your family can't get enough of funny moments caught on tape, at least be sure to save this series for after the little ones are in bed, since the sporadic sexual innuendo, language, and potty humor isn't appropriate for little kids and younger tweens.

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