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AFV Video Screen
AFV
Ex-Host Tom Bergeron in front of the artifact

Origin

America's Funniest Home Videos

Type

Video Screen

Effects

Constantly plays humorous and amusing videos

Downsides

None

Activation

Constant

Collected by

Steve Jinks and Pete Lattimer

Section

Thalia-171J

Aisle

392450-2186

Date of Collection

July 29, 2014

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HistoryEdit

Since 1989, America's Funniest Home Videos has been a staple of American television. Containing a collection of funny videos, amusing incidents and unbelievable and unlikely occurances submitted by the public, every week one lucky video wins a varying cash prize. Always behind the host and in full veiw of the audience is a large, curved video monitor made up of several smaller screens that shows the clips to the crowd.

EffectsEdit

Perhaps after playing so many clips and being the center of so much comedy, the monitor screens developed artifact qualities. Regardless of any external power source, the screens constantly display a barrage of funny clips. Some are classics, some are remarkably recent, leading agents to suspect it has some kind of comedic morphic field connecting it to all forms of comedy across the world. It also seems to have some kind of sentience, as it will often take requests for certain genres. It seems to have no malevolence at all, and is placed close to the office so it is always visible.

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