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List Of Cat Dog Episodes - Episodes - Season 2 (1999–2000)
... Woof — Dog's kite drags CatDog far from their home, a place where they are thought to be gods ... accidentally lets lose Cat's eight extra life spirits 29 "Dem Bones / Winslow's Home Videos / You're Fired" November 6, 1999 (1999-11-06) Dem Bones — Dog gets a ... Winslow's Home Videos — Winslow shows clips of some of his favorite home videos featuring CatDog's wacky antics ...
America's Funniest Home Videos - History - Tom Bergeron (2001–present)
... In October 2000, ABC announced its decision to return America's Funniest Home Videos as a regular weekly series, ordering an eleventh season ... when a new set (with a studio audience) was introduced featuring a round video screen with several monitors ... added new segments, such as "Tom's Home Movies," where his face is digitally superimposed over the faces on the videos with varying expressions shown to match the person's reaction to their mishaps in the videos (a ...

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