Increasing my wordiness
Evidently, "America's Funnest Home Videos" producer Vin Di Bona created "America's Funniest People" too, and in the late '90s he put out a show on the Fox Family Channel called "Show Me The Funny", which included footage from both shows. And in 2006 or so, AFV did a special two-hour episode called "No Business In Show Business" that seemed to feature a lot of leftover Funniest People material - lots of clips of average joes telling stand-up comedy and the like, interspersed with classic AFV clips of school plays gone wrong and that sort of thing.It was mainly people who were seemingly picked at random to do "comedy" routines, and comedy sketches sent in by home viewers. I kind of liked it as a kid, but i havent seen it since 1994, so i dont know if it holds up at all. It should also be known that Arleen Sorkin was later replaced with Tawny Kiaten.