America's Funniest Home Videos is a television show that airs on ABC. The show has been hosted by Bob Saget (1989-1997), Tom Bergeron (2001-2015), and Alfonso Ribeiro. For most of Saget's tenure, the announcer was Ernie Anderson.
- May 2001 -- Kermit the Frog
- May 8, 2005 -- Kermit, Miss Piggy, Animal, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Pepe the King Prawn, penguins, Statler and Waldorf appeared on the show to promote The Muppets' Wizard of Oz.
- January 10, 2010 -- Kermit, Miss Piggy, The Swedish Chef, Bunsen, Beaker, Pepe, chickens and The Electric Mayhem Band
- The Muppet Babies episode "Gonzee's Playhouse Channel" features Skeeter inventing a spoof of the series. She poses as "Skeeter Sagey" and hosts "The World's Busiest Videotapes."
- The show was referenced in the first episode of Muppets Tonight, appearing on the KMUP schedule as "America's Furriest Home Videos."
- In a taped presentation for promotion for the new series Muppets Tonight, Gonzo suggested a surefire alternative: "Roseanne's Funniest Home Improvements, She Wrote."
- In the Dinosaurs episode "Family Challenge," the Sinclairs watched Pangaea's Funniest Home Injuries, which was followed by Pangaea's 2nd Funniest Home Injuries (a reference to America's Funniest People, a similar show which followed America's Funniest Home Videos).
- In 2011's The Muppets, the show is referenced on the schedule of CDE (spoofing ABC) as "Have Camera, Will Travel."
- "America's Furriest Home Videos" is one of several shows Fozzie Bear pitches to Scooter in the Muppets Now episode "Fever Pitch."
- The January 5, 2020 show featured a montage showcasing the "What the Fluff?" challenge to a recording of "Mah Na Mah Na."