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Looking for a good laugh? Are you a fan of America's Funniest Home Videos? Well, TruTV's Top Secret Videos is the show for you!


TruTV is no stranger making audiences laugh with reality comedy shows like Impractical Jokers and The Carbonaro Effect. Now TruTV's Top Secret Video is your newest TV guilty pleasure. Celebrity Page's Jaymes Vaughn got to chat with the stars of the show to get the inside scoop.

Three Hilarious Comedians 

Hosts of Top Secret Videos are comedians Ron Fuches, Ali Kolbert, and a familiar face from The Big Bang Theory Brian Posehn. Join them as they all bring their funny comedic charm and laughs to the non-scripted series featuring crazy embarrassing, outrageous, and bizarre behaviors caught on camera with a group of "NSA interns" commentating on the video.

Kolbert dished on the series stating:

Sometimes you wish they weren't real. Everyone can be accidental prone at times and it's really enjoyable to watch sometimes knowing that they don't you know, usually get hurt in the end."

Embrace The Silly

Now, what if audiences are scared to get caught? Kolbert and Fuches want audiences to embrace the funny expressing how we can all laugh at ourselves every once in awhile. Kolbert cheered:

Don't avoid it! Embrace the silly!

Fuches chimed in by stating:

Yeah if you're a dum-dum, you're going to be a dum-dum whether it's recorded or not so you might as well record it so that way we can put it on our show.

Catch new episodes of Top Secret Videos only on TruTV!

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We can't wait to visit the arches ourselves when tourism is safe again!