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Bemidji couple says funny video on TV tonight

A Bemidji couple said their children and grandchildren will be on tonight's "Funniest Home Videos" show on ABC. Esther and Lloyd Doble said their grandson, Greg Sorvig, and his wife, Rachel, submitted a video last December. The Dobles said the vi...

A Bemidji couple said their children and grandchildren will be on tonight's "Funniest Home Videos" show on ABC.

Esther and Lloyd Doble said their grandson, Greg Sorvig, and his wife, Rachel, submitted a video last December. The Dobles said the video also includes Greg Sorvig's parents, Dan and Sue Sorvig of Naperville, Ill., and Greg's sister, Katie, and her husband, Daniel Isbell, of Atlanta.

Some of the group also flew to Los Angeles for an all-expenses trip that included taping for tonight's show.

The video is eligible for a cash prize, but the Dobles said they don't know whether it will win or how much.

The show airs at 6 p.m.

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