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Fans of Weird Al Yankovic may be surprised to learn that there was a television series created by Weird Al called The Weird Al Show. It featured Weird Al and a quirky cast of characters who interacted with each other in order to teach the show's young audience the importance of friendship and self-worth. The show also featured various musical guests in several episodes. The combination of quirky acting, music and life lessons made The Weird Al Show suitable for children.

The characters included Al's pet hamster called Harvey the Wonder Hamster, various relatives such as Cousin Corky and various TV show hosts. Each episode revolved around a loosely constructed plot in which weird events and interactions would occur. The events included a talent show and breaking a world record.

Weird Al: The Weird Al Show - Complete Series is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on September 13, 1997.

Weird Al: The Weird Al Show - Complete Series is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Weird Al: The Weird Al Show - Complete Series on demand atAmazon Prime, Amazon, Google Play online.

Shout Factory
1 Season, 13 Episodes
September 13, 1997
Comedy, Kids & Family
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Weird Al's Parody of Lorde's 'Royals' Takes a Hilarious Turn

Weird Al Yankovic has done it again! This week, Weird Al is releasing one music video a day from his new album, "Mandatory Fun." He kicked things off on Monday with "Tacky," a song that parodies Pharrell's "Happy" and mocks people with no taste. On Tuesday, he went viral with "Word Crimes," a song parodying "Blurred Lines" that implores the people of the Internet to use proper grammar.

Weird Al Parodies Pharrell's 'Happy' in Hilarious New Music Video with Jack Black and Others

Weird Al Yankovic is back, baby! The musical comedian, famous since the 1980's for his spot-on parodies of all kinds of pop music, has a new album coming out. It's called "Mandatory Fun," and the first music video has already hit the Web! "Tacky" is a parody of Pharrell's major (Oscar-nominated, mind you) hit song "Happy." But rather than talk about how happy he is, Weird Al sings about how tacky and tasteless he is.