Can you believe “Weird Al” Yankovic has been parodying popular music for 33 years now? It’s a testament to his talents as a musician and songwriter that he’s still around all these years later, and if you’re as big a fan of “Weird Al” now as you were in the ‘80s, a new box set of all his albums—including some new…
Just because it has the word “party” in front of it doesn’t make what the Weird Al Yankovic-voiced Cheese Sandwich is riding on any less of a tank.
We can pretty much never get too much of Adventure Time, the cartoon show about a boy and a mutant dog in a cute/crazy post-apocalyptic world. So we're chuffed to feature an exclusive first look at the villain of the next Adventure Time game — the Doodle Wizard, voiced by "Weird" Al Yankovic.
Many musicians feel they've really made it once "Weird Al" Yankovic does a parody of one of their songs, so we're incredibly honored that his most recent work is a commercial for none other than our very own Toyland.
Yes, a lot of people were honored for their television accomplishments during last night's Emmy awards, but the award for most entertaining part of the Emmys goes to Weird Al Yankovic for his medley of television theme song parodies, including one for Game of Thrones.
The style of Weird Al Yankovic's newest album cover is meant to evoke a Soviet-era propaganda feel, with a hint of totalitarian oppression. Rolling Stone described his outfit as "what appears to be a Russian military uniform". But is it? Is it Russian, or Soviet, or what?
Tonight, The Big Bang Theory celebrates Star Wars Day with a Star Wars-themed episode. But can it begin to measure up to the wealth of funny Star Wars tributes in television, movies, and comics?
In a word, weird. But this is no fan art — Yankovic will guest-star on this week's episode of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, as a pony named, and I am not making this up, "Cheese Sandwich."
Until laser pistols are invented — or trebuchets come back in fashion — bullets will remain the uncreative weapon of choice for individuals in regrettable situations everywhere.
Since I was a young man, I've looked up to Weird Al Yankovic as a paragon of punny goofs. But today, with the release of his Lady Gaga parody video, I'm forced to see him in a different light. One with a lot of skin. [Splitsider]
We've all grooved to William Shatner's "singing." But the history of science-fiction novelty records is much bigger, and weirder. From Weird Al's tribute to Yoda to Wonder Woman covering Toto, there have been many bizarre discs that celebrated science fiction.
Music videos are made to appeal to non-geek masses, but some were made by some bigtime nerds—while others are just are unmistakeably nerdy. You already know where we're going with this, so let's just move: