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Weird Al Headed to Broadway?
01:39 — Weird Al Yankovic explains why 'Mandatory Fun' will be his last album and why Broadway might be on the horizon.
Larry King, Meet Iggy Azalea
01:08 — Weird Al Yankovic introduces Larry to the stylings of Iggy Azalea while discussing his new hit “Handy” based on her summer anthem “Fancy.”
My First Album: Weird Al Yankovic
01:21 — Weird Al Yankovic explains how he taught himself to play accordion by listening to Elton John's Goodbye Yellow Brick Road on repeat as a kid.
Cynthia Nixon
05:03 — "Sex and the City's" Cynthia Nixon discovers more about herself and family's history from TLC's "Who Do You Think You Are?"
I Didn’t Fit in Until Now
01:16 — Weird Al Yankovic discusses why his style of music made him an outsider in the industry up until recently.
No One Is Safe from a Weird Al Parody
02:49 — Weird Al Yankovic answers social media questions from fans.
Jimmy Fallon and Russell Crowe Sing "Balls in Your Mouth"
04:52 — In honor of Earth Day and the five-year anniversary of the BP Oil Spill, Jimmy and Russell perform the protest song about tarballs: "Balls in Your Mou (more…)
Hot Topic: Kim Kardashian's $200M Paycheck
02:02 — Kim Kardashian has scored a hit with her new video game that could bring her up to $200 million.
Weird Al Reveals the Artist Who Rejected His Parody Request
04:10 — Music-parody superstar “Weird Al” Yankovic is the first-ever guest editor of Mad Magazine and he’s getting ready for a world tour. He tells Kathie Lee (more…)
Tonight Show Obama Expressions: The "Bitch, Please"
02:42 — Jimmy explains the meaning behind President Obama's lesser-known facial expressions like the "Heeeeyyyy."
Parody Is a Form of Flattery
01:01 — Weird Al Yankovic explains why he is so well liked in the music industry, despite parodying a plethora of big-named artists over the years.
Weird Al's Top 5 Comedy Albums
02:06 — The stand-up and sketch comedy albums Weird Al Yankovic loves the most.
Gov. Chris Christie Endorses the Tonight Dough Ice Cream
02:43 — New Jersey Governor Chris Christie confronts Jimmy about his monologue fat jokes, and they make peace over a pint of Ben & Jerry's The Tonight Dough i (more…)
Burn the Witch: Radiohead Vanishes from the Internet
02:12 — Radiohead's recent disappearance from the Internet leaves Rachael Harris, Scott Aukerman and "Weird Al" Yankovic to ponder what the band is really up (more…)
Presidential Humor: Barack Obama Gets Laughs at the Nerd Prom
01:37 — Barack Obama showed off his comedic chops at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, so Rachael Harris, Scott Aukerman and "Weird Al" Yankovic give hi (more…)
#HashtagWars: #AddTheRockImproveAnything
02:28 — Rachael Harris, Scott Auckerman and "Weird Al" Yankovic celebrate Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's birthday by using his name to enhance everything from so (more…)
‘Weird Al’ Yankovic Has Prince Parodies We Will Never Get to Hear!
01:07 — Prince never gave ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic permission to make parodies of any of his songs and Al says although Prince has passed he will continue to respe (more…)
One Direction Red Carpet Interview
01:23 — One Direction talks about their upcoming break.
The Munnery
11:30 — The legendary Kraken sea monster learns freedom isn't all it's krak-ed up to be. A kid has a fantastic dream about a bear. Weird Al Yankovic's "Weas (more…)
Veggies for Sloth
10:53 — The legendary Kraken sea monster learns freedom isn't all it's krak-ed up to be. A kid has a fantastic dream about a bear. Weird Al Yankovic's "Weasel (more…)
Country Weekend
11:18 — The day has finally come for Cat and Michael's (guest star Justin Kirk – Weeds) nuptials. The doctors gather at Cat's vacation house for the weekend, (more…)
Muscles for Bones
11:36 — Tim and Eric not live from the Troubador!
11:24 — Space Ghost is nurturing a special pet--Banjo the sea monkey. Zorak sabotages the interview with Schooly D by hypnotically controlling Space Ghost's m (more…)
Introducing country star Maren Morris
05:57 — On the heels of her breakout hit single, "My Church," Maren Morris' album, "Hero" (which The New York Times called "an outstanding country music debut (more…)
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