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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!
Banjo
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…)
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.”
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.
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.
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.
Stephen Remembers Morley Safer
02:53 — Stephen pays his respects to the late, great Morley Safer
You Don't Know Weird Al
01:27 — Weird Al might be known for his song parodies, but that doesn't mean he's just some uncouth guttersnipe.
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…)
May 19th: Ice Cream, Uggos, & Ads, Oh My
04:39 — Joe Biden has clearly started to phone it in, and Hillary's getting some unwanted help. But none of that matters because our National Parks are totall (more…)
Here Comes Trumpy Boo Boo
03:33 — The Republican Convention is going to the best, the classiest, the most... let's be honest, it's going to be the most monster-truckiest.
Passage: Elie Wiesel
01:42 — Born in 1928 in what is now Romania, Elie Wiesel was just 15 years old when he and his family were seized by the Nazis and sent to Auschwitz. Allied (more…)
Weird Al Yankovic still pop music's funnyman
09:49 — After 30 years of performing, Weird Al Yankovic is as current at ever, continuing to hold a funhouse mirror up to America's Top 40 hits. He's been at (more…)
Weird Al Is A Very Long Hyphenate
02:17 — "Accordion player" and "sex god" are basically synonymous, right?
On The Trail: Transforming our National Parks
06:44 — Millions of Americans across the country were out of work during the Great Depression, while there was a huge job that needed be completed in America' (more…)
An alternative to the Fourth of July
01:46 — America's Independence Day is celebrated on July 4th. John Adams, our second President and one of the authors of the Declaration of Independence, refu (more…)
Clive Davis' Pre-GRAMMY Party Brings All The Stars
02:17 — Watch a red carpet sizzle reel from Clive Davis' annual pre-GRAMMY party, including Jimmy Jam, John Legend, Amber Rose, Wiz Khalifa, "Weird Al" Yankov (more…)
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