"Weird Al" Yankovic has regained control of his pirate television transmitter...coincidentally, right around the same time he needs to promote his new album "Poodle Hat." Al "interviews" fellow pop stars and plays songs from the album.
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"Weird Al" Yankovic has regained control of his pirate television transmitter...coincidentally, right around the same time he needs to promote his new album "Poodle Hat." Al "interviews" fellow pop stars and plays songs from the album.

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Al: Have you ever met Céline Dion?
Eminem: I have felt like killing her before.
Al: Well, obviously, we all have. Umm, ever felt like killing anybody else?
Eminem: Y'know, most of my family members.
Al: That's nice. Which reminds me, do you feel that you owe at least part of your success to the loving support that your family has given you over the years?
Eminem: I don't owe nobody in my family nothin'.
Al: You don't owe nobody in your family nothing? Wow, that's a triple negative. Does that mean you do owe somebody in your family ...
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Spoofs Dont Look Back (1967) See more »

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Couch Potato
Parody on "Lose Yourself" by Eminem
Rearranged by 'Weird Al' Yankovic
Performed by 'Weird Al' Yankovic
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wonderfully entertaining
30 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This aired on VH1. It was geniusely clever especially when it came to the celebrity interviews with Celine Deon, Justin Timberlake, and Eminem.

I had heard of weird Al before, but never checked out his music at all, but then i saw this show, and went immediately bought the album. I recommend his album to anyone who enjoys to laugh.

The polka bit was cool, looking at all the clips of music videos. I wish somebody would put this one out on DVD, it made me laugh tremendously. Weird Al is a truly funny person, making clever comments everywhere in this show


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