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    Weird Al's CBS show coming to DVD

    Not sure how many people remember it, but Weird Al's website revealed that the show is coming to DVD:

    Holy cow... really? You mean the entire 13-episode run of Al's 1997-98 CBS Saturday Morning kids' show, in a spiffy DVD package with commentaries and junk?? Yes, that's exactly what we mean. The good folks at Shout! Factory will be releasing it later this year... stay tuned!
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    Hmm, I don't remember this but I may have to check it out. Weird Al is freakin' hilarious. Was the show any good?
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    How about tying this in with a complete music video DVD? That would rock!

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    Hmm, well it wasn't as funny as something like UHF, but the show clearly had Weird Al's mark all over it. One episode I am sure has aged real well features an appearance by Hanson. I think they even played a song, too.

    Best part of it all was the opening for the show.

    I'm an Al fan, but when this show first aired (I was around 13-14), I felt a lot of the show was average.

    I recommend it if you're a big Weird Al fan, though. Not sure if casual fans can enjoy it as it takes a bit of fandom to look past the bad (or at least it did for me).

    EDIT - Forget what I said about Harvey having the cartoon, I was getting him confused with the Fatman cartoons the show featured.
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    I think the confusion may stem from H the Wonder-Hamster being animated during the opening.
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    I'd think about getting it but I won't pay very much though.

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    I never was able to watch the show, but I'm looking forward to finally seeing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JediTricks
    I think the confusion may stem from H the Wonder-Hamster being animated during the opening.
    If I remember correctly Harvey the Wonder Hamster is in the Fatman cartoons as Fatman's trusty sidekick (much like Robin is to Batman).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentinel18725
    How about tying this in with a complete music video DVD? That would rock!
    I agree!! I wasn't too impressed with the collection that's been released. There are too many holes in the tracklist.
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    August 15th is the release date according to DVDPlanet's site.
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