elow are links to articles mentioning "TheWeird Al Show."
The Official "Weird Al" YankovicWeb Site
The set of TheWeird Al Show
Al and the band onthe show
Harvey the WonderHamster!
April 26-27, 2002: The eyeball chair, the Mr. Molasses suit, and the green grinning goblin head, all props from the show, were auctioned off.
- This is thenetwork that Al's show aired on.
CBS' Official WeirdAl Show Page
September 4, 1997:An examination of the effects on the Fall of 1997 of the act thatrequired broadcasters to create educational programs forchildren.
September 18, 1997:A review of the children's programming for the Fall of 1997.
Dick Clark Productions
- The company that produced Al's show has a page here.
February 6, 1997: CBS commits to 13episodes of "The Weird Al Show"
September 11, 1997: "The Weird Al Show"premieres
- The web site of the company that made theFatman cartoons.
- The costume designer for the show.
Pictures ofsome of the costumes.
September 22, 1997: A Knight-Ridderarticle about Al's show
The Komputer Klinic
TheUnofficial Weird Al Show Home Page was selected as a Kool Site for theweek of September 19. Our first award!
August 12, 1999: In an interview withAl, he talks about the cancellation of The Weird Al Show
October17, 1997: A news article on Hanson's appearance on Al's show
The New York Times
- It had areview of the show.
September 11, 1997: A review of thenetworks' Fall 1997 educational childrens programming,including Al's show
September 1, 1999:An interview with Stan Freberg.
PC Graphics and Video
April 28, 1998: An article fromthe magazine about the company that made the Fatman cartoons.
July 21, 1997:The Hollywood Grapevine
Fall 1997: Al'sshow is mentioned again in the Fall Preview
February 2, 1998: A reviewof Al's show
October 9, 1997: A review of a BadHair Concert that mentions the Al Show.
We Want the WeirdAl Show
- A fan site conducting interviews of the cast andproduction crew of the show.
March, 2002: Interview with writer Zeke K.
April, 2002: Interview with The Hooded Avenger actor Brian Haley.
May, 2002: Interview with make-up and hair designer RoseanneMcIlvane.
November, 2002: Interview with Keith Alcorn, co-head of the company that made the Fatman cartoons.
December, 2002: Interview with Julie Rae Engelsman, the costume designer for the show.
A Web Celeb with"Weird Al" that discusses his show