White and Nerdy

The new Weird Al Yankovic album drops tomorrow. Laugh along with all the internet references in his new video, from the Star Wars Kid to O’Reilly’s JavaScript book. Not to mention Jim Lee’s X-Men, Luke Kirk versus Picard, the Star Wars Christmas Special, and a whole lot of stuff the “outside world” just won’t get. ::sigh::


 
 
 

10 Responses to “White and Nerdy”

  1. Josh Herndon
    25. September 2006 at 11:36

    I saw this over the weekend and love it! If I can find some extra money, I’ll be buying the album tomorrow!

  2. Matt Hunter
    25. September 2006 at 12:49

    I was wondering if you were gonna get around to this one. It’s one of my favorite Weird Al parodies yet.

  3. Augie De Blieck Jr.
    25. September 2006 at 14:55

    It’s a little similar to “All About the Pentiums,” I think, but still hilarious.

  4. Phil
    25. September 2006 at 18:58

    Wow. Just… wow.

    Al’s outdone himself.

    Is it sad that I got every reference and yet up until 2 weeks ago I never had heard the original song this parodies?

    And I’m betting someone’s already deciphered all the math equations in the background.

  5. Porkspam
    25. September 2006 at 20:08

    Woohoo… Been a fan since i was a teeny kid… got every cd, dvd, and whatnot…. Can’t wait… and sad to say i get all the references which truly does make me white and nerdy.. hope they got another twine ball on this cd.

  6. Paul
    26. September 2006 at 00:11

    I’m thinkin’ you mean “Kirk vs Picard.” But, yeah, that’s awesome.

  7. Matthew M
    26. September 2006 at 00:56

    Wow was that Donny Osmond prancing around in the background there?

  8. Loren
    26. September 2006 at 01:41

    Not only have they deciphered the math, but the Wikipedia page for “White & Nerdy” actually points out an error in the equation.

    Lots of other stuff there too, like “Yankovic errantly claims that his pocket protector is protecting his pens.”

  9. Shawn
    26. September 2006 at 08:28

    You saying “drops” made my morning!

  10. Augie De Blieck Jr.
    26. September 2006 at 09:29

    Shawn – I went with both DROPS and STREETS in today’s link dump. Check it out.