Weird Al Songifies The Final Debate [VIDEO]

Last week Brooklyn’s Gregory Brothers brought us Joseph Gordon-Levitt, today we get Weird Al:

If the Al Smith Dinner tonight left you craving better political humor, the popular songifiers over at schmoyoho installed Weird Al Yankovic as the moderator of the third and final Clinton-Trump debate remix. And clearly Chris Wallace missed an opportunity to surround himself with men in hoods and make the candidates answer with some sick rhymes. In fact, the zingers Clinton and Trump threw at each other all night feel more natural in this kind of dissing back-and-forth.

  • Michael McReavy

    About 15 seconds of that video was more than enough.

    • ElenorRigby

      More than anything those Songify things just prove that hip hop is all one song.

  • ElenorRigby

    He’s funny but I’ll take Randy Rainbow.

  • JDS

    As much as I like Weird Al, this was just noise to me.

    • Kruhn

      I actually liked it.

    • fuow

      Funny you should say that – do you also have perfect pitch?

      • Natty Enquirer

        Al is a natural at parody, but this was a little flat compared to his usual sharp satire.

        • fuow

          Guess it depends on one’s sense of humour. I loved it.

          • Jeanne173

            This almost, ALMOST causes me to forgive him for messing with bad moon rising.

      • JDS

        No, but I’m allowed not to like this particular thing that he did. And yes it was just noise to me when things are “songified.

  • Weird Al is truly a national treasure.

  • David From Canada

    Weird Al is starting to look more and more like Tiny Tim of yesteryear. Tip Toe Through The Debates…….

    • Rolf

      I was thinking exactly the same thing.

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  • Gregory In Seattle

    The things they’re doing with autotune these days….

  • DonnaLee

    I love Al, but I think he should have worked a bit harder on it, and just used their exact phrases, not tried to do that weird voice thing he used. Some people might like it, but I only want that if you’re trying to blend the voice from someone like Marilyn Monroe, but do it so it sounds like something she’d say.