By Russ Burlingame – July 5, 2019 02:59 pm EDT Share 0 Comments 0 Fresh off his heartfelt thoughts on the state of MAD Magazine, Grammy-winning musician “Weird Al” Yankovic took to twitter to praise Stranger Things Part 3, calling it the best season of the hit series so far — albeit using a metric that might be difficult for every critic to get on board with. In the season, which is set in 1985, Yankovic’s album “Weird Al” In 3-D was new at the time, and Yankovic joked that the presence of the album’s cover on a t-shirt, as well as the use of one the songs from his 1983 self-titled album, make the season stand out for him.”My Balogna,” a parody of “My Sharona” by The Knack, was released on “Weird Al” Yankovic, released in 1983 along with songs like “Ricky” and “Another One Rides the Bus.” That song appears in an early episode, and presumably Yankovic knew that one was coming, since they would have had to reach out to someone and procure the rights. Maybe less obvious to him? A “Weird Al” in 3-D t-shirt worn by an entirely different character in the next episode. #StrangerThings3… Read full this story
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