Part 1 of 2. I found this on an old Betamax tape surrounded by episodes of Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures. It aired July, 1989.
Pat Sajak is the freaking man!! A comedic genius in his own way.
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I’ve never commented on youtube before. I just needed to say how impressed I am that Pat Sajak-of all people- actually pronounced zoology correctly. 3:15
weird al never losses character
“Ever since I was about ten years old I wanted to be on the Pat Sajak show.”LOL
Al, you are the man!!
I love how Al struggles with the curtains!
WOW 1ST ALBUM SONG!! EXCELLENT!
@jnby Back to the Future II did not launch until November.
actually, it goes “Stuck in a closet with vanna white, stuck in a closet with vanna white, night after night after night after night, all right.”
“Every so often a woman on the east coast will mail herself to me in a box.” –yeah that would be me. XD
There were so many off the wall 1980′s personalities back in these days and all the interviewers were strickt stuffed shirts. I wonder how Elvira would have been treated by Pat (Wheel Of Fortune was my lucky break) Sajack?
Pat Sajak is a douche.
Wow, Pat Sajak is not easily amused. :
heh yeah he reminds me of letterman
Wow, there were still Beta units around in 1989? That’s amazing.
Too bad UHF came out during the Summer of 1989. What with Batman, Ghostbusters 2, and Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade out in theatres.
“Do you dress like this when you go out to buy some bread and milk?…..”Well, not the same underwear” lol
pat looks like ” yeah yeah ok ok SHUT UP! yeah yeah haha not funny. yeah yeah i wanna kill myself”
I was going to watch the Pat Sajak Show but I was sick that day.
mabye his balls droped xD
It happens to everyone.
Like getting old or molested by giraffe.
Hmm. Anyone else think his voice has changed?
XD he’s even funny on a talk show
I know! When did this happen?
UHF is an awesome movie. It’s just a shame that it launched the same week as Back to the Future. Poor UHF never had a chance.