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Crosses the Line Twice: As Raul tries to teach poodles how to fly, we see a pile of dead poodles outside his apartment building.
Dude, Not Funny!: Television broadcasts of the film edit out the bit in the "Crazy Eddie's Used Cars" commercial where he threatens to club a baby seal if he doesn't make a sale in the next hour. However, they keep the part where the young child gets blasted across the room by a fire hose.
Heartwarming In Hindsight: The scene where Bob reveals that U62 is number one in the ratings, thoroughly stunning George. 25 years, almost to the day, after this film was released, Weird Al's 2014 release Mandatory Fun would be his first number one album in Real Life.
He Really Can Act: Subverted. Al knew he was not an especially good actor and asked that the studio hire him an acting coach so he'd "suck a little bit less." His efforts show through in the scene where he finds out the station is about to go broke.