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* TheCameo: Robert Goulet plays piano in the video for "You Don't Love Me Anymore".

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* TheCameo: Robert Goulet Creator/RobertGoulet plays piano in the video for "You Don't Love Me Anymore".


* MinisculeRocking: The HiddenTrack, "Bite Me," is only 11 seconds long.

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* MinisculeRocking: The HiddenTrack, "Bite Me," is only 11 6 seconds long.

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* LyricalColdOpen: "I Can't Watch This".


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''Off The Deep End'' is the seventh studio album by Music/WeirdAlYankovic, released in 1992, and his first to be self-produced after Rick Derringer produced all of his previous ones.

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''Off The the Deep End'' is the seventh studio album by Music/WeirdAlYankovic, released in 1992, and his first to be self-produced after Rick Derringer produced all of his previous ones.



!!''Tropes like Nirvana.''

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!!''Tropes like Nirvana.''Nirvana:''

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* AsLongAsItSoundsForeign: The gibberish end lyrics of "Smells Like Nirvana", which segues from sounding like Japanese to Yiddish:
-->Sayonara, sayonara,\\
Ayonawa, odinawa,\\
Odinaya, yodinaya,\\
Yaddayadda, yaaahyaaah,\\
Ayaaaaaah!

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* GunNut: "Trigger Happy".


* TakeThat: Discussing "The Plumbing Song" which parodies Music/MilliVanilli's "Girl You Know It's True" and "Baby Don't Forget My Number", Al called his joking on the infamous duo "redundant" in the wake of their 1990 Grammy Awards lip-synching scandal. He went on to confirm that he did, in fact, sing his song himself.

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* TakeThat: TakeThat:
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Discussing "The Plumbing Song" which parodies Music/MilliVanilli's "Girl You Know It's True" and "Baby Don't Forget My Number", Al called his joking on the infamous duo "redundant" in the wake of their 1990 Grammy Awards lip-synching lip-syncing scandal. He went on to confirm that he did, in fact, sing his song himself.himself.
** “I Can’t Watch This” is a full list of these about TV shows and personalities, including:
*** ''Series/AmericasFunniestHomeVideos'' (the only show to get a whole verse dedicated to it)
*** ''Series/TheCosbyShow''
*** ''Series/{{Roseanne}}''
*** ''Series/ThePeoplesCourt''
*** ''Series/TwinPeaks''
*** ''Series/SiskelAndEbert''
*** ''[[Series/LateNight Late Night with David Letterman]]''
*** ''Series/TheArsenioHallShow''

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* SexyStewardess: "Airline Amy".

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* {{Pun}}: On "I Can't Watch This," Al says he want to [[Creator/DavidLynch lynch]] the doughnut-eating freaks on ''Series/TwinPeaks''.


''Off The Deep End'' is the seventh studio album by Music/WeirdAlYankovic, released in 1992, and his album to be self-produced after Rick Derringer produced all of his previous ones.

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''Off The Deep End'' is the seventh studio album by Music/WeirdAlYankovic, released in 1992, and his album first to be self-produced after Rick Derringer produced all of his previous ones.


* MinusculeRocking: The HiddenTrack, "Bite Me," is only 11 seconds long.

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* MinusculeRocking: MinisculeRocking: The HiddenTrack, "Bite Me," is only 11 seconds long.


* BilingualBonus: "Taco Grande", much like the song it parodies, is filled with Gratuitous Spanish. While Al's simple phrases are mostly things about foods he wants and paying for them, Cheech Marin's cameo in the bridge is a lengthy recommendation and description of a particularly hot dish and the side effects of eating it, ending by asking if the stupid customer can understand what he's saying.[[note]]Ironically enough, the Mexican-American Marin doesn't speak fluent Spanish, forcing Al to write out his part phonetically.[[/note]

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* BilingualBonus: "Taco Grande", much like the song it parodies, is filled with Gratuitous Spanish. While Al's simple phrases are mostly things about foods he wants and paying for them, Cheech Marin's cameo in the bridge is a lengthy recommendation and description of a particularly hot dish and the side effects of eating it, ending by asking if the stupid customer can understand what he's saying.[[note]]Ironically enough, [[note]]Ironically, the Mexican-American Marin doesn't speak fluent Spanish, forcing Al to write out his part phonetically.[[/note][[/note]]


''Off The Deep End'' is the seventh studio album by Music/WeirdAlYankovic, which was released in 1992. It was the first album that was produced by "Weird Al" himself.

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''Off The Deep End'' is the seventh studio album by Music/WeirdAlYankovic, which was released in 1992. It was the first 1992, and his album that was to be self-produced after Rick Derringer produced by "Weird Al" himself.
all of his previous ones.



* BilingualBonus: "Taco Grande", much like the song it parodies, is filled with Gratuitous Spanish. While Al's simple phrases are mostly things about foods he wants and paying for them, Cheech Marin's cameo in the bridge is a lengthy recommendation and description of a particularly hot dish and the side effects of eating it, ending by asking if the stupid customer can understand what he's saying.
** Cheech Marin's cameo is doubly amusing, since Cheech doesn't speak Spanish. Al had to write it out phonetically.

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* BilingualBonus: "Taco Grande", much like the song it parodies, is filled with Gratuitous Spanish. While Al's simple phrases are mostly things about foods he wants and paying for them, Cheech Marin's cameo in the bridge is a lengthy recommendation and description of a particularly hot dish and the side effects of eating it, ending by asking if the stupid customer can understand what he's saying.
** Cheech Marin's cameo is doubly amusing, since Cheech
saying.[[note]]Ironically enough, the Mexican-American Marin doesn't speak Spanish. fluent Spanish, forcing Al had to write it out his part phonetically.[[/note]



* FaceOnTheCover: "Weird Al" in the swimming pool, parodying the cover of Nirvana's album ''Nevermind''.
** Amusingly, Al stated in the biography ''Weird Al: The Book'' that he intended the cover to show him wearing brightly colored swim trunks, but the photo was taken at an angle that made him appear naked. He decided to just roll with it.

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* FaceOnTheCover: "Weird Al" in the swimming pool, parodying the cover of Nirvana's album ''Nevermind''.
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''Nevermind''. Amusingly, Al stated in the biography ''Weird Al: The Book'' that he intended the cover to show him wearing brightly colored swim trunks, trunks (you can see a sliver of them on his right leg), but the photo was taken at an angle that made him appear naked. He decided to just roll with it.it.
* FanDisservice: Actually wearing swim trunks or not, Weird Al is the last person anyone would want to see naked on an album cover.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The last two lines on the bridge of "Airline Amy."
-->''Airline Amy, this is my new mission\\
Gonna get you in an upright locked position''
* HiddenTrack: Done as a prank on absent-minded listeners who'd forget to turn their CD players off after the last song. After "You Don't Love Me Any More," there's about ten minutes of silence followed by eleven seconds of cacophonous noise entitled "Bite Me."



* MinusculeRocking: The HiddenTrack, "Bite Me," is only 11 seconds long.



* RecordProducer: "Weird Al" Yankovic.

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* RecordProducer: "Weird Al" Yankovic.The first album Al self-produced.



* ShoutOut: "Trigger Happy" has a couple.
** "Now why'd ya havta get so mad?/It was [[Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail just a lousy flesh wound, dad]]."
** "I always keep a Magnum in my trunk/You better ask yourself, [[Film/DirtyHarry do you feel lucky, punk]]?"



* SpecialGuest: Cheech Marin in "Taco Grande".

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* SpecialGuest: SpecialGuest
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Cheech Marin in "Taco Grande".Grande".
** Creator/TomKenny as one of the announcers on "I Can't Watch This."

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** Amusingly, Al stated in the biography ''Weird Al: The Book'' that he intended the cover to show him wearing brightly colored swim trunks, but the photo was taken at an angle that made him appear naked. He decided to just roll with it.

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