Which one was the best Weird Al appearance?

Dominic Gomez
Dominic Gomez

Which one was the best Weird Al appearance?

Tyler Collins
Tyler Collins

That time he was weird.

Alexander Hernandez
Alexander Hernandez

you missed the others

Jaxon Lewis
Jaxon Lewis

squid hat
Forgot about that one.
Is Murphy's Law any good?

Robert Adams
Robert Adams

No love for the garbage man?

Carson Sullivan
Carson Sullivan

it's pretty meh. it only has one joke that gets reused over and over, and they ruined one of the good waifus by making her sole defining trait being a Doctor Who fan.

Isaiah Thomas
Isaiah Thomas

Shit I almost forgot about him.

Im going to say Cheese Sandwhich was his best.

by making her sole defining trait being a Doctor Who fan
First thing, I agree.
waifus
Second thing no one gives a shit

Bentley King
Bentley King

Cheese Sandwich

Austin Ortiz
Austin Ortiz

Oh yeah him. Didn't one of his songs get used in the Transformers movie in the 80's? It was dare to be stupid if I'm not mistaken.

Parker Edwards
Parker Edwards

Yep, Animated!Wreck-gar even says "I DARE to be stupid" at one point

Robert Fisher
Robert Fisher

Which episode

Jace Mitchell
Jace Mitchell

Screwball Jones no contest.

David Murphy
David Murphy

S02E04 "Garbage In, Garbage Out"

Jackson Ramirez
Jackson Ramirez

Whoah wait, Milo Murphy a main character is entirely voiced by Weird Al?

Dylan Davis
Dylan Davis

IN THE JACKSON PARK EXPRESS

Caleb Parker
Caleb Parker

Al got to play Wreck-garr?

As an old Transformers fan, this pleases me for reasons that should be obvious.

Jaxson Parker
Jaxson Parker

Yep, Animated!Wreck-gar even says "I DARE to be stupid" at one point

This pleases me still further.

Jeremiah Perez
Jeremiah Perez

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Samuel Edwards
Samuel Edwards

Either Wreck or Cheese.

Wreck had a lot more fun, Cheese got to sing a few songs.

Zachary Green
Zachary Green

Cheese Sandwich almost feels like cheating given he was more or less playing himself. Is funny that he got the ideas when he saw PMVs of his music on YouTube, apparently.

Brandon Torres
Brandon Torres

And it even makes sense for him to say it in-context. It's not blatantly shoehorned in. It was a magical episode.

Gavin Anderson
Gavin Anderson

What I really like about Wreck-Gar and that episode is that "Garbage In, Garbage Out" is a real concept. If you give a computer bad information, or bad commands, it'll give out bad results. Wreck-Gar thinks like a really old, messed up computer, which is why he takes everything so literally, that he mimics people that give him information.

"I am Wreck-Gar."
"I am only good for one thing… GARBAGE!"
"I must deliver garbage to all!"

I think that's pretty creative, especially since most of the robots in TFA think humanly.

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