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The four-time Grammy winning king of musical parodies, Weird Al Yankovic, has spent four decades making us laugh uncontrollably by writing his own lyrics to popular songs, and now he’s out with a new animated series called "Milo Murphy's Law," about a young man who lives as if Murphy's Law is inescapable. Weird Al also discusses his music parodies, and when pressed to name a favorite, he says “White and Nerdy,” because it’s the most autobiographical.