At first blush, a pornography shoot inspired by "Weird Al" Yankovic seems like a pretty random idea. However, artists often seem sexier after they release a No. 1 album, so perhaps that explains why porn/comedy site WoodRocket posted a nude photo shoot inspired by the musical wisecracker's film UHF: Yankovic's most recent LP, Mandatory Fun, is the first comedy album to top the charts in about four decades. Part of its success can be attributed to the eight videos he released last week, which we ranked along with the other clips in his catalog. Originally released in 1989, UHF mocks low-budget TV stations, which makes WoodRocket's "naked tribute" a parody of a parody. The NSFW version features two models, one of whom rocks Al's matted curls and creepy mustache with her bits out — and to be honest, we've never felt more sexually confused. This, of course, follows the news that Coolio is making actual porn now, and that new 50 Shades of Grey trailer featuring a kinkier take on Beyoncé's "Crazy in Love."