Weird Al Yankovic is back in style. His album <em>Mandatory Fun </em>which had a legendary YouTube reception is now the number 1 albumon the US Billboard chart. And he's had a week-long rollout of music videos to tickle everyone's funny bone. Don't remember Weird Al? Just Google<em>Eat It</em>and<em>Amish Paradise,</em> and thencan come back here. Al's album is the first comedy album to reach No 1 since 1963's <em>My Son, the Nut</em> by Allan Sherman. It's still hard for me to wrap my head around that, Yankovic said in an interview to <em>Reuters.</em> It means a lot to me. I realised that the Internet was pretty much where my bread was buttered, said the three-time Grammy winner, whose three-decade career has been due largely in part to the success of his humorous music videos and extremely clever lyrics that spoofed popular music. I wanted to do something that would appeal to the online community and things on the Internet go viral quick, he added.