In showbiz, you know you’ve made it if you’ve inspired a pornographic parody. (As evidenced this Crave Online post titled 9 porn parodies that will haunt you forever.) The same logic applies to Weird Al, whose album, Mandatory Fun, hit no. 1 on the Billboard charts thanks to hits like “Word Crimes,” a gut-bustingly hilarious interpretation of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines.” Clearly, it’s better than the original.
Weird Al is undoubtedly the king of parody—which doesn’t always sit well with some musicians—but he’s not above being parodied himself. In fact, he was downright delighted to hear that UHF, Weird Al’s classic 1989 film, was spoofed by Woodrocket, a site reknowned for creating 18+ pop-culture parodies. Featuring models Lily Bergman and Jessica Dawn, the site created a photoshoot including the essential characters from UHF, and it’s as weird, awkward, and delightful as the movie itself—as the AV Club noted, it’s literally the Weird Al of porn. Scroll through the gallery above for the SFW images (though be warned, there’s a butt involved) and check the very NSFW originals right here.
Weird Al took to Twitter to express his delight and disbelief over the gallery.
Of course, we’re not shocked to see Weird Al in a photo spread. After all, just last week, we declared him a style icon—I mean, it was only a matter of time.