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Ear Booker Productions

Logo: On a rapidly flashing black and white background, we see the words "EAR BOOKER PRODUCTIONS" in FF Blur (a blobby version of Helvetica) zooming in, inverting its colors accompanying with the flashing background, and stopping in the center.

FX/SFX: The flashing and zooming.

Cheesy Factor: The flashing is way too annoying and seizure-inducing. Even the text looks a little ugly.

Music/Sounds: A portion of the song "Bite Me", consisting of a cacophony of guitars and Weird Al screaming at the top of his lungs.

Availability: Seen only on The Weird Al Show, which is on DVD. It made a surprise reappearence on "Weird Al" Yankovic Live!: The Alpocalypse Tour on Comedy Central, which is on DVD as of October 4, 2011.

Scare Factor: Medium to high. The screaming and the flashing might scare you and can cause seizures. Knowing Weird Al, this was probably intentional.


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SallyJones1998 EBP V-One 0 Nov 2 2013, 4:20 AM EDT by SallyJones1998
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Logo: On a rapidly flashing black and white background, we see the words "EAR BOOKER PRODUCTIONS" in FF Blur (a blobby version of Helvetica) zooming in, inverting its colors accompanying with the flashing background, and stopping in the center.

FX/SFX: The flashing and zooming.

Cheesy Factor: The flashing is way too annoying and seizure-inducing. Even the text looks a little ugly.

Music/Sounds: A portion of the song "Bite Me", consisting of a cacophony of guitars and Weird Al screaming at the top of his lungs.

Availability: Seen only on The Weird Al Show, which is on DVD. It made a surprise reappearence on "Weird Al" Yankovic Live!: The Alpocalypse Tour on Comedy Central, which is on DVD as of October 4, 2011.

Scare Factor: Medium to high. The screaming and the flashing can scare everyone and can cause seizures. Knowing Weird Al, this was probably intentional.
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LJK193 Alpocalypse 0 Mar 18 2012, 3:25 PM EDT by LJK193
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I also saw this logo at the end of his Alpocalypse tour on Comedy Central.

Nasty logo, gave me a seizure!
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CooleyBoy10 Logo 1 Mar 21 2011, 10:18 AM EDT by johndakingofawesome
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Nickname: "The Words from Heck", "Words of Doom", "AAAA! WAAAAAA!!!", "Flashing Words", "Bite Me Logo", "The Weird Al Logo", "The reason I don't want to see the end of The Weird Al Show", "The Personalification of All That's Evil", "Seizure Inducing Logo"
Logo: On a rapidly flashing black and white BG, the words EAR BOOKER PRODUCTIONS zooming in and stopping at the center.
FX/SFX: The flashing and zooming.
Cheesy Factor: OK, the flashing BG? C''mon! That'll start seizures!
Music/Sounds: Weird Al Yankovic screaming crazily. Sometimes silent.
Music/Sounds Trivia: This was used at the end of Weird Al's album Off the Deep End after the song You'll Always Love Me Anymore to scare the listeners if they forget to press eject.
Availbility: Extinct. Only seen on The Weird Al Show. Thank gosh for that.
Scare Factor: Nightmare, with the flashing BG, screaming and seizure inducing logo, this will definently scare some people off guard and give them seizures. None to minimal for the silent version, as it skips the BG and screams together. But still, you will be surprised the first time you see it.
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