Song: I'll Sue Ya
Running Time: 3:51
Album: Straight Outta Lynwood
Parody of: Style parody of Rage Against the Machine ("Killing in the Name","Wake Up", and "Bombtrack")
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Al's Suing ReasonsEdit
- Eating half a million chalupas and getting fat. (Taco Bell)
- Using Panasonic's microwave to dry off his cat. (Panasonic)
- Calling Earthlink and being put on hold. (Earthlink)
- Spilling a cold Frappuccino on his lap. (Starbucks)
- Swallowing a Nerf ball and nearly choking to death. (Toys "R" Us)
- Eating a bag of kitty litter and getting bad breath. (Petco)
- Putting his finger down in a bottle of Coca-Cola and getting it stuck. (The Coca-Cola Company)
- Buying a ticket to New Jersey, going there, and finding out that it sucks. (Delta Air Lines)
- Shoving a Duracell's AA right up his nose. (Duracell)
- Buying a Home Depot's hammer and dropping it on his toes. (Home Depot)
- Taking a bath with his laptop, causing it to stop working. (Dell Computers)
- Looking like a jerk when he puts a Fruit of the Loom's tightie-whithies on his head. (Fruit of the Loom)
- Getting all depressed every time his cellphone is roaming. (Verizon)
- Colorado looks a lot like Wyoming. (The state of Colorado)
- Neiman Marcus putting up their Christmas decorations way out of season. (Neiman Marcus)
- He wanted to sue Ben Affleck claiming that he didn't even need a reason to do so.
- Taco Bell: Taco Belle
- EarthLink: UghrthLink
- Starbucks: Starbux
- Toys 'R' Us: Toysaurus
- PetCo: PetKo
- Coca Cola: Koca Kola
- Duracell: Durasell
- Home Depot: The Homey Depot
- Dell: Def
- Neiman Marcus: Nemen Markus
- Also on the Verison Guy's shirt, instead of Verizon, it said "Shut Up or I'll KILL You"
- This is the closest thing so far to an original rap song by Weird Al.
- The first thing Al complains about is how he became Fat.
- In the animation, the lawyer uses Tom Morello's "Arm the Homeless" guitar with "Homeless" replaced by "Lawyers".
- The animation is made to match Rage Against the Machines' music videos.
- The end of the video shows the band driving in a car, and when seen from the front the trio looks like the Pep Boys.
- Al's licence plate says I-SUE-U