Music Video: Ricky

Artisit: "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 2:37

  • Copyright: "Weird Al" Yankovic

Music Video For Ricky By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

Reviews For Ricky By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Does anyone have a clue?

    By MADKC4Ever
    This was his very first music video, dating back to 1983, and also the very first comedy video ever shown on MTV!! Maybe a lesser known one, as this was before his big Eat It break, but any true Weird Al fan will enjoy this, as it's a very important peice of hisory!! :) very catchy song about I Love Lucy! Parody of Toni Basil's Mickey. Love it :)
  • problem

    By Daveysworld
    had a problem loading video,but what i saw i liked.way too pricey
  • this was awsome

    By sullybon
    your gooood and funny
  • Funny Stuff

    By shawnlkrebs
    How can you give any thing with a "Wierd Al" title a 1 star
  • Go "Weird Al" Yankovic

    By ajk2448
    Another classic by Weird Al. My friends love this song!!!

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