# The 27 List ## Fun With Math

### Twos and Sevens

• How can we summarize "Weird Al"? Try 2 words composed of 7 letters. {ak}
• During select concerts, Al is given a whopper of an introduction before a certain song. One of the lines in this introduction is "Let me hear you 2 times! Let me hear you 7 times!" {ib}
• Before an L.A. Al concert in "The Compleat Al," the camera pans past posters showing other singers appearing. Neil Diamond is scheduled from 2 through 7. {ib} {ms}
• In UHF, Uncle Harvey wins Channel 62 with a pair (2) of 7s. {ak}
• In "Harvey The Wonder Hamster" Al sings "Wonder Hamster" 2 times, and "Harvey" 7 times. {sc}
• In two songs (Harvey The Wonder Hamster and Attack of the Radioactive Hamsters From A Planet Near Mars), the main focus is of a hamster. "Hamster" is seven letters. {jh}
• In "The Night Santa Went Crazy," 2 reindeer live and 7 die. {jg}
• On the lyrics section of the "Bad Hair Day" CD, "Cavity Search" is broken into two columns. The first column is 2 cm long and the second is 7 cm long. The same is true with "Gump." Also "Gump" is broken into two columns and is the 7th song. {ck}
• The cassette single for "Gump" has 2 songs on it. The CD single has 7. {ib}
• In 2 separate songs on "Bad Hair Day" Al mentions "7 digit numbers." {be}
• Internal organs are mentioned in song number 2 on "Bad Hair Day" and song number 7 on "Off The Deep End." {mc}
• Al was a guest on "Space Ghost" in the program's first year. He was guest 2 on episode 7. {jw}
• Another item listed on the Sam Goody gift bag is "shoehorn with teeth." This is a song on They Might Be Giant's second album, and the seventh non-CD item Al wants for Christmas. {ib}
• The Baltimore Edition of the TV Guide, shows "Dick Clark's Rockin' New Years Eve 1997" special being shown on both channel 2 and channel 7. Al performed on this show. {ib}
• One of the TV Guide issues that "Weird Al" Yankovic appears on is dated February 7, 1998, or 2-7-98. {dt}
• In the Big Boy Magazine with the Al interview, the interview was 2 pages long. It started on page 7. {jt}
• On Al's DVD, in the directory Video_ts, there is 2.78GB of data. {ls}
• Al's mom was born on 2/7/23. {ro} {ss} {tw}
• In the video "It's All About the Pentiums", there are two groups that dance throughout the video (not counting Al dancing alone). One consists of Al and Drew (2 people), and the other consists of Al and six backup dancers (7 people).
• During the VH1 Fairway to Heaven special on November 20, 1999, Al blew on 2 dice and the number he rolled was 7. {ls}
• On AL-TV #8, there's a fake commercial with a lawyer fighting for big cash rewards. The last victim (who is only a head) says he got him 2.7 million dollars. {aa}
• The name of Al's record label, Way Moby, consists of 2 words and 7 letters. Also, Volcano and Way Moby are Al's 2 labels, each consisting of 7 letters. {ao}
• On "Bad Hair Day," the 2nd verse (not including the chorus) of the 7th track starts at 0:27. {dk}
• The radio commercial for the movie "Pokémon 2000: The Power of One" lists some of the people on the soundtrack. Al is number 2 on that list of 7. {aw}
• Al's long time mentor is Dr. Demento. Dr. has 2 letters. Demento has 7. {te}
• When Al appeared on "Win Ben Stein's Money" on November 21, 2000, he lost the Best of 10 Test Of Knowledge 2 to 7.
• Al was married on February 10, 2001 to a woman named Suzanne. There are 2 letters in the name Al and 7 letters in the name Suzanne. {ew}
• In the beginning of "George Of The Jungle" there are 2 series of 7 drum beats each. {dv}
• On the "Poodle Hat" CD back cover, the only song title long enough to require 2 lines has 7 words, "Why Does This Always Happen To Me?" {st}
• The #2 train can run from Times Square across the Brooklyn Bridge, but Times Square is the intersection for the #2 and #7 lines. {ge}
• 2 seconds into the 7th track on "Poodle Hat" ("A Complicated Song"), Al begins talking. {jf}
• On the back of the "Poodle Hat" case, to the left of the 2nd track ("Hardware Store"), there are 7 colored strips. {jf}
• At the October 31, 2001 concert in Poughkeepsie, NY, instead of just shooting Rubén one time, he shot him twice. The first time Al shot Rubén, he fired 2 shots, and the second time Al shot Rubén he fired 7 shots. {ju}
• In "Virus Alert, " Al mentions the number 42. 42, broken into it's prime multipliers, gives 3 x 2 x 7. {eh}

• Al's birthday, October 23, always falls on the fourth week of the month. If you add the days directly one, two, and three weeks preceding it, 2 + 9 + 16, you wind up with 27. {je}
• Al's bass player, Steve Jay, was born on January 26, or as it's commonly written, 1/26. 1 + 26 = 27. {dt}
• "Weird Al" took his first accordion lesson on October 22, 1966., one day before he turned 7. Since Al was still 6, add his age to the day of the month (22) and you get 28. Now subtract the one day to his next birthday and you get 27. {dt}
• If you take the number of times the last name "Yankovic" appears in Al's high school Senior yearbook; 12, and the number of pictures of Al; 15, you get 27.
• "Weird Al" was a guest on "Tomorrow with Tom Snyder" in the early morning hours of April 22, 1981. Since April is the fourth month, 4 + 2 + 2 + 1 + 9 + 8 + 1 = 27. {dt}
• The Tom Snyder show started at 12:30 a.m. Al was 21 when he was on the show. 1 + 2 + 3 + 0 + 21 = 27. {dt}
• If you use the numbers on a telephone that correspond with the letters in WEIRD AL and perform these operations, you get 9 + 3 + 4 + 7 - 3 + 2 + 5 = 27. {ib}
• Using that same number coding applied to Close Personal Friends of Al (CPFOA), you C + P - F + O - A = 3 + 16 - 6 + 15 - 1 = 27. {dt}
• If you take the letters in the band member's names, Weird Al Yankovic (15), Steve Jay (8), Jim West (7), Jon Schwartz (11), and perform the operation 15 + 11 + 8 - 7 you get 27. {sc}
• If you give each letter of UHF it's numerical value, then H x F - U = 27. {ld}
• The movie "UHF" was released in 1989. 1 + 9 + 8 + 9 = 27.
• There are four numbers (8739) on the side of the "UHF" video box. 8 + 7 + 3 + 9 = 27.
• If you add the number of letters in Al's and Wendy's name on "Peter and the Wolf", not counting quotation marks, you get 26. But, if you change the name Wendy to Walter (Which was her name when she was a he) you get 27.
• The song "Let Me Be Your Hog" is 25 words and 2 snorts long. 25 + 2 = 27. {ak}
• In the song "When I Was Your Age", there is a line that goes "My dad would whoop us every night 'til a quarter after twelve" On a digital clock, the time reads 12:15. Add 12 + 15 and you get 27. {ib}
• In the song "When I was Your Age" there is a line that says, "worked in the coal mine 22 hours a day for just half a cent." If you write half as .5 and add 22 + 5 you get 27. {kg}
• The first two judges in the "Headline News" video give scores of 9.7 and 8.3. 9 + 7 + 8 + 3 = 27. {ja}
• If you take the minutes on Bad Hair Day and subtract the number of seconds, you get 27. 42 - 15 = 27
• "Gump" is track seven on "Bad Hair Day." Al sings the word "Gump" 20 times. 20 + 7 = 27. {mm}
• If you take the number of surviving reindeer in the song "The Night Santa Went Crazy" (two, Donner and Vixen) and add that to the date of Christmas (December 25) you get 27. {mw}
• If you add the letters of the song titles of tracks 7, 9, and 11 on "Bad Hair Day" (Gump, Syndicated Inc., Phony Calls) you get 27. Also 7 + 9 + 11 = 27. {af}
• If you take the track numbers from the three songs that 27 is found directly in and add them together ("Cable TV", track 10 from "Dare To Be Stupid"; "Biggest Ball Of Twine In Minnesota", track 13 from "UHF"; and "Callin' In Sick", track 4 from "Bad Hair Day") you get 27. {ib}
• On Those Darn Accordion's "No Strings Attached" album, Al appears on track 13 of 14. 13 + 14 = 27. {ib}
• Al directed Jeff Foxworthy's "Redneck Stomp" video. Two of the four people interviewing the tornado lady are holding microphones with the number 5 and 22 on them. 5 + 22 = 27. {mr}
• In the October 17, 1996 issue of "Rolling Stone" magazine, you can make all of the numbers mentioned about Al equal 27. 1 + 3 + 1 -1 + 1 + 1 + 9 - 4 + 8 + 8 = 27. {ib}
• Al had a letter to the editor printed in "MAD" magazine number #324. 3 + 24 = 27. {re}
• Also, the lyrics to "Jurassic Park" were published in "MAD" magazine #324. {ac}
• During Al's Freezone chat, Al was also asked how he plans to cut the national tax deficit. Al said he promises to give \$1 over the next 26 trillion years. 1 + 26 = 27. {cl}
• We all know about the 27 on the periodic table, and how the atomic weight of Aluminum, when rounded to the nearest integer, is 27. Here's a new twist to it: Take the specific atomic weight of Aluminum, round it to the nearest thousandth. You have 26.982. Coincidentally, 2 + 6 + 9 + 8 + 2 = 27 {ak}
• If you add the number of seconds (13) and minutes (3) in "Alimony" and the number of tracks on 'Even Worse' you get 27. {mc}
• There are 21 visible belt buckles on Al's Jacko outfit if you don't count the clamp-buckles on his wrists. There are 5 visible buttons on his belt. There is one fully visible ring hanging from his belt. 21 + 5 + 1 = 27. {mc}
• In "Fat," Al says "I'm having twenty thirds." The line before it is "When you're only having seconds." The line after it is "When I go to get my shoes shined..." Both lines mention pairs. Two pairs plus 23 equals 27. {mc}
• Close Personal Friends of Al is at 8033 Sunset Blvd. Box 4018. 8 + 0 + 3 + 3 + 4 + 0 + 1 + 8 = 27. {mk}
• In the Totally Fox Kids Magazine of Autumn 1996, there was an Al interview. On the page with the interview there is a small cartoon that is titled "Weird AL-lympics." The Judges are holding up the scores 10, 4.5, 6, and 2. 10 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 2 = 27. {mk}
• Here's another one for those chemists out there. AL is the symbol for Aluminum and is in the IIIA Family. I=1 and A=26 going from Z to A. Splitting the III up, (A - I) + II = 27. {jt}
• In the Disney Chat, someone asked how much money Al would get if sold his hair. His answer: \$24.12. 24 + 1 + 2 = 27. {rd}
• Al has played in Wausau, Wisconsin on 4 separate dates, coincidentally all in August. 8-11-85, 8-08-92, 8-07-94, 8-01-97. The dates add up to 27. 11 + 8 + 7 + 1 = 27. {sw}
• ALCON '98 was held on 6-13-98. If you add the numbers, it equals 27. 6 + 1 + 3 + 9 + 8 = 27. {bs}
• The population of Darwin, Minnesota, where the Twine Ball is located is 252. 25 + 2 = 27. {ws}
• In "The Night Santa Went Crazy" there are 22 letters. "The Night Santa Went Crazy" is 5 words, 22 + 5 = 27. {ws}
• In the movie "UHF," the title of Philo's show, "Secrets of the Universe" contains 20 letters and 7 syllables. 20 + 7 = 27. {de}
• There is a picture of Al, on page 53, in the 5-31-99 issue of People Magazine. 53 - 31 + 5 = 27. {dt}
• Weird Al was a guest on a Space Ghost Coast To Coast rerun on Cartoon Network on 4-23-99. 4 + 23 = 27. {dt}
• Al's dad was born on 6/4/17. 6 + 4 + 17 = 27. {ro}
• The title of the song "Attack Of The Radioactive Hamsters From A Planet Near Mars" contains 10 words and 17 syllables. 10 + 17 = 27. {de}
• The Biggest Ball of Twine is in Minnesota and Albuquerque is in New Mexico. The postal abbreviation for Minnesota is MN and New Mexico's postal abbreviation is NM. M is the 13th letter of the alphabet and N is the 14th letter of the alphabet. 13 + 14 = 27. {de}
• "Running With Scissors" was released on June 29, 1999. That's 6-29-1999. 6 + 2 + 9 + 1+ 9 + 9 - 9 = 27. {to}
• Weird Al Yankovic was at the KFMB-FM studios on Sep 15, 1999. The address of the TV/radio station is at 7677 Engineer Road. 7 + 7 + 6 + 7 = 27. {dt}
• Al did a chat on Yahoo! on November 16, 1999 (11/16/99). 11 + 16 = 27. {aw} Also, 1 + 1 + 1 + 6 + 9 + 9 = 27. {ah}
• Using the numerical code for the alphabet (A=1 B=2 C=3, etc.), and add the letters F-A-T (F=6, A=1, T=20) together. 6 + 1 + 20 = 27. {aw}
• The title of the song "Attack of the Radioactive Hamsters from a Planet Near Mars" contains 10 words and 17 syllables. 10 + 17 = 27. {de}
• UHF was made in 1989. The UHF station George manages is channel 62. 89 - 62 = 27. {mg}
• The numbers on the side of the "Weird Al Yankovic Live!" video box add up to 27. {cb}
• In the "Running With Scissors" booklet, if you count up the number of scissors next in "Polka Power!" it comes out to 27. Each of the 15 songs has a pair of scissors, and there are twelve scissors 12 next to the title. 12 + 15 = 27. {we}
• Al's letter to the editor appeared in MAD Issue #324. Using the numerical code for the alphabet (A=1 B=2 C=3 etc.), add up the letters M + A + D (M=13 A=1 D=4) = 18. Add this to the issue numbers individually. 18 + 3 + 2 + 4 = 27. {aw}
• In Al-TV #8, during Al News, Al reports that Mariah Carey is planning to make 12 more versions of her "Heartbreaker" video, one of which will consist of 15 Mariah Careys battling to the death in spandex halter tops. 12 + 15 = 27. {aw}
• In the song "Fat," Al mentions the numbers 7, 1, 23, and 42. 42 - 23 + 7 + 1 = 27.
• In "Your Horoscope for Today" Al mentions "playing Whack-a-mole 17 hours a day." There are ten letters in Whack-a-mole. 10 + 17 = 27. {bi}
• On the album "Running with Scissors" the liner notes say to write to Al at PMB# 4018, 8033 Sunset Blvd. 4 + 0 + 1 + 8 + 8 + 0 + 3 + 3 = 27. {te)
• Page 20 of the July 7, 2000 "Radio and Records" magazine incorrectly stated that on "July 20, 1989 - Weird Al Yankovic's "UHF" movie opened in theaters. It earned just \$6 million." Using either the date or the page number for 20, then 7 + 20 = 27. The movie actually opened July 21. 21 + 6 = 27. {dt}
• In "The Biggest Ball Of Twine In Minnesota," Al sings about the distance between the twine ball in Darwin, Minnesota and Fargo, North Dakota. The distance is 190.4 mi (306.4 km). Distances were calculated by Avis Mapmaker, using the Fastest City-to-City calculations, from Darwin to Fargo. 1 + 9 + 0 + 4 + 3 + 0 + 6 + 4 = 27. {cg}
• Al hosted VH1's "The List" from July 31 to August 4, 2000. 31 - 4 = 27. {aw}
• If you add up all the parodies on Al's albums from the 1980s, they add up to 27. There are 5 on the self-titled album, 5 on "In 3-D", 4 on "Dare to Be Stupid", 4 on "Polka Party!", 5 on "Even Worse", and 4 on "UHF." 5 + 5 + 4 + 4 + 5 + 4 = 27.
• Both Al's Behind the Music and his VH1 concert special were re-run on December 15, 2000. (12/15). 12 + 15 = 27. {aw}
• In Al TV #2, one of the screens of fake tour dates includes the dates "Nov 13 ORLANDO, FL Bob & Ednas Quiche Emporium" and "Nov 14 ARIZONA Grand Canyon." These two dates add up to 27. Also "Bob & Ednas Quiche Emporium" contains 27 characters, including spaces. {rg}
• "Brady Bunch" has 11 letters and spaces and it. It is said 16 times in Al's version of the song by the same name. 11 + 16 = 27. {as}
• If you count the letters from "Theme From Rocky XIII" and add it to the Roman numeral for 13, you get 27. 14 + 13 = 27. {aw}
• "Bohemian Polka" and "Harvey the Wonder Hamster" were recorded 7-17-93. 7 + 1 + 7 + 9 + 3 = 27. {an}
• The song "Spy Hard" was recorded on 3-27-96. Not only does the date have a 27 in it, but it also adds to 27. 3 + 2 + 7 + 9 + 6 = 27. {an}
• August 21, 1995 marks the day Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz first posted "The Bermuda Files" about "Weird Al" Yankovic on the web. 8 - 2 - 1 - 1 + 9 + 9 + 5 = 27. {dt}
• Al's birthday is October 23, 1959, or 10/23/1959. (10 - 23 - 19) + 59 = 27. {ow}
• The total length of the "UHF" feature presentation on the DVD is 97 minutes and 11 seconds. 9 + 7 + 11 = 27. {as}
• Al was born at 1:56 PM on 10/23/59. 59 - 23 - 10 + 1 = 27. {cc}
• "eBay" is 3:36 long. 33 - 3 - 3 = 27. {as}
• "Bob" is 2:29 long. 29 - 2 = 27. {as}
• Al started recording "Couch Potato," "eBay," "Ode To A Superhero," "Trash Day," "Angry White Boy Polka," and "A Complicated Song" on 3-21-03. 3 + 21 + 0 + 3 = 27. {ac} {as}
• Al started recording "Party At The Leper Colony," "Wanna B Ur Lovr," "Hardware Store," "Why Does This Always Happen To Me?," and "Bob" on 3-26-02. 3 + 26 + 0 - 2 = 27. {as}
• On the cover of "Poodle Hat" there are 18 people, besides Al. Nine of them have hats on. (One has a visor.) 18 + 9 = 27. {tp}
• "Poodle Hat" sold 49,862 copies in its first week, and at the first week mark, it was album number 17 on the Bilboard charts. 49 - 8 - 6 -2 + 1 - 7 = 27. {rm}
• If you take the letters in "Eat It," and assign each a numerical value, a=1, b=2, etc., then 20 + 20 - 9 - 5 + 1 = 27. {dv}

### Multiplication and Divsion

• In UHF, during Wheel Of Fish, at the beginning, when the audience shouts out "Wheel Of Fish", there is a board that says Wheel Of Fish at the top and there are 3 rows of a bunch of squares that have pictures of fish on it. Well, there are 3 rows of 9 in each row. There are 27 little fish squares on the board. {ss}
• In the song "Spam," the bells in the background jingle in nine sets of three. 9 x 3 = 27.
• In "The Biggest Ball Of Twine in Minnesota", Al crosses the state line at 6:39. 3 x 9 = 27. {jm}
• The back cover of "The Food Album" has 9 Al-eating monsters. Each monster has a bib with the name "Weird Al" Yankovic on it. The three words are repeated nine times for a total of 27. {sk}
• The Disney special "There's No Going Home" debuted at 9:30 p.m. eastern time. 9 x 3 = 27. {ld}
• In the album "Even Worse," there are 11 tracks. Out of these tracks, only 9 are at least 3 minutes long. 9 x 3 = 27. The remaining two tracks, Lasagna and Twister, are 2 7-letter long words. {ak}
• Al appeared on MTV's interactive game show "WebRIOT" on March 9, 2000, or 3/9/00. 3 x 9 = 27. {ao} {aw}
• In "Ask Al" for May 2000, Al follows an answer with the words "Number nine... Number nine... Number nine." 9 x 3 = 27. {aw}
• In "The Compleat Al", the billboard welcoming Al also advertises "Pork Butts: \$1.39/lb" 1 x 3 x 9 = 27. {aw}
• According to the Behind The Music VH-1 special, Al was born at 9 lb. and 3 oz. 9 x 3 = 27. {kp} {aw}
• In college, Al worked for K-CPR, which, on the radio dial, was 913 FM. 9 x 1 x 3 = 27. {aw}
• In the September 2000 issue of "Electronic Gaming Monthly," Al is briefly mentioned on page 139. 1 x 3 x 9 = 27. {aw}
• In MAD magazine issue 401 Al is briefly mentioned on page 33. 3^3 = 27. {aw}
• Billy Barty, the actor who played Noodles Macintosh in "UHF," was 3 foot 9 inches at the time of the shooting of the movie. 3 x 9 = 27. {as}
• In "Entertainment Weekly" for June 13, 2003, there is an interview with Al on page 93. 9 x 3 = 27. {sn}
• The length of the song "eBay" is 216 seconds long (3 minutes 36 seconds). 216 is a multiple of 27. (27 x 8 = 216). {eo}

### Higher Math

• If you take the line from "School Cafeteria" (1976), "Is it on? Okay. 1, 2. 1, 2, 5, 6." and perform the following mathematical operations on the numbers: 6 x 2 x 2 + 5 - 1 - 1 you get 27. {cs}
• If you look at the back of the "Dare To Be Stupid" album, you'll see six folding chairs. Each chair has four legs. There are three faces shown on the die next to the green chair. 6 x 4 + 3 = 27. {mw}
• In "Dare To Be Stupid" video, Bermuda plays 6 feet, with 5 toes each, as musical instruments. It takes 3 people to do this. 6 x 5 - 3 = 27. {sc}
• "The Compleat Al" is 97 minutes long. If you start watching it at 7:02 (has a 2 and a 7) it'll end at 8:39 (3 x 9 = 27). If you start watching at 12:30 (30 - 1 - 2 = 27) you'll end at 2:07 (rather obvious). {ak}
• In the movie UHF, if you take the number of the channel George Newman worked at (62), divide by how many times Stanley Spadowski's picture appears on the movie cover (2), and subtract the number of the pictures on the front of the movie cover which were actually "real shows" in the movie (4), you get 27. {gd}
• In "The Biggest Ball Of Twine In Minnesota" Al crosses the state line at 6:39. 6 x 3 + 9 = 27. {ak}
• If you take all of the numbers mentioned in the song "The Biggest Ball Of Twine In Minnesota" and perform the following operations: 2 x (21140 / 7 / 10 - 53 + 8 + 3 - 99 + 1 - 50 - 6 - 3 + 1 - 37 - 39 - 1) - 27 you get 27. {sc}
• The number of tracks on "UHF" soundtrack (13) plus the number of tracks on either "Polka Party!" or "The Food Album" or "Greatest Hits" (10) plus the tracks on the "Amish Paradise" CD single (4) equals 27. {ls}
• The number of tracks on "Greatest Hits" (10) plus the number of tracks on either "Polka Party!" or "The Food Album" (10) plus the tracks on the "Gump" CD single (7) equals 27. {ls}
• In Euler's number, the number represented by "e", the first two digits are "27" (e = 2.718....) and in "Alfred Matthew Yankovic", there are 2 "e"'s, telling us to take the first two digits of the number which just happens to be 27.
• If you take the number of every person - even if they are repeated - that Al shoots, wants to shoot, or threatens in "Trigger Happy" (3) multiply by the times Al mentions foreigners (2), and add the different guns (6) and unused ammo (1), you get 10 * 2 + 7 = 27. {mc}
• If you take all of the numbers mentioned in "When I Was Your Age" and do this: ([12 + 15 + 73] * .5) / (90 - 40) + 22 = 23. If you add the average number of times Al says "When I Was Your Age" in the choruses (4 times) you get 27. {mc}
• Counting 1 as a space, if you add the numbers in the title "Phony Calls" that you get from a telephone keypad, then divide by 2, you receive an answer of 27. {sr}
• The Placebo record catalog number is 3626. (3 + 6) x (6 / 2) = 27. {cm}
• Here's some 27s using catalog numbers. On the In 3-D CD the number is 5207-2-SB, so 5 x 2 x 2 + 7 = 27. On the Dare To Be Stupid CD the number is 5208-2-SB, so 8 x 2 x 2 - 5 = 27. On the Even Worse CD the number is 5210-2-SB, so 2 x 10 + 5 + 2 = 27. On the Alapalooza CD the number is 72392 75415-2, so 7 + 2 + 3 + 9 + 2 + 7 - 5 + 2 + 4 - 5 + 1=27. {ws}
• In 1998 (1 + 9 + 9 + 8 = 27) Weird Al turned 39 (3 x 9 = 27). Also, for part of 1999 (1 x 9 + 9 + 9 = 27) he was still 39 (3 x 9 = 27). {tb}
• In the song "Cable TV," the numbers mentioned (other than 27) can be arranged to form a 27. (50 + 5) x (3 - 1) - 83 = 27. {de}
• If you convert the letters in "Lynwood" into their corresponding number in the alphabet: 12 + 25 + 14 + 23 + 15 + 15 + 4 = 108. Take CA ( 3 + 1 ) and divide 108 by 4 and you get 27. {de}
• Al's mom was born on 2/7. 2 / 7 = 4.142857142857142857142857142857 (repeats infinitely). Add up the repeating decimals and you get 1 + 4 + 2 + 8 + 5 + 7 = 27. {ro}
• There is a pair of dice on the album "Dare to be Stupid" (One on the front, one on the back). The one on the front has the numbers 1, 4, 5 showing, and the one on the back has the numbers 1, 2, 3 showing. (( 4 x 5 ) + 1 + 1 + 2 + 3 = 27. {aw}
• While raising \$75,000 for Uncle Harvey in UHF, Al raised \$73,240 before getting the \$2,000 from the guy always asking for change. 7 x 3 + 2 + 4 + 0 = 27.
• Al was in MAD Magazine issue 390. 3 X 9 - 0 = 27 {aw}
• When Al appeared on "Win Ben Stein's Money" on November 21, 2000, one of the questions asked how many schools are in the Ivy League. They players answered 7, 5, and the correct answer 8. 7 x 5 - 8 = 27. {aw}
• "Weird Al" Yankovic had a concert at the Adler Theatre in Davenport, Iowa on Sunday, September 24, 2000. The capacity of the theatre was 2,347. (4 x 7) - 3 + 2 = 27. {ws}
• "Weird Al" Yankovic has 15 letters. Weird has 5 letters, Al has 2 letters, and Yankovic has 8 letters. (2 x 15) - 8) + 5) = 27. {sh}
• Weird Al was born on October 23, or 10/23. ( 1 + 0 + 2 ) ^ 3 = 27. {jq}
• In the podium scene of the "Running With Scissors" CD liner notes, there are 4 numbers. From left to right, they are 9, 2, 1, and 3. Keeping that order, and inserting math symbols, you get (9^2) * 1 / 3 = 27. {jq}
• The Raul's Wild Kingdom segment of "UHF" was filmed at 330 East 11th. 30 - 3 X 1 X 1 = 27. {as}
• In "UHF" when Big Louie arrives at U62 they had raised a total on \$73,240. 7 X 3 + 2 + 4 = 27. {as}
• Al's daughter, Nina, was born on 2/11/2003. (2 x 11) + 2 + 0 + 0 + 3 = 27. {ew}
• In "The Biggest Ball Of Twine In Minnesota" Al crosses the state line at 6:39. 6 x 3 + 9 = 27. {ce}
• "Party At The Leper Colony" is 3:38 long. 3 + (3 x 8) = 27. {as}
• "Poodle Hat" was released on 05/20/03. 5 + 20 + 3 - 1 x 1 = 27. {as}
• In the animated "Virus Alert" video, the stock ticker at the bottom of the screen reads "AL: 1888.3". 1 x (8 + 8 + 8) + 3 = 27. {sn}

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