The satire is strictly hit and miss and the plot is by the numbers in UHF, musical parodist "Weird Al" Yankovic's film debut. Yankovic plays George, a daydreaming misfit whose uncle (Stanley Brock) puts him in charge of U-62, a rundown UHF TV station. With the station facing bankruptcy,
a despairing George walks out on hosting chores midway through a lame kiddie show, leaving dimwitted janitor Stanley Spadowski (Michael Richards) to finish the program. Of course, Stanley is an instant hit, and George transforms U-62 into a success by filling the station's schedule with moronic
offerings. It isn't long, however, before evil crosstown rival R.J. Fletcher (Kevin McCar...