Al only does that kinda shtick at people's 2,727th show. (So I hear)
Unfortunately even if you went to every Al show to date (not including tonight's show) you'd only be at 1212.
So Mike & Jeremy you've got a long way to go. Both of you should spend the time between tours developing elixirs to prolong both your own lives, the band's lives, and a good recipe for celebration cake when you get there! If I'm alive I will give a standing ovation after the confetti falls and your videos play. Looking forward to it!
Fun fact for Mike: Your 27th show will be Al's 1,223rd show! (Hurray meticulous counting and too much time)
More useless numbers (all as of tonight's show):
*Al has performed "Weird Al" shows 6.32% of the all the nights in his life.
*Since Al played his first show in March of 1981 he has performed his live show 10.67% of the nights since then.
*If Al continued playing shows at this rate (10.67% of his nights) Al would play his 2,727 show on Saturday February 25th, 2051, at the ripe old age of 91. Steve Jay will have just turned 100.
*Since Straight Outta Lynwood was released on September 26th, 2006 Al has played shows on 14.54% of the nights since then.
*Al has never played a show in January with the lone exception of January 19th, 1995.
Finally, Fun Fact For Jeremy: The earliest you could reach 2,727 shows, (assuming Al continues to play shows at his current rate, and assuming you go to every single show from now on) is New Year's Eve
of...2078. Al will be 119, and I believe you will be 100 Jeremy! What better way to celebrate 100 years of life than by seeing your 2,727th Al show!