TV addicted Roy (John Ritter) is sucked into a hellish dimension full of TV parodies in 1992’s Stay Tuned, one of which is a Salt-N-Pepa video on HTV (Hell TV)
Paul Simon recruited Chevy Chase for the goofy music video for “You Can Call Me Al”, where Chase lip syncs the song while Simon plays, or pretends to play, a bunch of instruments.
The Mad Max is not really known for it’s music with the lone exception being “We Don’t Need Another Hero” by Tina Turner for Beyond Thunderdome, where she played the ruthlessAunt Entity.
As if the 1987 remake of Dragnet was not crazy enough, it’s soundtrack features stars Dan Aykroyd and Tom Hanks performing a rap song called “City of Crime”.
Right before Michael Bay turned into the over the top master of “Bayhem” he is today, he teamed with someone as equally over the top as himself, Meatloaf, for the music video for Meatloaf’s smash hit, “I’d Do Anything for Love”.
When Ron tries to explain love to his news team, the only way he can think of is with Starland Vocal Band’s “Afternoon Delight”.
From his second album, “Unpredictable”, comes the Jamie Foxx single, “Extravaganza”, where Foxx has a crazy one night stand with a girl after drinking way too much at the bar. The music video for the song puts a weird, murder/police spin on the whole thing.
Musician Jon Marco chases the object of his affection through pretty much every 80’s movie in the rad music video for his song “Rhianna”
At the pinnacle of both their power, The Simpsons and Michael Jackson teamed up to get Bart a number one song/dance craze and “Do the Bartman” was the result.
The power ballads continue in Musical Montage this Valentine’s Day week with the theme from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, delivered by the dulcet tones of Bryan Adams.