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Late 80s/early 90s comedy album commercial of silly songs by a skinny brown haired guy with a beard

I saw this commercial for a comedy album quite often. The songs as I remember them are ridiculous, and part of me thinks this may have been a sketch of some other show. Anyway, it's a commercial with a guy doing a voice over talking about the comedian. You see names of songs rolling from top to bottom on the screen and you get clips of the music videos of a few of them. A couple of the songs I remember: one clip has the guy in a phone booth talking into the phone and he sings, "hey, are you naked?" The next one is 2 fat guys stumbling around with someone singing, "I guess I drank too much. Wont you help me through the yard?"
asked Jul 9, 2019 in Name That Short by master41 (523 points)
The 2 fat guys were Pinkard & Bowden and they had a comedy album they promoted with a commercial which had the song titles scrolling down. I think you might also remember that one since they showed it a lot. The song was 'Help Me Make it Through the Yard' and their videos can be seen on YouTube as well.

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Ray Stevens Comedy Video Classics - TV commercial

0:22 - are you naked
answered Jul 9, 2019 by CarlosCM (211 points)
selected Jul 9, 2019 by master41