It is now official - Weird Al's "Mandatory Fun" debuts at #1 on the Billboard 200. Its total of 104K bested the 83K moved by Jason Mraz' "Yes!"

Billboard has issued its officially weekly sales update, and its portrait of the upper reaches mirrors that presented Tuesday by Hits Daily Double.

Weird Al Yankovic indeed scores his first Billboard 200 via “Mandatory Fun.” The parody musician’s latest release debuts atop the chart with sales of 104,000.

That tally is Yankovic’s best of the SoundScan era (which began in 1991) and the best for a comedy album since “The Beavis and Butt-Head Experience” opened with a total of 118,000 in 1994.

Jason Mraz’ “Yes!” settles for second place with 81,000 copies, which represents a decline of 21,000 from the opening week total for 2012’s “Love is a Four Letter Word.”

Rise Against’s “The Black Market” claims #3 with 53,000, while “Kidz Bop 26” (46,000, #4) and the “Frozen” soundtrack (43,000, #5) complete the top five.

Other top ten albums: Sam Smith’s “In the Lonely Hour” (35,000, #6), Ed Sheeran’s “x” (24,000, #7), “NOW 50” (23,000, #8), Trey Songz’ “Trigga” (23,000, #9) and Blake Shelton’s “Based on a True Story” (22,000, #10).