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Tonight at 8:30Et/7:30Pt, Cartoon Network will present the 100th episode of the Emmy and Annie award nominated Mad. Like the Sistine Chapel, the moon landing and Bruce Jenner's face, they said a regular, timely animated version of Mad Magazine couldn't be done, but 100 episodes later, series Head Writer/Producer Kevin Shinick and his team proved the naysayers, well... nay. Greg Ehrbar: Tell us about the excitement surrounding the 100th Mad show. Kevin Shinick: First of all, because it's airing on the 11/11, we've declared it "national corduroy day!" And we're calling the 100th episode a "double spectacular" because it’s twice the length of a regular episode. It's got everything you love about our show, plus a look back at moments from past episodes. And like the Oscars, there’s a memorial segment for characters that haven’t made it to the 100th episode.  Greg: »


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