A sketch comedy show based on the seminal Mad Magazine.

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Late night sketch-comedy show based on the humor of MAD magazine. Material includes impersonations, fake commercials, mock movie trailers, and even Spy vs. Spy segments. Competes against Saturday Night Live in it's time slot, but aimed at a younger adult audience. Written by Eric

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Jimmy Kimmel was considered to join the cast for the first season. See more »

Quotes

Brenda: So, Stuart, I hear your dad left on a Thursday, huh?
Stuart Larkin: Um-hum.
Brenda: Well, how does that makes you feel?
Stuart Larkin: [suspiciously] Why?
Brenda: Well, I grew up without a father too and I just wanted to tell you... You know, sweetie, it's not your fault.
Stuart Larkin: [pushes Brenda off the couch with his feet] Aaaaahhh!
Brenda: Stuart, that was not very nice.
Stuart Larkin: [reaching out his foot towards Brenda] Say that into the microphone!
Brenda: If I do, will we be friends?
Stuart Larkin: [putting his foot in front of his mouth, sing-songy] I don't know.
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Referenced in The Office: Secretary's Day (2010) See more »

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Mad Tv Theme
Written by Heavy D and Da Boyz
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Pure Hilarity
7 December 2002 | by See all my reviews

I don't understand why Mad TV doesn't get as much hype or attention as SNL, when Mad is so much funnier! Lately, SNL just isn't giving me laughs like it has in the past. It seems as if MAD is willing to take an extra step and I find myself laughing hysterically through almost every sketch. Michael McDonald is pure comedy and should be recognized for his work. He's hilarious. SNL doesn't pack punches like it used to, watch MAD TV for a hipper, and funnier, hour.


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