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The animated version of the classic humor magazine satirizes current pop culture.
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...  Announcer / ... 103 episodes, 2010-2013
...  Woman / ... 97 episodes, 2010-2013
...  Man / ... 59 episodes, 2010-2013
...  Announcer / ... 45 episodes, 2011-2013
...  Man / ... 44 episodes, 2010-2012
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The animated version of the classic humor magazine satirizes current pop culture.

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When life gets a little Crazy, don't get even, get MAD! See more »

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Animation | Comedy

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This is the second television series that is based on MAD Magazine. The first was the live-action sketch comedy show "MADtv". See more »

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There's always a Continuation of either one of the Parodies or one of the Bits (mostly, the Bits) after the Credits See more »

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Version of MADtv (1995) See more »

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Ridiculously Unfunny Attempt at Parodies
21 April 2011 | by See all my reviews

This show reminds me a lot of Robot Chicken. Only difference: Robot Chicken is funny. Some might say that's because this show has to limit it's humor in order to be appropriate for kids, but seriously, it's not funny to anyone who is sane and over the age of five months. It's jokes consist of poorly made parodies with titles that are horrid, unfunny puns, pop-culture references, and low-brow humor about vomit, puke, saliva, and mucus. Now I'm not saying that it's bad for kids to be exposed to this humor, but shouldn't the humor be a little less childish? I think it would be much better if the target demographic was exposed to humor that isn't so ridiculous.

The first thing I will talk about is the voice acting. It's annoying and is a pain to everyone's ears. They use the same male voice actor and female voice actor ALL THE TIME. Robot Chicken does this, but at least their voice actors can do their job right and sound better. The male voice actor is, most of the time, a smug-sounding TV announcer that haunts me forever and the female voice actor does a wide range of voices, but she CANNOT pronounce her S's. She puts what to much emphasis on her S's. Whenever she says "what's up" it sounds more like "what'ssssssssssss up".

I will talk about the parodies now. They are extremely bad. First off, the "artwork" is TERRIBLE. It's mainly just the heads of the original actors with their eyes and mouths replaced with really ugly cartoon drawings and their bodies are also really ugly cartoon drawings. Plus, the creators are terrible at making lyrics for remixes of songs from the movies/shows they are parodying.

To finish up, I will talk about the other types of humor. They constantly add Spy vs Spy to every episode, but none of the Spy vs Spy skits are any good. It's all humor stolen directly from Looney Toons and Tom & Jerry, only it's made to be much worse. Then you have fart, poop, boogers, vomit, and spit jokes. The worst jokes of them all. Almost every single "reject (blahblahblah)" skit involves making a character/toy/food that involves pooping/peeing/vomiting/boogers.

Basically: Don't watch this show unless you enjoy torturing yourself.


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