The current issue of Film Comment magazine features an extensive look at the history of MAD's movie parodies. As part of their research, they interviewed MAD Editor John Ficarra about the process of building each spoof and how the feature has evolved over the years.
For the second time in a month, a Carnival Cruise ship — this one called “The Dream” and henceforth known as “The Nightmare” — is suffering power outages and pesky plumbing problems. Note: by “pesky plumbing problems,” we mean what passengers call “large amount of human waste all over the floor in bathrooms and staterooms.” On the positive side, we hear the view from the stench-ridden cabins is lovely this time of year.
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Next to going to the parade and making fun of grown men wearing kilts, what better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than by ordering a new commemorative shirt featuring MAD’s own Alfred E. O’Neuman? And right now it’s on sale for a whopping 17% off! (Big deal!) Click here to order this and all the other MAD shirts before you’re too tanked up to accurately type in your credit card information.
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