Yesterday, the NFL announced new rules regarding overtime play and instant-replay reviews. But buried in their official announcement were some other rule changes that will probably cause Al Michaels to vomit into his mouth.
Recently, Clueless actress Alicia Silverstone posted a video of her feeding her 10-month-old son in a…unique way. The clip quickly went viral (becoming the first popular thing she’s starred in for over a decade). We’re not going to guess where she got such a disgusting idea, but it definitely made us think about this classic MAD piece.
The Supreme Court is wrapping up Day 3 of long, boring arguments over Obamacare. You have to believe that even the keenest legal minds found their thoughts wandering as the arcane arguments dragged on. And we don’t even have the keenest legal minds on the Supreme Court! Which goes a long way to explaining the following…
John Caldwell is no clown. But John Caldwell knows clowns! (See what we did there?) Anyhow, here are a few pieces of art from the longtime MAD cartoonist's latest, "The Startling Similarities Bewteen Harvard University and Clown College". After you've had a hearty giggle looking at these, check out some more of John's work for MAD here, then go spend some time on Mr. Caldwell's own site here!
To find out how a Harvard degree and a Clown College certificate are essentially the same thing, read this entire article in MAD #514, on sale now!
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On Sunday, former VP Dick Cheney underwent heart transplant surgery. The good news is that the surgery is successful. The bad news is that it’s the perfect opportunity for us to revisit some of our favorite mockery of the Dickster!
Artist: Mark Fredrickson
Idea: L.P. Ferrante
Artist: Paul Coker
Despite a dismal fourth place showing in yesterday’s Illinois primary, Newt Gingrich has vowed to remain in the race for the GOP nomination. Is he a delusional douche, or a fetid cesspool of a man? Either way, here are some of the reasons...
Mad Men fans have waited over a year and a half for the show to return, and this Sunday the first episode of season five will finally debut. Let's just hope series creator Matthew Weiner (second from left) didn't use these copies of MAD for inspiration.
From left to right: Jon Hamm, Matthew Weiner, John Slattery, Vincent Kartheiser and Bryan Batt Photo: Vic Arkoff
Bonus Mad Men Celebrity Snap! MAD artist Tom Richmond (that's him on the left) caught up with actor Rich Sommer (who plays Harry Crane on Mad Men) and showed him the spoof of the show that Tom illustrated in MAD #509. Obviously, Rich is unhappy. It’s not clear if it’s because he works on Mad Men, or is just a huge fan of Justin Bieber.
Thanks to Tom for the photo!