Kelly (Spears) lusting after underaged girls; Corey Holcomb and Earthquake discuss the Enron scandal and Oscar nominees on Real Motherf******* Talk; Tara Reid guest stars as a homeless single mother on an unfair game show; on Inside the Actors Studio, James Lipton (Sasso) gets hit with a stage light while interviewing Tara Reid; the Pussycat Bijou Theater features X-rated takes on popular pre-movie ads from the 1950s; Robert De Niro (Sasso) and Joe Pesci (Caliendo) use violence to promote various products.The Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority sisters throw a spring festival; Robin Williams (Caliendo) continues his long streak of starring in sappy tearjerkers; Mad TV gets retooled as a Saturday morning cartoon; Insane Clown Posse and Master P perform duets of "Love of My Life"; Greg the Bunny and Dorothy Lanier (Weir) audition for a commercial; MC Hammer (Spears) in a parody of Who Knows the Band; Jenny Jones (Collins) gives a stripper (Fiore) a makeover; a furious boss (Sasso) calms down whenever he is injured.
When the last cast member is introduced, the music stops and the title sequence ends with the phrase "You are now watching Mad TV." A parody of "Lady Marmalade" featuring four of Mad TVs hottest recurring female characters; in this installment of Blind Date, a naive woman (Collins) goes on a date with disgraced politician Gary Condit (Mc Donald); Al Pacino (Caliendo) and Robert De Niro (Sasso) add star power to the Mariah Carey flop Glitter; Trina Moss (Collins) runs into former flame Jim (Mc Donald); Will Sasso and Alex Borstein conduct red-carpet interviews at the premiere of Rock Star; on Family Feud, Louie Anderson (Sasso) makes the family teams' last names sound racist; a woman watches her pre-wedding video, where her pre-wedding jitters drives her insane.TRL premieres a music video parody of "When It's Over" about MTV abandoning its music videos for sleazy programming; Chris Tucker (Wilson), Sisqó (Spears), Rosie O'Donnell (Borstein), and Kenny Rogers (Sasso) compete on Fear Factor; Craig Kilborn gets his own fan club; in the same vein as George Foreman, Mike Tyson (Spears) promotes his own grill; a man (Mc Donald) tells his girlfriend (Weir) that he passes custom-scented gas; Björk (Borstein) becomes the spokeswoman for K-Mart; Whitney Houston (Wilson) and Bobby Brown (Spears) host a telethon for victims of "celebrity exhaustion," featuring actress Angelina Jolie (Fiore) and singer Brandy.New sitcom has an overly long opening sequence; two princesses (Collins, Weir) fight for the love of Prince William (Killam); two bald, socially awkward outcasts (Mc Donald, Weir) entertain themselves after getting kicked out of a party; Dorothy Lanier (Weir) goes on a date with a senior citizen; Wayne Brady (Spears) sings a ditty about cotton; Lorraine (Collins) jams with a Dixieland band in New Orleans; a couple (Borstein, Sasso) spot Alex Borstein and Will Sasso at a restaurant; Bunifa (Wilson) causes havoc at an airport when she gets detained by security.Melina Kanakaredes dreams that she's stuck in four variations of her show Providence; Walter (Spears) and Amber Hemphill (Collins) are contestants on Change of Heart; a man (Sasso) thinks his friend (Lee) can remove a stain from his silk because he's Asian; Kate (Fiore) whines and complains on her family camping trip; potheads laugh uncontrollably and discuss topics for a news show; a defendant (Mc Donald) uses raunchy words to clear his guilt; a heckling father (Lee) berates his son into winning a baseball game.A parody of "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" features clichéd visual sexual metaphors and a now-legal Britney Spears (Melean); '70s sex ed.
film on what to do if you have VD; celebrities discuss marriage in the modern age on Politically Incorrect; Dot (Weir) searches for her glove in a laundromat; the cast of Jackass joins Kenny Rogers (Sasso) in a series of outrageous stunts on Kenny Rogers' Jackass; a quartet of prisoners (Caliendo, Sasso, Spears, Killam) sings a ditty about recycling at a school.After Nicole Sullivan left at the end of season six, Debra Wilson was the last remaining member of the original cast.Season 6 featured players Andrew Daly and Stephnie Weir were promoted to repertory players.A contestant (Collins) is at the mercy of a probing machine on a dangerous game show; on a special episode of Friends, the gang deals with an African-American girl (Wilson); a parody of "Wherever You Will Go" has Alex Band (Killam) singing off against Scott Stapp (Sasso), Eddie Vedder (Mc Donald), and Ray Charles (Spears); Danny Masterson and Wilmer Valderrama play Jon and Ponch in a parody of CHi Ps; Public Schoolhouse Rock teaches the correct use of nouns; Angela Wright (Weir) films a documentary about male construction workers who sexually harass female passersby; Rusty Miller (Mc Donald) interviews musical guest Shakira; Al Pacino (Caliendo) and Robert De Niro (Sasso) hold up a line in an ice cream shop.Lord of the Blings; a parody of "The World's Greatest" music video has R.The Mad TV logo appears on the screen and the theme song, which is performed by the hip-hop group Heavy D & the Boyz, begins. Starring...," and then alphabetically introduces each repertory cast member, followed by the featured cast.