Alfred's Game: In the biggest episode of MAD yet, the Earth's only hope is none other than Alfred E. Neuman, so we're doomed.
We Are X-Men: In the last segment, the X-Men sadly get over their failed relationships.
- MADvent Calendar - Been looking for a replacement for glutton all month? Here are some MAD moments you may have missed:
- Friday, 10:00 AM: Lady Gaga says a recent magazine cover makes her look too beautiful, so MAD steps in and helps her out.
- Sunday, 9:00 AM: History's most faithful comet returns to Earth, threatening to leave a crater in Cartoon Network's 8:30 PM timeslot.
- Friday, 6:00 PM: Mary Poppins makes it to 50 by taking a spoonful of this!
- Opening Scene
- Alfred's Game (Spoof on Alfred E. Neuman / Movie Parody of Ender's Game)
- Animated Marginals segment
- Fish Playing Charades (Animated by Mike Wartella)
- The White House Down Comforter (Movie Parody of White House Down) (Ad Parodies segment)
- Caveman Thought Glass Could Put Out Fire (Stop-motion Cartoon segment) (Animated by Tom Megalis)
- Is This a Show? (Cartoon)
- Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner Both Get Arrested (Spoof on Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner from Looney Tunes)
- GargaMelrose Place (Spoof on Gargamel from the Smurfs / TV Parody of Melrose Place) (Ad Parodies segment)
- Tooth Fairies of the Old West (Cartoon)
- Spy vs. Spy - Big Top Secret Telescope (Spy vs. Spy segment) (Stop-motion Cartoon)
- Animated Marginals segment
- Ineffective Tactics for Faking That You're Sick (Cartoon)
- Red-Headed Tree (Live-action Cartoon segment)
- We Are X-Men (TV Parody of We Are Men / Team Parody of the X-Men)
- 5-second Cartoon - (from Fish Playing Charades) "I just call dibs on his fish flakes." (5-second Cartoon segment)
- Main article: Alfred's Game / We Are X-Men/Gallery
- Main article: Alfred's Game / We Are X-Men (Transcript)
- This is the first and only time Ender's Game, We Are Men, and Melrose Place get parodied.
- This is the third time White House Down appeared.
- This is the fifth time Cartoon Network was mentioned, and the fifth and final appearance of the MAD Stork.
- This is the 12th and final time the Smurfs appeared.
- This is the 14th and final time the X-Men appeared.
- This is the 20th episode of MAD to have only one Mike Wartella segment.
- This is the 64th and final time Spy vs. Spy was done in stop-motion, and this is the final Spy vs. Spy segment.
- The reason why MAD was cancelled is because of mostly negative reception from critics and Cartoon Network.
- This is the actual final episode of MAD, which means this is the actual MAD series finale, but not its first season finale (Force Code / Flammable). Here are some things you must know about MAD:
- MAD had premiered on Monday, September 6, 2010 with its very first episode (Avaturd / CSiCarly) and ended on Monday, December 2, 2013 with this episode, which means the entire series had ran for over three years.
- MAD only had four seasons and 103 episodes instead of 104 episodes because of MAD's 100th Episode Special, which was the only half-hour episode of MAD.
- After the final episode of MAD premiered on Monday, December 2, 2013, there are no more MAD parodies.
- Since MAD ran for four seasons and 103 episodes total, they are never renewed for a fifth season, EVER.
- With only four seasons and 103 episodes total, MAD ended on Monday, December 2, 2013.
- MAD had reruns on Cartoon Network from December 4, 2013 to April 4, 2014.
- On Friday, April 4, 2014, MAD permanently stopped airing reruns on Cartoon Network.
- Keith Ferguson - Colonel Hyrum Graff and Cyclops
- Arif S. Kinchen - President Sawyer and GargaMelrose Place Announcer
- Jim Meskimen - Mazer Rackham, Officer, and Nightcrawler
- Nolan North - John Cale and Wolverine
- Rachel Ramras - Smurfette, Green Tree, and Red Tree
- Kevin Shinick - The MADvent Calendar Announcer, Sketch Stork, Road Runner, and Carter
- Dana Snyder - Gargamel, Caveman, and Dad
- Debra Wilson - Major Gwen Anderson, Cavewoman, and Mom
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