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View Poll Results: What was your Favourite Sketch of #1503?
Cold Open: Commercial for State Ranch Insurance 2 25.00%
Open: Debra & Aries 0 0%
The Suicide Squad 0 0%
The Cosby Show 2016 1 12.50%
Sumbrella the Court Reporter 0 0%
BET Reality Check with Megyn Kelly 0 0%
The Hollywood Minute 0 0%
Jeff Goldblum for Shopco #1-3 1 12.50%
Oprah: My Journey with Weight Watchers 4 50.00%
Close: Debra, Aries, and Cast 0 0%
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Old 08/04/2016, 3:06 AM
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Commercial for State Ranch Insurance
A take on "State Farm" Ads. A woman, Alice (Chelsea Davison) is in need of car service, and calls on her State Ranch agent Jerry (Adam Ray). The State Ranch however, finds himself in a compromising position, dressed in an S&M style outfit awaiting a spanking. Despite his predicament, he agrees to help out with Alice's car issue, much to Alice's discomfort. With Jerry unable to help due to his utilities being in his other pants, Alice calls on a new State Ranch agent (Michelle Ortiz). Unfortunately, she gets this new State Ranch agent just as she has finished snorting cocaine, which she flatly denies, saying that she was just "smelling her table mirror". Alice calls out again for a new State Ranch agent (Carlie Craig) only to get one covered in blood proclaiming "They're dead. They're all dead". Alice is now finally done, saying she is going to switch providers "no matter how annoying Flo is" (Flo is the spokesperson for Progressive)

Credits: Chelsea Davison (Alice), Adam Ray (Jerry), Michelle Ortiz (State Ranch Agent #1), Carlie Craig (State Ranch Agent #2)

Open: Debra and Aries
Former cast members Debra Wilson and Aries Spears open the show. Debra says that she loved working on MADtv because they let them do a lot of "urban sketches".

Credits: Debra Wilson (Herself), Aries Spears (Himself)

The Suicide Squad
A concerned college student, Gregory (Amir K) has opened up a suicide hotline to council people at risk of suicide. However, he has screwed up the operation by naming the helpline, and his friends (Michelle Ortiz, Lyric Lewis) who are working on the hotline the name of a hotly anticipated comic book movie released named Suicide Squad. Due to the confusion in the name, people keep calling wishing to talk about how excited they are to see the Suicide Squad movie. As the calls keep coming in, and Gregory is getting more and more angry he finally blows up at a caller. He decides that he is just going to give up on the hotline, and him and the girls decide to go see the movie.

Credits: Michelle Ortiz (Kelly), Amir K (Gregory), Lyric Lewis (Girl), Adam Ray (Spencer (Voice)), Jeremy D. Howard (Caller (Voice)), Piotr Michael (Cameron (Voice))

The Cosby Show 2016
Clair (Debra Wilson as Phylicia Rashad) wants to talk to Cliff Huxtable (Aries Spears as Bill Cosby) about the fact that he didn't put out the garbage last night, and that there are 57 allegations of him with other women. He denies any wrong doing, saying that he is "not worried about the people lying with all the telling of the tall tails and the truves and the not truves you see. It's just a bunch of phony baloney stories." Theo (Jeremy D. Howard as Malcolm-Jamal Warner) and Rudy (Lyric Lewis as Keshia Knight Pulliam), and Olivia (Michelle Ortiz as Raven-Symoné) then come in, as Cliff is throwing a family barbecue and has invited the whole family. Olivia has brought a friend with her, Katy (Chelsea Davison). Theo is attracted to Katy, but can't get his words out. Cliff then invites Katy to sit on his lap and gives her a funny tasting pudding pop. When Clair returns from getting Katy a glass of water, she sees the pudding pop and smacks it out of Cliff's hands. Theo picks it up off the floor and eats it, causing him to pass out. After famed civil rights attorney Gloria Allred (Carlie Craig) comes by to rescue Katy, Cliff then says to Theo "Women love the confidence, they respect the charm, and all of the gibble gobble, but if all else fails, give em a pudding pop." Clair then says that since Cliff didn't take out the trash she will, dragging him by the ear into the kitchen.

Credits: Aries Spears (Bill Cosby as Cliff Huxtable), Debra Wilson (Phylicia Rashad as Clair Huxtable), Jeremy D. Howard (Malcolm-Jamal Warner as Theo Huxtable), Lyric Lewis (Keshia Knight Pulliam as Rudy Huxtable), Michelle Ortiz (Raven-Symoné as Olivia Kendall), Chelsea Davison (Katy), Carlie Craig (Gloria Allred)

Sumbrella the Court Reporter
An old woman Mrs. Williams (Chelsea Davison) is suing a local grocery store for injuries she has suffered falling on a wet floor. When the prosecution, Mr. Derozen (Amir K) asks for Williams's testimony to be read back, the court stenographer Sumbrella (Jeremy D. Howard) doesn't want to do it because she heard what Williams said, and doesn't feel it needs to be repeated. After being pushed, she finally reads it out, but it is a rough interpretation based on her style of speaking and with plenty of added lines that were not, or should not be in the transcript. Derozen is getting more and more frustrated but the judge, Bradford T. Claymen (Piotr Michael) is completely on Sumbrella's side, and is shooting down any attempt of Derozen to keep the case on track. She then claims that the old lady is accused of murder due to a look in her eye. Sumbrella then approaches the bench and asks Williams when she lost her virginity. Before Williams can answer, Sumbrella decides to take her lunch break, which consists of a peanut butter and limburger cheese sandwich. When he forces it on Williams, Williams backs away quickly, revealing that her neck, which is in a brace, is not actually broken. Claymen thanks Sumbrella for cracking another case.

Credits: Chelsea Davison (Mrs. Williams), Piotr Michael (Judge Bradford T. Clayford), Jeremy D. Howard (Sumbrella), Amir K (Mr. Derozen), Adam Ray (Bailiff)

BET Reality Check with Megyn Kelly
Reality Check is back with Tovah McQueen (Debra Wilson) and Belma Buttons (Aries Spears). Buttons is sporting a hairdo that involves a fist protruding from her head with a sign that says "Black Lives Matter" which is the topic of the show. She got it because "Holdin those signs up all day, that's just too much effort." Tovah and Belma have decided that they are going to show how fair and balanced they are by inviting someone from Fox News over to give their side of black issues, news anchor Megyn Kelly (Carlie Craig). As Kelly tries to argue her point by saying "Doesn't all lives matter?" Belma responds that "Black Lives Matter is just a shorter term for what we use to call it, which is black lives matter like everybody else, so please stop killing us for a busted tail light you *bleep*!" When Kelly claims that they are talking over her like they are in a Tyler Perry movie, Tovah and Belma begin their countdown to one of their famous smack downs, saying things like Kelly needs to go see "a barber for that Glenn Close updo (Tovah)" and that she threw so many soft ball questions at Donald Trump during her interview with him that Tovah thought "it was a lesbian picnic!" Belma then remembers that there is a sale on hot dogs at 7 Eleven and that they better run over there before they run out. They leave Kelly in the studio scared, as the area is, as she describes "very urban".

Credits: Debra Wilson (Tovah McQueen), Aries Spears (Belma Buttons), Carlie Craig (Megyn Kelly)

The Hollywood Minute
Alli Nazim Zabed (Amir K) is the self proclaimed number 1 actor in Iran. He hosts the show Hollywood Minute for which he interviews big Hollywood celebrities. On this show, he has "the black lady from the television, Viola Davis (Lyric Lewis)." Despite his acting prowess, he does not seem to know why Davis is there and mistakes her for the roles she has played, like thinking she is a real maid due to her role in The Help. He then plays clips from her show, but they are all bootleg rough cuts with him, his sidekick Sayid (Adam Ray), and his cousin Rashayard (Piotr Michael). When Davis protests that these are just bootleg versions with Zabed as the star, Zabed says that his version are better and that they have won the Iranian versions of the Oscars and the Emmy's to which he says are much better than the originals. Davis then storms off stage, claiming that though Hollywood Minute is not worse than The Wendy Williams Show "it almost is".

Credits: Amir K (Alli Nazim Zabed), Adam Ray (Sayid), Piotr Michael (Rashayard), Lyric Lewis (Viola Davis)

Jeff Goldblum for ShopCo #1
Jeff Goldblum fought the aliens in Independence Day and now he is fighting high prices as the spokesman for ShopCo grocery store. They have Nichelob ULTRA going for $2.99, ice for $2.99, and hot dogs and hot dog buns for $4.99 and $1.99 respectively. As Goldblum sees the products he begins to question things. Why does the hot dogs and exceed the hot dog buns by two? What would one do with the two hot dogs? Give them to a friend who is on a low carb diet? The mystery is abound.

Credits: Piotr Michael (Jeff Goldblum)

Oprah: My Journey with Weight Watchers
Oprah Winfrey (Debra Wilson) and her best friend Gail King (Lyric Lewis) are going to show an audience how Winfrey stays committed to her weight loss goals with Weight Watchers. As Winfrey gets winded and has King take over, Winfrey is starting to realize who the love of her life really is, in King. As they go through the meal plan, with Winfrey substituting healthy ingredients for fattening ingredients and taking more then half of the share of the food. As they eat their potion of a baked potato, King sees that Winfrey has gotten it on her face and licks it off. As Winfrey's husband, Stedman Graham (Aries Spears) comes out, clearly jealous of King and Winfrey's relationship, Winfrey reveals that you can take other peoples "points" (portions) as your own, so she and King are going to take Graham's points. Graham, angry over not eating, lets out a bit of anger by saying "Oprah, I... I demand you feed me you fat bitch!" Immediately regretting what he said. Winfrey relents and feeds Graham and King like they are baby bird. Winfrey ends the segment by saying that "while I get to taste it, they get the points by digestion!"

Credits: Debra Wilson (Oprah Winfrey), Lyric Lewis (Gail King), Aries Spears (Stedman Graham)

Jeff Goldblum for ShopCo #2
Returning to the ShopCo ad. Goldblum is still fretting over the ratio of hot dogs to buns. He thinks it's a conspiracy to buy more buns, and that a person would have to buy 40 hot dogs to make up the difference. He then starts spinning down a rabbit hole of conspiracy and math, adding up that the numbers would equal 66.6, the number of the Devil, and "leaving one person... Incomplete". ShopCo runs a scroll underneath the ad trying to distance themselves from Goldblum's opinions.

Credits: Piotr Michael (Jeff Goldblum)

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Credits: Bobby Lee (Himself), Arden Myrin (Herself), Kat Von D (Herself)

Jeff Goldblum for ShopCo #3
ShopCo has completely cut off Goldblum from the ad, as he continues to grapple with the Devils connection to the ratio of hot dogs to hot dog buns.

Credits: Piotr Michael (Jeff Goldblum)

Close: Debra, Aries and Cast
Aries Spears is really vibing on the new MADtv cast, and wants to take them all out to a bar he likes called Bullet in your Ass in Inglwood. Lyric Lewis though does not want to go, because she "black but not that black". Carlie Craig though is totally down to go, and wants to ride with Spears.

Credits: Michelle Ortiz (Herself), Piotr Michael (Himself), Amir K (Himself), Aries Spears (Himself), Carlie Craig (Herself), Adam Ray (Himself), Debra Wilson (Herself), Lyric Lewis (Herself), Jeremy D. Howard (Himself), Chelsea Davison (Herself)

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Starring:
  • Carlie Craig (3A/1S/0W/0AF)
  • Chelsea Davison (3A/1S/0W/0AF)
  • Jeremy D. Howard (2A/1S/0W/0AF)
  • Amir K (2A/2S/0W/0AF)
  • Lyric Lewis (3A/2S/0W/0AF)
  • Piotr Michael (3A/3S/0W/0AF)
  • Michelle Ortiz (3A/1S/0W/0AF)
  • Adam Ray (4A/0S/0W/0AF)

Guest Starring:
  • Aries Spears (1A/4S/0W/0AF)
  • Debra Wilson (1A/4S/0W/0AF)

Special Appearances:
  • Bobby Lee (0A/0S/0W/1AF)
  • Arden Myrin (0A/0S/0W/1AF)
  • Kat Von D (0A/0S/0W/1AF)

Legend:
  • (A)cting Credit
  • (S)tarring Credit
  • (W)riting Credit
  • (A)rchival (F)ootage

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Old 08/05/2016, 1:55 PM
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Please please let us have to heavy set black women giving us a reality check

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Is anybody else watching Episode 3?? What do you all think so far??

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Debra killed it!
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I was so proud of Debra, and Aries.
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Debra Wilson looks like she hasn't aged since 1995.

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I was going to make a crack about Suicide Squad Hotline being lazy and predictable, but then, I guess this is MADtv.

Aries' Cosby not as good as I remember it. Sad!

Ugh, why do I like Sumbrella?

"Shit, we're over budget again, and we haven't even ordered Aries' fat suit for Reality Ch--oh, never mind."

I've seen slightly better Goldblums, but frankly, he could've read the phonebook here and had me rolling. Plus, if I could've picked any topic in the world for the show to parody -- and I'm being deadly serious here -- the should-be-criminal incongruency between the quantities in which meat and buns are sold would be it. Dicks.

They sure are playing fast and loose with the word "classic", aren't they?

Piotr, you are my MVP again this week, with Jeremy running a close second. I'm noticing a pattern here.

Reruns already?

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Another great episode. The world better be paying attention, because I really think this show has something.

Debra killed it. She really shows here that she still has game. Aries was also great. His Cosby sketch was my favourite. He just nails that Cosby impression. His Stedman was good too, and Reality Check was such a blast from the past and I loved it.

So I noticed that next weeks episode is a repeat, which I actually love, because I think it means that CW is invested in the show a bit, and will give the show a break from running against the Olympics. Between that and the fact that this episode and 1501 weren't aired in Chicago due to baseball, and 1502 didn't air in New York due to baseball (they were both moved to Friday), MAD really needs to be given more of a chance. The cast and the show are doing enough now to deserve their shot!

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So happy we got a new Reality Check! But the State Ranch opening was hilarious. That got my vote.

The music in Reality Check seemed off at the start and it took me awhile to get into because I kept thinking of that. But Debra and Aries slayed it as normal Charlie was good in this sketch as well!

I really hope Sumbrella makes future appearances...lol great character!

Jeremy or Chelsea gets MVP for me for this episode. Unless guest stars count because then Debra Wilson takes the cake!

But for real...more Sumbrella please

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So proud of this episode still! Debra is a sketch comedy legend, and she should be up there with the known ones.
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I finally saw this episode (On Demand) and out of the first three episodes, I think this one was the best. I voted the Oprah sketch as my favorite, but there were some really good sketches in this one. Debra still has it with her Oprah, and her in the Cosby sketch was good too.

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Alright, here is my full review.

State Ranch Ad: This one was pretty good. Michelle I think was the highlight of this one with Adam a close second. A good sketch to start the episode.

Open: Debra and Aries: Well, it was an opening. We also got to see Debra's tattoos which was pretty good. Hard to judge something that's one goal is to just start the show.

The Suicide Squad: I thought this was a good sketch. Very timely. I enjoyed Michelle trying to coerce people into feeling suicidal. I think it would have been funny though if Amir's character went nuts and the person really was suffering from a problem. A good solid sketch though.

The Cosby Show 2016: My favourite sketch of the night. Cosby is probably Aries's best impression. The best part was when he was running around the room and then said "Paging Dr. Huxtable wiener!". Aries just sells it with the facial expressions. Michelle was also a stand out here as Raven-Seymone. I laughed so much at her opposition to "boxes". Great stuff here. Though this is not the best sketch of the night, it was my favourite.

Sumbrella: Jeremy kills in many of his roles. This one is no exception. Just when he talks in this Sumbrella role it can put a smile on your face. Piotr is also good here too as the judge. He overplays it so much but it works %100. Very good sketch.

Reality Check: Megyn Kelly: Though it was great to see Tova and Belma back on the show, this was not the funniest outing for them. Their insults to Kelly were just not that funny. The sketch did have one funny part with Belma's black power hairdo, but otherwise not much here.

The Hollywood Minute: Like with Princess Polly, did any of the writers tell Amir that this character is a lot like Johnny Gan? Right down to doing bad impressions of actors and movies. This was just not funny. Adam though was in good form as the sidekick. I found his accent funny. Lyric's Viola Davis is by far her best impression. Her ranting about Wendy Williams was great. Otherwise though, not a very good sketch.

Jeff Goldblum for ShopCo #1: Jeff Goldblum is definately Piotr's best impression. It's the one that he has the best voice for and with make up, can look the most like. I do agree with blackwind that hearing Jeff Goldblum talk about the ratio of hot dogs and hot dog buns is a real issue that would drive someone insane. It was good I guess.

Oprah: My Journey with Weight Watchers: Everyone seems to love this sketch and I don't know why. Wait I know why, it's the lesbianism! I do think that it's funny, though not the best. The best part for me was Aries Stedman for when he said "Oprah I (bangs his fist on the table)... I demand you feed me you fat bitch!" I liked the sketch but I didn't love it.

Jeff Goldblum for ShopCo #2: These sketches do start to get worse though as they go. Also, I had a lot of trouble following Jeff in the sketch. I still like that the sketch devolved into a plot from the Devil.

Jeff Goldblum for ShopCo #3:
Not much more to say on this. I think this was one too many.

Close: Debra, Aries and Cast: Ahh the classic black person divide amongst the MADtv black cast members. Aries has always had a problem with this. This was actually pretty funny. Carlie can sometimes showcase how funny and down to earth she is.

So my total star total is 37 out of 60, which rates this episode at a D grade, which is odd because I really liked a lot of the sketches here, but things like Hollywood Minute and the one too many ShopCo ads really brought down this episode. I still enjoyed watching it though, so that's good for something.

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I didn't get to watch the whole thing. Caught the Oprah sketch, though... it was fantastic!
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