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MADtv Season 7 Episodes

25 Episodes 2001 - 2002

Episode 1

Episode 1

Sat, Sep 22, 2001 60 mins

Parodies of "The Sopranos"; "Family Feud"; "Glitter"; and "Blind Date" with "Gary Condit." Also: Alex Borstein and Will Sasso's red-carpet interviews from the premiere of "Rock Star." Mo Collins, Aries Spears, Stephanie Weir.

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Episode 2

Episode 2

Sat, Sep 29, 2001 60 mins

Spoofs of "Total Request Live" and a celebrity version of "Fear Factor" with cast as Kenny Rogers, Sisqo, Chris Tucker and Rosie O'Donnell. Also: Ms. Swan is asked for protection money. Alex Borstein, Aries Spears, Debra Wilson.

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Episode 3

Episode 3

Sat, Oct 6, 2001 60 mins

"Reality Check" hostess Tovah notes some changes in her partner Belma; Rusty annoys movie-theater patrons. Debra Wilson, Aries Spears, Michael McDonald.

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Episode 4

Episode 4

Sat, Oct 20, 2001 60 mins

'N Sync's Lance Bass is interviewed by Will Sasso as he impersonates Bass. Debra Wilson, Alex Borstein, Michael McDonald.

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Episode 5

Episode 5

Sat, Nov 10, 2001 60 mins

The 150th episode includes Drew Barrymore and Penny Marshall, and David Carradine in a kung-fu movie parody. Also: a spoof of "Politically Incorrect" with Andrew Daly as Bill Maher. Michael McDonald, Aries Spears, Will Sasso.

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Episode 6

Episode 6

Sat, Nov 17, 2001 60 mins

Guests include Christopher Titus; Mark-Paul Gosselaar ("NYPD Blue"); singer Jessica Simpson; and Todd Bridges, who appears in a parody of a Michael Jackson video. Also: Will Sasso plays Andy Sipowicz and Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst. Simpson performs "A Little Bit." Frank Caliendo, Debra Wilson.

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Episode 7

Episode 7

Sat, Nov 24, 2001 60 mins

Michelle Trachtenberg plays Dawn in a "Buffy" parody starring Miss Swan; Blink-182 plays the offspring of Ward and June Cleaver in "Leave It to Blink-182." Alex Borstein, Mo Collins, Aries Spears.

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Episode 8

Episode 8

Sat, Dec 1, 2001 60 mins

MTV's Brian McFayden is a guest. Will Sasso, Debra Wilson, Michael McDonald.

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Episode 9

Episode 9

Sat, Dec 8, 2001 60 mins

The WWF's Triple H helps President Bush (Will Sasso) fight terrorism; rappers Method Man and Redman appear in a talk-show parody. Frank Caliendo, Taran Killem, Debra Wilson.

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Episode 10

Episode 10

Sat, Dec 15, 2001 60 mins

Christmas-themed sketches include Santa's elves paranoid about world events; parents who forget Dec. 25; a Christmas Eve that takes on biblical proportions for a little girl; and a mom who goes overboard with gift-giving. Mo Collins, Stephanie Weir, Michael McDonald.

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Episode 11

Episode 11

Sat, Jan 12, 2002 60 mins

Ja Rule performs "Always on Time." Alex Borstein, Frank Caliendo, Mo Collins.

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Episode 12

Episode 12

Sat, Jan 26, 2002 60 mins

Usher is a guest star. Regulars include Alex Borstein, Will Sasso, Debra Wilson.

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Episode 13

Episode 13

Sat, Feb 2, 2002 60 mins

Frankie Muniz ("Malcolm in the Middle") and Wu Tang Clan are guests on a Super Bowl-themed edition. Kathryn Fiore, Taran Killem, Bobby Lee.

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Episode 14

Episode 14

Sat, Feb 9, 2002 60 mins

Guests: "Rollerball" stars Chris Klein and Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, who's besieged by staff writers. Also: "Terminator 2: The Musical"; Klein praising a palm organizer in song. Will Sasso, Taran Killem, Stephanie Weir.

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Episode 15

Episode 15

Sat, Feb 16, 2002 60 mins

Guests: Stone Cold Steve Austin and Martin Short as Jiminy Glick, who parodies "Politically Incorrect," with cast members impersonating Roseanne, Penny Marshall and Robert De Niro. Alex Borstein, Will Sasso, Frank Caliendo.

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Episode 16

Episode 16

Sat, Feb 23, 2002 60 mins

Guests include Melissa Joan Hart; Insane Clown Posse; Master P; and Adam Carolla and Jimmy Kimmel, who play Olympic figure-skating judges. Frank Caliendo, Kathryn Fiore.

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Episode 17

Episode 17

Sat, Mar 16, 2002 60 mins

"That '70s Show" stars Danny Masterson and Wilmer Valderrama appear in a "CHiPs" parody; Shakira sings "Underneath Your Clothes." Frank Caliendo, Taran Killam, Stephanie Weir.

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Episode 18

Episode 18

Sat, Mar 23, 2002 60 mins

Rappers Master P and Lil' Romeo appear in a parody of "The Lord of the Rings"; Tara Reid is interviewed by James Lipton (Will Sasso). Mo Collins, Aries Spears.

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Episode 19

Episode 19

Sat, Apr 6, 2002 60 mins

Master P and Insane Clown Posse are guests, participating in a sketch with Alex Borstein and Michael McDonald as singers Jasmine Wayne-Wayne and Michael McCloud. Debra Wilson, Will Sasso, Stephanie Weir.

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Episode 20

Episode 20

Sat, Apr 13, 2002 60 mins

Lorraine (Mo Collins) goes to Mardi Gras; Bunifa (Debra Wilson) causes havoc at an airport. Aries Spears, Michael McDonald, Will Sasso.

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Episode 21

Episode 21

Sat, Apr 20, 2002 60 mins

Melina Kanakaredes appears in a parody of "Providence." Mo Collins, Frank Caliendo, Taran Killam.

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Episode 22

Episode 22

Sat, Apr 27, 2002 60 mins

Tenacious D performs "Tribute"; the stars of "Jackass" meet "Kenny Rogers" (Will Sasso). Taran Killam, Andrew Daly, Bobby Lee.

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Episode 23

Episode 23

Sat, May 4, 2002 60 mins

Sketches include "Public School House Rocks"; Debra Wilson as Oprah Winfrey; and "The Depressed Tow-Truck Driver" (Michael McDonald). Alex Borstein, Frank Caliendo.

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Episode 24

Episode 24

Sat, May 11, 2002 60 mins

Vivica A. Fox plays a politically incorrect network executive; Bunifa appears on MTV's "DisMissed"; an interview involves "Jenny Jones" and "Laura Bush" (Mo Collins, Stephanie Weir). Debra Wilson, Andrew Daly, Taran Killam.

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Episode 25

Episode 25

Sat, May 18, 2002 60 mins

Teri Garr, Eve Plumb and rapper Method Man help parody "The E! True Hollywood Story." Also: "Lance Bass" interviews "Rod Roddy" of "The Price Is Right"; Trina's fiancé is revealed; Mrs. Campbell (Stephanie Weir) has an auto accident. Mo Collins, Frank Caliendo, Will Sasso.

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