Mad TV on DVD

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  1. Kevin Porter

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    Is it coming out. It has constantly outranked in laughs compared to SNL and I was wondering if it would ever see the light of day on DVD. Anyone know?
     
  2. Jeff Kleist

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    Unlikely. It bombed out in syndication (at least here). There'll be a best-of at best
     
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    Damn, I loved this show!
     
  4. Jeff Kleist

    Jeff Kleist Executive Producer

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    Umm, it's still on [​IMG] No need for past tense [​IMG]
     
  5. Lafe F

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    I want a disc with all the Stuart skits.
    I want a disc with all the Ms. Swan skits.
     
  6. Keith M.

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    what is that skit where the guy keeps saying "Come on..." it is frickin hilarious!!
     
  7. Michael Pakula

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    I like the Steven Segal and Kenny Rogers sketches.

    -Mike
     
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    I would certainly be interested (along with In Living Color).
     
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    I doubt it. Comedy Central just paid millions upon millions of dollars to play MADTV re-runs.
    Any chance of complete SNL episodes being released has also been ruined by E!s outrageous bid.

    BTW, MadTV sucks.
     
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    I'd love to get the skit that was called the deleted scene from the wizard of oz.
     
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    The Steven Segal Ultra-Widescreen sketch is pretty good [​IMG]
     
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    I want to see Mad TV on DVD in season-by-season format.
     
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  14. Jeff Kleist

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    As I have said time and time again

    No one cares about online petitions, they hold 10x less weight than a phone call, and 100x less weight than a snail mail letter

    If you want MadTV on DVD. Get every single person to write snail mail letters to Fox
     
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    I really loved this show, but it seems that except for the core stars-what-3 people?-the cast kept changing. There were several that left the show it seems...the one I missed was whoever played Ms Swann...
    I only caught this on syndication, so I have no idea of the seasons involved, or even the stars names, save Deborah Wilson(?) and Will Sasso....I think my favorite ep was when Susan Sarandon played the TOOTH FAIRY with Stuart....

    I agree, SNL is painfull to watch...has been for a long while.

    IN LIVING COLOR would be cool also...them Flygirls...
     

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