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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.
Guest Michelle Trachtenberg appeared in a parody of Buffy the Vampire Slayer with Alex Borstein's Ms. Trachtenberg, who actually appears in "Buffy", was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series for her Mad TV stint. Fox, Frankie Muniz, Amanda Bynes, *NSYNC members Lance Bass and Joey Fatone, wrestlers Triple H and Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Man Show hosts Adam Carolla and Jimmy Kimmel, and several hip-hop artists (including DMX, Ja Rule, Insane Clown Posse, Master P., Method Man, Redman, and the RZA).
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Original cast players Nicole Sullivan and Debra Wilson introduced new characters, playing Latina bimbos Lida and Melina together, while Wilson performed Bunifa, a fast-talking ghetto fabulous girl. Swan and Rosie O'Donnell; Pat Kilbane appeared as the Coffee Guy and the spokesman for Spishak, and performed his Howard Stern impersonation; Will Sasso frequently impersonated famous people such as Bill Clinton, Kenny Rogers, and Steven Seagal and Aries Spears did several impersonations of popular African-American celebrities. During the episode that aired February 6, 1999, Bret Hart appeared in a sketch with Will Sasso.
Hart, a WCW wrestler, attacked Sasso during filming.