The season was also the last for Ron Pederson and Paul Vogt. Pederson left due to budget cuts, while Paul Vogt departed to pursue a career on Broadway. Pederson entertained audiences with his Clay Aiken impersonations, and Vogt impersonated James Lipton on Inside the Actor's Studio and performed his recurring characters 2 Liter Beth (from the Fanta Girl commercials) and Dale Priskett (from The Lillian Verner Game Show sketches). Aries Spears, who had been a MADtv cast member since season 3, also left the show at the end of the season, tying Debra Wilson's then-record for longest tenure as a MADtv cast member (it would later be surpassed by Michael McDonald's nine years).
Crista Flanagan joined the cast and was upgraded to repertory player the next season. Her repertoire included neurotic, struggling comedienne Luann Lockhart. Spencer Kayden made her first appearance in episode 15, but did not return the next season.
Several former cast members appeared in season 10 episodes. Will Sasso reprised his role as Kenny Rogers in a reality show spoof. Mo Collins returned to portray the characters Doreen Larkin and Lorraine Swanson. Artie Lange also returned for two episodes. Alex Borstein reprised her role as Miss Swan and joined her Family Guy co-star Seth Green for another Brightling sketch. Notably, original cast members Nicole Sullivan and Debra Wilson appeared as some of their famous characters.
Staff writer Steven Cragg appeared in three episodes starring in self-made short films.
|Episode||Airing Date||Host/Guest(s)||Sketches||Other notes|
|#1001||September 18, 2004||Charla Faddoul and Mirna Hindoyan||Cast members argue about the opening intro to MADtv 's tenth season. Jovan Muskatelle (Keegan-Michael Key) reviews the latest movies during a live newscast. Angela (Stephnie Weir) gets attacked by Secret Service agents and rabid squirrels while trying to interview George W. Bush. Bill Cosby (Aries Spears) promotes Jell-O shots for a single mother (Nicole Parker) with unruly children and regrets about unfulfilled dreams. The rugged Abercrombie & Fitch employees have competition in the form of Lane Bryant's Rubenesque employees (Daniele Gaither, Nicole Parker, Stephnie Weir). Alex Trebek (Ike Barinholtz) tries to rig Jeopardy! in favor of two contestants (Bobby Lee, Aries Spears) to defeat returning champion Ken Jennings (Ron Pederson). The Amazing Race's Charla Faddoul and Mirna Hindoyan appear in a political parody of their own show, racing against presidential nominees George W. Bush (Frank Caliendo) and John Kerry (Michael McDonald). Introducing Pizza Hut's new twisted crust pizza, which is stuffed to the brim with everything needed for a great pizza dinner.||Season premiere|
|#1002||September 25, 2004||Amanda Beard, Kaitlin Sandeno||A parody of Growing Up Gotti shows how dumb the sons of Victoria Gotti (Stephnie Weir) are, as well as how unsophisticated A&E has become in its programming. Hoping she won't get whacked, Stephnie Weir apologizes to Victoria Gotti about the sketch. Alien, The Princess Diaries, and Snuggle merge in a fake movie trailer. Olympic swimmers Amanda Beard and Kaitlin Sandeno help promote Chili's barbecue sauce, along with famous figures Evander Holyfield (Aries Spears), Mike Tyson (Aries Spears also), Ellen DeGeneres (Nicole Parker), Tom Brokaw (Frank Caliendo), Eve (Daniele Gaither), Clay Aiken (Ron Pederson), Norm Macdonald (Frank Caliendo), Robin Williams (Frank Caliendo also), and Kirstie Alley (Paul Vogt). Coach Hines (Keegan-Michael Key) becomes disruptive and threatens the lives of others during a funeral. Presidential nominees George W. Bush (Frank Caliendo) and John Kerry (Michael McDonald) begin their debates, then exchange wives in a parody of Trading Spouses. Bae Sung (Bobby Lee) offers to translate for a man who is choking.|
|#1003||October 2, 2004||Flava Flav, Christina Milian (musical guest), Joe Budden (musical guest)||Oprah Winfrey (Daniele Gaither) shares gifts with the audience. John Madden (Frank Caliendo) reports on the presidential race. P. Diddy (Aries Spears), married couple Britney Spears (Nicole Parker) and Kevin Federline (Ike Barinholtz), and a variety of rappers promote voting on TRL. Controversial figure Mary Kay Letourneau (Nicole Parker) stars in her own sitcom in which she dumps Vili Fualaau (Bobby Lee) for a younger boy. Public Enemy member Flava Flav appears on Real Mother****ing Talk in a discussion about the election. Ashlee Simpson (Nicole Parker) fights with her family and recording engineers on The Ashlee Simpson Show. Jovan Muskatelle (Keegan-Michael Key) reviews Open Water (film) while Pat O'Brien (Frank Caliendo) interviews actress/singer Christina Milian. Senator John Kerry (Michael McDonald) discusses how he would have reacted to 9/11 if he were President, which proves to be no better than Bush's infamous reaction.|
|#1004||November 6, 2004||Nely Galán, Jon Heder, Alanis Morissette||Ashlee Simpson (Nicole Parker) experiences another lip-synching gaffe. The Duckling host Nely Galán hosts a parody of her show where young girls are dolled up to be beautiful. The Fantana girls introduce a new member of their team: 2-Liter Beth (Paul Vogt). 7 A.M. Condo Report hosts Clifford (Ron Pederson) and Muriel (Stephnie Weir) try to withstand a hurricane. Alanis Morissette plays sister Delicious Morissette in an MTV Diary special, and appears in an Abercrombie & Fitch sketch. Celebrities such as botox-faced comedienne Kathy Griffin (Nicole Parker), American Idol reject William Hung (Bobby Lee), former talk show host Wayne Brady (Aries Spears), and The Facts of Life duo Charlotte Rae (Paul Vogt) and Kim Fields (Daniele Gaither) look back at the first decade of the new millennium in VH1 I Love the '00s, but cause a rip in the space-time continuum when they can't think of anything memorable. A klutzy stripper (Stephnie Weir) ruins a bachelor party. Jon Heder appears as a headstrong nerd on a quiz bowl game show in a commercial parody for Gatorade. Frank Caliendo closes the show with impersonations of George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Chris Farley, Norm MacDonald, John Madden, Al Pacino, Robin Williams, and the cast of Seinfeld.|
|#1005||November 13, 2004||Will Sasso, Marilyn Manson (musical guest)||Hideki (Bobby Lee) becomes the life of the party on Average Asian. Britney Spears (Nicole Parker) sings about her career slide in a parody of "My Prerogative," with back-up from Bobby Brown (Aries Spears) and her husband Kevin Federline (Ike Barinholtz). B-baller Kobe Bryant (Keegan-Michael Key) promotes cheap sneakers from a thrift store after losing most of his sponsors. Former MADtv cast member Will Sasso reprises his impersonation of Kenny Rogers in a reality show parody in which contestants must perform outrageous stunts and put up with Rogers' drunken antics. Stuart Larkin (Michael McDonald) gets a visit from a vacuum cleaner salesman (Keegan-Michael Key). The Superstitious Knights (Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele) break jinxes at a wedding.|
|#1006||November 20, 2004||Bill Maher, Ja Rule (musical guest)||MADtv's African-American cast members Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, and Aries Spears get into a fight, which catches the attention of the security guards. On Punk'd, Ashton Kutcher (Ike Barinholtz) punks President George W. Bush (Frank Caliendo) and Vice President Dick Cheney (Paul Vogt) into thinking that they're on The O'Reilly Factor, but they're actually being interviewed by Bill Maher. Maher also appears with musical guest Ja Rule as a "Ph. D." in Real Mother****ing Talk, where guests discuss Thanksgiving and world events. In a The Wizard of Oz parody, Dorothy (Nicole Parker) wishes she was home to undo the damage she's caused in Oz. Dot (Stephnie Weir) competes in a beauty pageant. The slow songs on Norah Jones' (Nicole Parker) new album makes for high-energy parties. Reporter Jim Rome (Frank Caliendo) and boxer George Foreman (Aries Spears) promote a new grill that cooks turkeys.||Special Thanksgiving episode|
|#1007||November 27, 2004||Christopher Masterson, Danny Masterson||Stephnie Weir asks the audience if one of them has her ring. Dakota Fanning (Haley Aaron), Morgan Freeman (Jordan Peele), Kathy Griffin (Nicole Parker), Connie Chung (Bobby Lee), and Samuel L. Jackson (Aries Spears) are contestants on Celebrity Quarters. Employees must ask for permission to get office supplies from paranoid floor manager Sean Gidcomb (Michael McDonald). Dwarves attack a patrol officer (Paul Vogt) below the belt when he pulls them over for speeding. Ike Barinholtz and Aries Spears interview celebrities at the 2004 Vibe Awards. Dorothy Lanier (Stephnie Weir) sings musical numbers aboard an airplane. Dr. Funkenstein (Keegan-Michael Key), his monster (Jordan Peele) and Blacula (Aries Spears) battle the Creature from the White Lagoon in a parody of blaxploitation films. Christopher and Danny Masterson play lawyers who harass their clients.|
|#1008||December 11, 2004||Avril Lavigne (musical guest)||Australian spokesman Roland Backinson (Ron Pederson) promotes his Verb Alert home security alarm system. Al-Jazeera broadcasts news and death threats to America. Musical guest Avril Lavigne stars in a sex education video from the '70s featuring Evel Knievel (Ike Barinholtz) and Chewbacca. Clifford (Ron Pederson) and Muriel (Stephnie Weir) host the 7 A.M. Condo Report from Mexico, where they hope to get flu shots. Lillian Verner Game Show champion Gail Cinder (Stephnie Weir) competes with a foul-mouthed puppeteer (Nicole Parker) and an incoherent Smurf collector (Keegan-Michael Key). Former presidential nominee John Kerry (Michael McDonald) and Mofaz (Michael McDonald also) talk about their problems. Steven Cragg gets another chance to say goodbye to his dad by recording a tape.|
|#1009||December 18, 2004||Nelly (musical guest).||The Fantana girls and 2 Liter Beth promote new holiday soda flavors. Academy Award winning actress Renée Zellweger (Nicole Parker), emotional fitness guru Richard Simmons (Paul Vogt), Indiana Pacers forward Ron Artest (Aries Spears), American Idol reject William Hung (Bobby Lee), and now-thin Anna Nicole Smith (Stephnie Weir) compete on Celebrity Quarters. The Abercrombie & Fitch boys hire a minority (Jordan Peele). Being on the Miami Heat doesn't stop Shaquille O'Neil (Aries Spears) from dissing the Los Angeles Lakers on Shaq and the (Former) Super Lakers. Gap commercial parody contains messages about Sarah Jessica Parker (Nicole Parker) being a bad choice for spokeswoman and how Lenny Kravitz (Jordan Peele) was easy to hire. Ike Barinholtz and Aries Spears conduct red-carpet interviews at the 2004 Billboard awards. Guests talk about December holidays on Real Mother****ing Talk. A musical group annoys shopping mall patrons with its overzealous singing.||Special Christmas episode|
|#1010||January 8, 2005||The Hives (musical guest)||On People's Court, mumbling nutjob Yvonne Criddle (Daniele Gaither) stoicly admits to Judge Marilyn Milian (Stephnie Weir) that she's an evil person. Bae Sung (Bobby Lee) offers assistance at an auto repair shop. Special Patrick (Michael McDonald) makes embarrassing statements while hosting the news. Ray and The Grudge merge in a parody where Ray Charles (Aries Spears) contends with Japanese demons haunting his house. In a commercial for Levitra, a girl (Stephnie Weir) embarrasses her boyfriend (Ike Barinholtz) about his sex problems and allows cameras to tape them during intercourse. A biracial couple (Nicole Parker, Jordan Peele) hosts a show called Inside Looking Out where they frequently express their love. Marvin Tikvah (Michael McDonald) gets swimming lessons from two barely-legal swimming instructors (Stephnie Weir, Daniele Gaither) with whom he flirts. A scuba-diving couple (Michael McDonald and Stephnie Weir) are stranded at sea in a loose parody of Open Water (film).|
|#1011||January 22, 2005||Nicole Richie, The Donnas (musical guest)||American Idol winners and losers sing about their lives after appearing on the show to the tune of Kelly Clarkson's "Since You've Been Gone". With the help of a new sidekick (Ron Pederson), Matthew the Bible Dude (Michael McDonald) fights the sin of listening to Hilary Duff songs without permission. Dr. Kylie Johnson (Stephnie Weir) prepares to give breast implants to an insecure girl (Nicole Parker). Nicole Richie appears as Kelly Ripa in a parody of Pantene commercials, while Sarah Jessica Parker (Nicole Parker) and an unknown woman (Daniele Gaither) promote their line of hair products. A morbidly obese Fat Albert (voice of Aries Spears) has a heart attack in a parody of the classic cartoon. Kim Jong Il (Bobby Lee) interviews Donald Trump (Frank Caliendo) and his wife Melania (Nicole Parker) on The Kim Jong Il Show.|
|#1012||February 5, 2005||Alex Borstein, Terry Bradshaw, James Brown, Seth Green, Jimmy Johnson, Howie Long||Ty Pennington (Ike Barinholtz) and his crew offer to makeover a helpless African-American family's home in a parody of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. The hosts of FOX NFL Sunday appear in several pre-game skits, with Anna Nicole Smith (Stephnie Weir) playing the weathergirl. Dot (Stephnie Weir) gets a psychological evaluation before being prescribed behavior-modifying pills. Alex Borstein reprises her roles as Ms. Swan and Mama Brightling, who is joined by Seth Green reprising his role as her son. Frank Caliendo and Ike Barinholtz go to the home of this year's Super Bowl and conduct interviews. During a strike organization, the leader (Michael McDonald) uses racist remarks to make a point.||Special Super Bowl/Valentine's Day episode; Crista Flanagan's debut episode.|
|#1013||February 12, 2005||Nicole Sullivan, Debra Wilson||As John Madden (Frank Caliendo) promotes a new birdhouse maker from Ace Hardware, he loses precious body parts and scares his co-stars (Bobby Lee, Nicole Parker). On Oprah, the megalomaniacal host (Debra Wilson) and her supposed lover Dr. Phil (Michael McDonald) help a victim (Paul Vogt) of a recent hurricane. Two stubborn senior citizens (Michael McDonald, Stephnie Weir) won't accept help when it's really needed. Muslims have their own version of The Price is Right, and one contestant is a hungover American woman (Nicole Parker). Hispanic girls Lida (Nicole Sullivan) and Melina (Debra Wilson) are contestants on MTV Spring Break, hosted by Matthew Lillard (Keegan-Michael Key). Ashlee Simpson (Nicole Parker) catches flack from her recent scandal on Reality Check. Bae Sung (Bobby Lee) is the only person who can help a businessman (Ike Barinholtz) communicate with the French at an airport. A Desperate Housewives parody where Susan Meyer (Nicole Parker) trips over her own two feet, the other characters can't express emotion due to Botox and plastic surgery, and theme park rides run through the sets.||Some versions of this episode aired on Comedy Central either cut the "Muslim Price Is Right" sketch and air the "Desperate Housewives" sketch or vice versa.|
|#1014||February 19, 2005||Mo Collins, Susan Sarandon||Snoop Dogg (Keegan-Michael Key) and Pharrell Williams (Jordan Peele) rap about getting high on marijuana in a parody of "Drop It Like It's Hot." A lonely woman (Paul Vogt) fantasizes about how perfect her life would be if she bought greeting cards and trinkets from Hallmark (three-part sketch). While Stuart Larkin (Michael McDonald) and his mom (Mo Collins) prepare to move, Doreen flirts with the neighbor (Paul Vogt), who's glad they're leaving. Lorraine (Mo Collins) wreaks havoc during visit to a bowling alley. On The Lillian Verner Game Show, Gail Cinder (Stephnie Weir) retains her championship crown against a prop comic (Jordan Peele) and chinless Carol Finney (Mo Collins). Susan Sarandon plays a greedy relative who seduces her sister's (Stephnie Weir) husband (Michael McDonald).|
|#1015||February 26, 2005||Colby Donaldson, Artie Lange, Jeff Probst||Survivor host Jeff Probst and champion Colby Donaldson appear in a parody of Lost, where the castaways learn that Probst poisoned Donaldson to get the role of host--and discover that they're stuck on Fantasy Island. Clifford (Ron Pederson) and Muriel (Stephnie Weir) discuss the latest Academy Award nominees. Former MADtv castmember Artie Lange guest stars in a sketch where alcoholics (Daniele Gaither, Michael McDonald, Stephnie Weir, and Keegan-Michael Key) hold an intervention for their sober friend (Ike Barinholtz) who supposedly has a gambling problem. The hosts of Inside Looking Out are interrupted by their Jewish neighbor (Ike Barinholtz) asking for rent money. Morgan Freeman (Jordan Peele) introduces the first black inventor (Keegan-Michael Key) who came up with such stereotypically black items as grape soda, the use of the word "stank ho", the do-rag, and the concept of "Colored People Time."||Spencer Kayden's debut episode.|
|#1016||March 12, 2005||Dr. Phil (Michael McDonald) profiles dysfunctional families and gets feedback from rambling comic Ellen Degeneres (Nicole Parker) and American Idol contestant/single mother Fantasia Barrino (Daniele Gaither). Michael Jackson (Aries Spears) breaks into parodies of his greatest hits during his trial. Rusty Miller (Michael McDonald) allows President George W. Bush (Frank Caliendo) and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (Daniele Gaither) to answer questions from the audience at Cal State Fullerton. Ike Barinholtz and Ron Pederson interview celebrities at the American Idol Final 12 Party. Tank (Bobby Lee) tries to pick up girls at a party, including one who's totally smashed (Crista Flanagan). An awkward comedienne (Crista Flanagan) performs stand-up comedy. During an audition, a clumsy skater (Crista Flanagan) blames her DJ (Keegan-Michael Key) for her poor performance. In a parody of Million Dollar Baby, Mike Tyson (Aries Spears) dons drag and is groomed to be the next female prize fighter.|
|#1017||March 19, 2005||On TRL, La La (Daniele Gaither) and SuChin Pak (Bobby Lee) premiere a video by Maroon 5 dedicated to tsunami victims, but it gets drowned out by prepubescent shout-outs. Anna Nicole Smith (Stephnie Weir) plays a fallen celebrity who dies in a Chanel No. 5 commercial parody. QVC hostesses (Nicole Parker, Stephnie Weir) make racist comments about Mexicans (Paul Vogt, Daniele Gaither, and Keegan-Michael Key) modeling stereotypically Hispanic clothes. A 1950s film teaches teenage boys how to phone girls. Members of a couple humiliate one other by using embarrassing pictures of the other when they land on the news. A woman (Nicole Parker) loses her house, her boyfriend (Ron Pederson), and her mind as she shops on eBay. A guy (Ike Barinholtz) must put up with a wacky party girl (Crista Flanagan) who doesn't know that she and him are the only ones there. MADtv writer Steven Cragg criticizes the lack of quality television and hosts his own reality show set in an ambulance.|
|#1018||April 9, 2005||Officer Rufus Champagne (Paul Vogt) responds to a domestic disturbance call and is attacked by dwarves. Marvin Tikvah (Michael McDonald) wakes up in a "tough love" drug rehab center after his neighbor finds him in her pool. Melodramatic Taco Bell employee Jorge (Keegan-Michael Key) disrupts his workplace. A drunk, cynical old man (Michael McDonald) complains about the world, humiliates his daughter (Nicole Parker) in front of her boyfriend (Ike Barinholtz), and receives a visit from a man (Ron Pederson) riding a unicorn. A married woman (Stephnie Weir) hosts an Ellen DeGeneres-type show while her husband is away. Cindy Delmont (Paul Vogt) reports a sexual harassment crime, but her boss (Michael McDonald) doesn't believe her because of her weight. MADtv writer Steven Cragg shows video footage of his attempts to have sex with his wife, then discovers a video of his wife having sex with two men.|
|#1019||April 23, 2005||Hip-hop artists and actors including Snoop Dogg (Keegan-Michael Key), Mo'Nique (Daniele Gaither), Queen Latifah (Aries Spears), and single white male Jimmy Fallon (Ron Pederson) star in the urban comedy, The Barbecue Bus. Celebrities and figures such as Britney Spears (Nicole Parker), Connie Chung (Bobby Lee), Ja Rule (Jordan Peele), Ellen Degeneres (Nicole Parker), Robert De Niro (Frank Caliendo), Clay Aiken (Ron Pederson), and George W. Bush (Frank Caliendo) record their voices for Sprint ringtones. Coach Hines (Keegan-Michael Key) threatens the audience and ruins presentations during career day. A bride-to-be (Nicole Parker) is turned into a sleazy tramp by her husband (Ike Barinholtz) during a parody of Pimp My Ride. Cindy Delmont (Paul Vogt) hopes to buy a Mini Cooper, but is oblivious to insults about her weight by the car dealer (Michael McDonald). Mrs. LaMontrose (Daniele Gaither) discusses what her son (Jordan Peele) is doing with his wife Pat-Beth (Nicole Parker) on an episode of Inside Looking Out. John Madden (Frank Caliendo) promotes the new Abs-Zapper with former model Christie Brinkley (Stephnie Weir). "Now you can name your own star at the Detroit Institute For Star Naming!" commercial. Bobby Lee introduces a new hip-hop band called Yo Ma Ma.|
|#1020||April 30, 2005||Artie Lange||Michael McDonald displays his dog training talents. Sherry the stripper (Stephnie Weir) gets into accidents while at a birthday party. Coach Hines (Keegan-Michael Key) threatens his basketball players during a game. Each member of couple (Spencer Kayden, Keegan-Michael Key) engage in solo role-playing while the other one is asleep. On the Lillian Verner Game Show, Gail Cinder (Stephnie Weir) retains her champion crown against a nerdy albino (Ike Barinholtz) and a "plushie" in a mouse fursuit (Michael McDonald). Former MADtv castmember Artie Lange appears on Inside the Actors Studio to discuss his stint on the sketch variety show.|
|#1021||May 7, 2005||Michael Cera, Tony Hale||Celine Dion (Nicole Parker) sings to newborn babies during her new concert tour. Roland Backinson (Ron Pederson) promotes Verb Alert products for minivans. A parody of 24 features MADtv cast member Bobby Lee. Francis Michael McCrovsky (Michael McDonald) brings his mother (Spencer Kayden) on Real Mother****ing Talk to celebrate Mother's Day. Arrested Development stars Michael Cera and Tony Hale play UK policemen trying to quell the royal family's bickering in a British parody of Cops. Dr. Funkenstein (Keegan-Michael Key) and his monster (Jordan Peele), with the help of Bruce Lee's cousin (Bobby Lee), fight Queen Nefertiti (Daniele Gaither), who is disguised as a museum curator. Bill Cosby (Aries Spears) invites the stars of The Cosby Show to return for the 20th Anniversary Reunion special, but the only ones available are Malcolm-Jamal Warner (Jordan Peele), Raven-Symone (Daniele Gaither), and Phylicia Rashad (Keegan-Michael Key). A married couple (Crista Flanagan, Michael McDonald) recall their botched wedding day on an anniversary tape.|
|#1022||May 14, 2005||Ryan Reynolds, Debra Wilson||Stephnie Weir announces that she has been diagnosed with "wandering kidneys" from years of performing rough physical comedy on MADtv. Tank (Bobby Lee) tries to pick up women at the Playboy mansion. Ms. Campbell (Stephnie Weir) eventually forces a mother (Nicole Parker) to remove her son from an R-rated slasher film. On TRL, DJ MC Esher (Aries Spears) premieres a new hip-hop single that features a bevy of hip-hop talent and Julie Andrews (Nicole Parker). Ryan Reynolds appears on The B.S. as an INS agent who goes undercover as a security guard to arrest illegal immigrants. A kissing game between a woman (Stephnie Weir) and a man (Michael McDonald) goes too far when the man begins telling the truth. Bible Dude (Michael McDonald) stops rebellious kids from playing video games without parental consent. Whitney Houston (Debra Wilson) and Bobby Brown (Aries Spears) get into a dispute while singing duets.|
|#1023||May 21, 2005||Nicole Sullivan, Amber Tamblyn||With her name disgraced by Ike Barinholtz, former cast member Nicole Sullivan insults an audience member who only came to see The Simpsons. The Stroms (Michael McDonald, Stephnie Weir) think two paramedics (Ike Barinholtz, Jordan Peele) are trying to rape them. Joan of Arcadia actress Amber Tamblyn plays a teen who helps celebrate Average Asian Hideki's (Bobby Lee) birthday. Gray (Jordan Peele) and Carl (Keegan-Michael Key) try to break hexes before performing MacBeth on stage. Sean Gidcomb (Michael McDonald) prohibits employees from dating their co-workers in the workplace. A 1950s film promoting tolerance of African-American neighbors goes haywire when a black man (Keegan-Michael Key) wants to date a white family's daughter (Nicole Parker). Frank Caliendo performs impersonations of John Madden, Jerry Seinfeld, and George W. Bush (who introduces a new national security advisor).|