MADtv (season 8)

MADtv (season 8)

The eighth season of MADtv aired from September 14, 2002, to May 17, 2003, with 25 episodes.

Season summary

Alex Borstein, Andrew Daly, and Will Sasso left at the end of season seven, and new featured players Ike Barinholtz, Simon Helberg, Josh Meyers, Christina Moore, Ron Pederson, and Paul Vogt were added.

With Sasso gone from the cast, Frank Caliendo began playing George W. Bush. The comic also reprised his impersonations from past seasons, including Al Pacino, John Madden, and Robin Williams. Pederson played Dick Clark, Saddam Hussein, and Entertainment Tonight anchor Mark Steines. Vogt replaced Sasso as the James Lipton impersonator and impersonated classic sitcom stars, such as Edward Asner (The Mary Tyler Moore Show), Jackie Gleason (The Honeymooners), and Charlotte Rae (Diff'rent Strokes/The Facts Of Life). Like their counterparts Jimmy Fallon and Horatio Sanz on Saturday Night Live, long-time pals Barinholtz and Meyers would frequently appear in sketches together and play off each other's chemistry. Separately, Barinholtz performed celebrity impersonations such as Joe Millionaire's Evan Marriott and Nick Nolte, while Meyers offered offbeat impersonations of Eminem, Matthew McConaughey, Owen Wilson, and some *NSYNC members. Jill Michelle Meleán performed impersonations of Drew Barrymore, but left MADtv midway through the season.

In Living Color cast member Tommy Davidson returned to MADtv seven years after his first host appearance, this time playing a frequently featured character on Real Mother****ing Talk named Woogie Jones-Johnson. Another alumnus of the '90s sketch variety show, David Alan Grier, made an appearance as 60 Minutes anchor Ed Bradley. Comic actor Fred Willard appeared as recurring character Gene St. John, a movie critic who curses uncontrollably after each installment of Real Mother****ing Talk. That '70s Show Danny Masterson and Wilmer Valderamma returned for another parody of CHiPs with co-star Mila Kunis. For the first time since her departure in 2001, Nicole Sullivan appeared in the season finale as Mindy Tikvah, equally randy daughter of Michael McDonald's Marvin Tikvah.

Opening montage

The title sequence begins with the MADtv logo appearing across a black screen. The theme song, which is performed by the hip-hop group Heavy D & the Boyz, begins and each repertory cast member is introduced alphabetically, followed by the featured cast. Several split-screens appear showing live-action clips of cast members performing recurring characters. When the last cast member is introduced, the music stops and the title sequence ends with the phrase "You are now watching MADtv."


^ Performer left mid-season.


Episode Airing Date Host/Guest(s) Sketches Other notes
#801 September 14, 2002 Paula Abdul, Randy Jackson, Kelly Clarkson Eminem (Josh Meyers) raps about the lackluster fall TV line-up in a parody of "Without Me." Daniel Smith (Josh Meyers) and Howard K. Stern (Michael McDonald) talk about Anna Nicole Smith (Stephnie Weir) and her bizarre behavior in a parody of The Anna Nicole Show. Vin Diesel (Ike Barinholtz) repairs cars for AAA in a parody of the action film xXx. Jenny Jones (Mo Collins) interviews a white trash mother (Stephnie Weir) who accuses her infant son of being a slacker. American Idol judges Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson appear in an all-star American Idol sketch where classic bands from the '80s perform variations of Nena's "99 Red Balloons". Kelly Clarkson is interviewed by Ted Koppel (Frank Caliendo), then performs a duet with Whitney Houston (Debra Wilson). As part of his community service, Allen Iverson (Aries Spears) runs a camp for kids, forcing them to do some unorthodox services. A doctor's (Josh Meyers) attempt to remove his patient's (Ike Barinholtz) infected toenail yields gore. "Now you can buy the box set for the recently deceased HBO series Arli$$!" commercial parody Season premiere
#802 September 21, 2002 Jay Mohr The Koppel family star in their own reality show that can't compete with The Osbournes. Angela (Stephnie Weir) records a documentary about racism towards black people using her friend Beth (Debra Wilson) as the guinea pig. Jay Mohr stars as Chris Penn in a parody of action comedies featuring such stars as Chris Tucker (Debra Wilson), Owen Wilson (Josh Meyers), Tommy Lee Jones (Frank Caliendo), Eddie Murphy (Aries Spears), and Jackie Chan (Bobby Lee). Policemen chase gay criminals in new police reality show "World's Queeniest Criminals". Catherine Zeta-Jones (Mo Collins) fears she's selling out her A-list celebrity image by promoting commercial products (three-part sketch). Dr. Kylie Johnson (Stephnie Weir) prepares to deliver a baby, but makes time to flirt with the soon-to-be father (Michael McDonald) who used to party with her during spring break. Another episode of Oprah sees Oprah Winfrey (Debra Wilson) turn into a vampire after an audience member (Stephnie Weir) disagrees with Oprah's ways for people to save money. Martha Stewart (Mo Collins) stars in a parody of Oz where she maims fellow prisoners with her homemade crafts and recipe tips.
#803 September 28, 2002 Jackie Chan Parody of Nelly's "Hot in Herre" focuses on pedophilic Christian camp counselors (Michael McDonald, Bobby Lee, Ike Barinholtz, and Josh Meyers) seducing young male campers. Jackie Chan stars in his own reality show a la The Anna Nicole Show, where he gets hounded by his former movie star partners Chris Tucker (Debra Wilson) and Owen Wilson (Josh Meyers). Stuart Larkin (Michael McDonald) receives piano lessons. Michael McDonald and Debra Wilson interview celebrities at the 2002 Emmys. Four friends (Mo Collins, Michael McDonald, Aries Spears, and Debra Wilson) go to a '50s diner that's authentic, right down to the racist attitudes towards black patrons. The Glamazon Huntresses must face off against acid rain. School bully Steve Wellington (Ike Barinholtz) makes friends with a nerd (Josh Meyers) in detention. Al Pacino (Frank Caliendo) and Robin Williams (Frank Caliendo also) discuss their experience filming Insomnia during the closing credits.
#804 November 2, 2002 Tony Hawk, WC, Xzibit (musical guest) A parody of Eve's "Gangsta Lovin'" shows the harsh realities of gangster violence. A woman (Stephnie Weir) goes over her wedding story with her husband, an inflatable advertising doll in a parody of TLC's "A Wedding Story". An animated parody of Charlie Brown gets an urban twist, where Chucky Brown (voiced by Aries Spears) celebrates Halloween in the ghetto. An angry coach (Ike Barinholtz) yells at his basketball team for doing poorly, then discovers that they're blind and mentally retarded. Two similar-sounding senators (Michael McDonald), Ron Pederson) have a heated debate. Anna Nicole Smith (Stephnie Weir) meets Tony Hawk on an episode of The Anna Nicole Show. Xzibit performs, then appears with fellow West Coast rapper WC in Real Mother****ing Talk, discussing homeland security, the Internet, Saddam Hussein, and the differences between Pop Tarts and Toaster Strudel.
#805 November 9, 2002 Bryan Cranston, Ja Rule, Shaggy (musical guest) Camera crews from MTV's The Osbournes, E!'s The Anna Nicole Show, FOX's COPS, and The Tonight Show's Jay Walking segment all vie for red-carpet space. Malcolm In The Middle's Bryan Cranston guest stars in a sketch where he plays a guy whose wife (Stephnie Weir) hires a lesbian (Mo Collins) to join them in a threesome. John Madden (Frank Caliendo) struggles with a popcorn maker that he is promoting. During a press conference about an upcoming civil case, Leona Campbell (Stephnie Weir) wonders if the defendant (Frank Caliendo) was aware of the fat in the food he ate that was supposed to help him stay healthy. Wayne Brady (Aries Spears) interviews guest Ja Rule on The Wayne Brady Show. Commercial parody for WalMart has the rollback smiley faces slash high prices and stab innocent shoppers. Shakira (Mo Collins) sings about her incoherent speech in a parody of "Objection (Tango)". Earl Scheib (Ike Barinholtz) offers his services to fix up squad cars that have been dented from police brutality.
#806 November 16, 2002 David Alan Grier, Jim Rome, The Strokes (musical guest) A parody of Eminem's "Cleanin' Out My Closet" has George W. Bush (Frank Caliendo) rapping about how his mother, Barbara, (Mo Collins) hits him for acting like an idiot. Lorraine Swanson (Mo Collins) checks out a college for her son. Dr. Phil (Michael McDonald) insults guests, and unbeknownst to him, one of them is Oprah Winfrey (Debra Wilson). The remaining members of *NSYNC unveil their new music video, set inside a volcano. Employees are curious to a "growth spurt" of one of their employees (Frank Caliendo) in a commercial parody for Viagra. David Alan Grier plays 60 Minutes reporter Ed Bradley who interviews rapper/actor Eminem (Josh Meyers) and assaults him after being insulted. In a special Spears on Sports episode, Jim Rome interviews Shaquille O'Neil (Aries Spears) on his rival Kobe Bryant, Evander Holyfield (Aries Spears) talks nonsense, John Madden (Frank Caliendo) talks about what he had for breakfast, and Spears doesn't give his co-reporter (Mo Collins) a chance to speak. The Strokes perform "Is This It", the title track from their debut album.
#807 November 23, 2002 Mila Kunis, Danny Masterson, Jack Osbourne, Kelly Osbourne (musical guest), Wilmer Valderamma Marvin Tikvah (Michael McDonald) warns his son Sheldon (Ike Barinholtz) not to watch MADtv while he's away on vacation. Osbourne offspring Jack and Kelly open the show; the former sings during the opening, the latter performs "Shut Up". A promo for Indiana University highlights the school's wild partying image instead of its educational side. That '70s Show stars Danny Masterson and Wilmer Valderamma return for another CHiPs parody, this time with co-star Mila Kunis, who plays a hot new sergeant. Jack and Kelly Osbourne appear in an episode of 7th Heaven, where they eat Thanksgiving dinner with the Camdens. Mo Collins and Debra Wilson interview celebrities at the premiere for Die Another Day, the latest James Bond film. Stuart Larkin (Michael McDonald) has a chaotic day at the park. Animal owners (Stephnie Weir, Mo Collins, Michael McDonald) insult each other in the waiting room of a veterinarian's office.
#808 December 7, 2002 Sum 41 (musical guest) On The Price is Right, all the contestants and products have sexually suggestive names. In a parody of The Bachelor, women fight for the love of an ordinary man (Frank Caliendo). Tovah (Debra Wilson) and Belma (Aries Spears) host a special episode of Reality Check on an airplane, where they harass a stewardess (Mo Collins). A talk show host (Ron Pederson) looks back at his recently cancelled show. An "HBO First Look" special profiles the voice actors chosen for a remake of Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Commercial parody for a salon specializing in stereotypically lesbian hairdos. Lazy clerk Cloret (Debra Wilson) doesn't do so well at the juice bar. Game show parody where geeky contestants (played by Debra Wilson and the band members of Sum 41) lose to a group of intellectually-challenged teenagers (Aries Spears, Mo Collins, Bobby Lee, Michael McDonald, and Josh Meyers) thanks to social promotion. Average Asian Hideki (Bobby Lee) is assumed he's the best at musical instruments, because of his heritage. Reverend Jesse Jackson (Aries Spears) and Rosa Parks (Debra Wilson) discuss the controversy of their actions referenced in the movie Barbershop at a press conference, but Rosa ends up humiliating Jesse Jackson with jokes about his love child and his failed attempt at running for President.
#809 December 14, 2002 Puddle of Mudd (musical guest) Justin Timberlake (Josh Meyers) is revealed to be a copycat of Michael Jackson in a parody of his hit single, "Like I Love You". Lil' Kim (Debra Wilson) and Sisqo (Aries Spears) continue their search for the bling in the second installment of Lord of the Bling, with Shaquille O'Neal (Aries Spears) and Bill Cosby (Aries Spears also) making cameos. Trina (Mo Collins) interviews for a job interview at IHOP. The Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority sisters invite an ugly college co-ed (Bobby Lee) to be a Kappa for a day. On today's episode of The O'Reilly Factor, a scroll goes by criticizing the wave of liberal celebrities speaking out against the Bush administration while Janeane Garofalo (Frank Caliendo) tries to speak out against the war in Iraq, but is interrupted by Bill O'Reilly's (Michael McDonald) comments on her bland sense of humor. Bunifa (Debra Wilso]) auditions to be a Lakers girl. On a religious talk show, Dot (Stephnie Weir) claims that she saw Jesus Christ in her school photo.
#810 December 21, 2002 Bon Jovi (musical guest) Jewish men known as The Epstein Brothers (Simon Helberg, Paul Vogt) sell Christmas tree patches. Diane Sawyer discusses the holidays -- and drugs -- with Whitney Houston (Debra Wilson) and Bobby Brown (Aries Spears). An animated parody of How the Grinch Stole Christmas features Winona Ryder stealing Christmas the same way she shoplifted from Saks Fifth Avenue. A perky elf (Stephnie Weir) frustrates a mall Santa (Paul Vogt). Santa Claus (Michael McDonald) threatens to kill a young girl (Stephnie Weir) to keep his secret. Lorraine Swanson (Mo Collins) goes Christmas shopping. Matthew the Bible Dude (Michael McDonald) has to deal with a kid (Frank Caliendo) who didn't get his favorite colored shirt. An office worker (Paul Vogt) plots to bring the holiday spirit to an office where any mention of a December holiday is forbidden. Special Christmas episode
#811 January 18, 2003 Tommy Davidson, Queens of the Stone Age (musical guest) Aries Spears plays Bill Cosby, Evander Holyfield, Don King, and Little Richard, in a promotion of a special anniversary edition of Scrabble. Celebrities announce their New Year's resolutions. Oprah Winfrey (Debra Wilson) gives out free money on today's episode of Oprah. Tommy Davidson guest stars as a news correspondent in Real Mother****ing Talk: News Edition. An intervention goes bad when a drunk (Michael McDonald) goes sober, so everyone gets him back on the bottle. Jenny Jones (Mo Collins) hosts a clip show episode of her talk show, which shows herself in different eras, from the 1980s to the dawn of time.
#812 January 25, 2003 Anthony Anderson, Jillian Barberie, Jerry O'Connell John Madden (Frank Caliendo) previews the shoddy line-up of shows on FOX. A parody of The Love Boat has the cast and guest stars vomiting from food poisoning during the opening credits. Spishak promotes their latest product: a kids' gas oven. A mother (Stephnie Weir) shows off her baby (Bobby Lee), unbeknownst to her that he is a 30-year-old farmer from Korea. Jillian Barberie plays Glamazon Huntress Mikayla in an episode of Glamazon Huntresses, in which the heroines discover a time-travel machine. A woman (Stephnie Weir) faces the consequences of leaving Las Vegas when the city begins stalking her. A rich mother (Stephnie Weir) demonstrates self-defense on her slacker son (Michael McDonald). Evander Holyfield (Aries Spears) shows off his latest clothing style on QVC. Jerry O'Connell and Anthony Anderson play employees who look to discover a cure for hiccups. Josh Meyers' first episode as the Spishak spokesperson.
#813 February 1, 2003 Jamie Kennedy, St. Lunatics (musical guest) A new Hooked on Phonics video game improves a boy's vocabulary -- and exacerbates his violent tendencies. Three eligible bachelors on The Dating Game include a normal guy (Ike Barinholtz) and terrorists Saddam Hussein (Ron Pederson) and Kim Jong Il (Bobby Lee). LL Cool J (Aries Spears) raps about his rumored steroid use in a parody of "Luv U Better". Bunifa (Debra Wilson) switches places with an unlikely man (Michael McDonald) on an episode of Trading Spaces. Commercial parody for the video series Girls Gone Wild where college boys bare all. On Connie Chung Tonight, Connie Chung (Bobby Lee) interviews Evan Marriott (Ike Barinholtz) and Trista Rehn (Christina Moore). A man (Paul Vogt) gets a colonoscopy from Dr. Kylie Johnson (Stephnie Weir). The Baldacs (Mo Collins, Michael McDonald) have a dispute with (and tape incriminating evidence from) one of their neighbors (Jamie Kennedy).
#814 February 8, 2003 Fighting Ron (Michael McDonald) testifies against Marvin Tikvah (Michael McDonald also) in a case involving Kathy (Mo Collins) and a porno shoot gone awry. The Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority sisters face off against a rival sorority in a game of volleyball. A Looney Tunes parody features George W. Bush and Osama bin Laden as The Roadrunner and Wile E. Coyote, respectively. Obese actors on CBS sitcoms get their special day on the titular network. Belma (Aries Spears) and Tovah (Debra Wilson) give Senator Trent Lott (Michael McDonald) a "Reality Check" after he gives the hostesses stereotypical presents. Spishak promotes a new machine to make excuses for you. Shaquille O'Neal (Aries Spears) hosts his own TV show with sportscaster Marv Albert (Frank Caliendo). Dorothy Lenier (Stephnie Weir) reports a robbery.
#815 February 15, 2003 Paul Hogan, Evan Marriott A parody of Christina Aguilera's "Beautiful" has Aguilera (Christina Moore) reveals that she's ditching her whorish pop star image. Mofaz the Depressed Persian Tow Truck Man (Michael McDonald) whines about his ugly wife, making a bickering couple (Josh Meyers, Stephnie Weir) feel better about themselves. Another installment of Chocolate Peanuts has Chucky Brown looking for love on Valentine's Day. In a parody of Joe Millionaire, guest Evan Marriott has to choose one of three women to marry: Anna Nicole Smith (Stephnie Weir), Lorraine Swanson (Mo Collins), or Bunifa (Debra Wilson). Bill O'Reilly (Michael McDonald) has a debate with himself. Ike Barinholtz and Debra Wilson interview celebrities at the premiere for Daredevil. Connie Chung (Bobby Lee) interviews Tom Brokaw (Frank Caliendo) and a stripper-turned-reporter (Mo Collins). Dot (Stephnie Weir) is deliberately left at a nursing home, where she performs tricks for the residents. Special Valentine's Day episode
#816 Andy Dick, Ryan Seacrest, Supergrass (musical guest) Michael Jackson (Aries Spears) abuses his children in a parody of Look Who's Talking, featuring the voices of Billy Crystal (Frank Caliendo), Roseanne Barr (Mo Collins), and Robin Williams (Frank Caliendo). Angela (Stephnie Weir) films a video project with her cousin Natalie (Paul Vogt), who becomes instantly popular with high school jocks and cheerleaders. American Idol host Ryan Seacrest counts down 'MADtv's' best music video parodies. The Larkins (Mo Collins, Michael McDonald) cause havoc at a Chinese restaurant. Andy Dick stars as Christina Aguilera's cousin Daphne Aguilera, who performs her latest hit "Filthy." A commercial promotes the drug ecstasy as a cure for depression. A suave piano player (Paul Vogt) has a painfully effeminate singing voice. "Salute to Music" special edition
#817 March 8, 2003 t.A.T.u. Kim Jong-Il (Bobby Lee) discusses his use of nuclear weapons in a music video parody of "Bump, Bump, Bump" featuring P. Diddy (Aries Spears). Detectives Grissom (Michael McDonald) and Willows (Mo Collins) reopen a closed case in a parody of CSI. Angela (Stephnie Weir) records a love message to her next-door neighbor (Michael McDonald) using his security camera. Doug Hefferman (Paul Vogt) goes from king to queen in a parody of King of Queens. Sports announcer James Brown (Aries Spears) shows commercials and clips from around the world, but loses it when the camera crew keeps missing their cues. Saddam Hussein (Ron Pederson) throws a party with fellow French president Jacques Chirac (Michael McDonald), German chancellor Gerhard Schröder (Josh Meyers), and Asian dictator Kim Jong-Il (Bobby Lee). George W. Bush (Frank Caliendo) and Barbara Bush (Mo Collins) teach exercises. Two friends (Ike Barinholtz, Josh Meyers) reunite, and one of them has a secret.
#818 March 15, 2003 Eric Idle, Trish Stratus Belma (Aries Spears) and Tovah (Debra Wilson) give Michael Jackson (Aries Spears) and Deborah Rowe (Frank Caliendo) a reality check. Trish Stratus plays one of the Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority sisters. On The Other Half, Danny Bonaduce (Frank Caliendo) and Dick Clark (Ron Pederson) interview a child psychologist (Mo Collins). Two bullies (Ike Barinholtz, Josh Meyers) host a show where they give geeks swirlies. Contestants gun for prizes by use of violence on a game show based on the video game Grand Theft Auto, with The Price is Right announcer Rod Roddy (Frank Caliendo). On Entertainment Tonight, Leonard Maltin gives Just Married a positive review and Evan Marriott (Ike Barinholtz) interviews the movie's stars Ashton Kutcher (Josh Meyers) and Brittany Murphy (Christina Moore). Monty Python alum Eric Idle plays a pianist who sings about sexually deviant animals on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
#819 March 22, 2003 Tommy Davidson, Fred Willard Connie Chung (Bobby Lee) interviews Academy Award nominees Catherine Zeta Jones (Mo Collins) and Queen Latifah (Aries Spears). Jack Nicholson (Frank Caliendo) introduces a clip from Oscar nominated film The Hours, which involves Leonard (Josh Meyers) fixing the nose of Virginia (Mo Collins). Leona Campbell (Stephnie Weir) has a chat with a girl (Christina Moore) preparing to get breast implants. Comic actors Tommy Davidson and Fred Willard play guests on Real Mother****ing Talk who discuss possible Oscar nominees with Dollar Bill Montgomery (Aries Spears) and co-host Nautica Brown (Debra Wilson). Rusty Miller (Michael McDonald) stops at nothing to pitch his movie to Hollywood. Al Pacino (Frank Caliendo) hosts his own version of The Jamie Kennedy Experiment. Woody Allen (Ron Pederson) directs a new teen sex comedy where he stars alongside rapper Eminem (Josh Meyers), actress Shannon Elizabeth (Christina Moore), and his lover Soon-Yi Previn (Bobby Lee). Oscar episode
#820 April 5, 2003 OK Go (musical guest) Reba McEntire (Stephnie Weir), Little Richard (Aries Spears), and Oprah Winfrey (Debra Wilson) compete on Man vs. Beast. A music video from Mariah Carey (Debra Wilson) makes some outrageous claims about the R&B diva. Jenny Jones (Mo Collins) reunites mothers and siblings on her show. Johnny Woo (Bobby Lee) promotes his own liquor store On tonight's Nightline, Ted Koppel (Frank Caliendo) interviews crime syndicate bosses whose faces and voices are disguised. Bob Ross (Michael McDonald) broods about his former family while painting in a parody of Painting with Jerry. A parody of The Mary Tyler Moore Show features modern-day commentary. A bratty pre-teen (Jill Michelle Meleán) fights with her mother (Stephnie Weir) over wearing risque clothes to a prom.
#821 April 12, 2003 Countess Vaughn, The Folksmen (musical guest) Dr. Phil (Michael McDonald) interviews a couple (Frank Caliendo, Christina Moore), then runs into a disguised Oprah Winfrey (Debra Wilson) and Stedman Graham (Aries Spears). Anna Nicole Smith (Stephnie Weir) ranks the best commercial parodies of 'MADtv' while ambling through a store with an urn with the ashes of her dead husband, J. Howard Marshall. Laughing scaredycat Mickey (Michael McDonald) is an eyewitness to a crime, and brags about it on the news, thus frustrating the reporter (Christina Moore). Psychic Vera Mangus (Stephnie Weir) makes a return. Former Saturday Night Live cast members Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, and Harry Shearer perform as their A Mighty Wind counterparts The Folksmen. Happy Folger (Michael McDonald) disgusts a poetry group with his poem about aging. The Parkers' Countess Vaughn has to put up with lazy clerk Cloret (Debra Wilson) at the airport.
#822 April 26, 2003 Jordan Black, Mandy Moore, Godsmack (musical guest) A man (Ron Pederson) hopes to use a pill to have an erection, but his wife (Mo Collins) might not be the one who he craves. One of Oprah Winfrey's cameras make the hostess (Debra Wilson) and one of her guests (Paul Vogt) look thin. Cast members dream of a wedding where the parents (Ron Pederson, Stephnie Weir) performed some dirty dancing. Rusty Miller (Michael McDonald) interviews Mandy Moore on today's This 'N That with Rusty. Jordan Black, host of Star Dates, has two unlikely hopefuls (Josh Meyers, Mo Collins) respectively date former celebrities Charlotte Rae (Paul Vogt) and Nick Nolte (Ike Barinholtz). An episode of The Honeymooners has Ralph's (Paul Vogt) neighbor Norton (Ron Pederson) mistakening a gay man (Josh Meyers) for a terrorist.
#823 May 3, 2003 Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott (musical guest) A commercial for a correspondence school features bizarre job training. A father (Michael McDonald) and daughter (Stephnie Weir) fight while preparing for a garage sale. Stuart Larkin (Michael McDonald) has a few reservations about visiting his estranged father. On today's Inside the Actors Studio, James Lipton (Paul Vogt) interviews Matthew McConaughey (Josh Meyers), and drama queen Dorothy Lenier (Stephnie Weir) appears with him. A wall-hanging pest (Michael McDonald) annoys his brother (Josh Meyers) and his date (Stephnie Weir).
#824 May 10, 2003 Tom Arnold A mime (Ron Pederson) performs sexually suggestive acts for a couple (Aries Spears and Debra Wilson). Mofaz (Michael McDonald) compares his mother-in-law troubles with another traveler (Frank Caliendo). The Seven Buddy Cops head out West to fight crime, flirt with Sharon Stone (Christina Moore), and stop Indian chief Woody Allen (Ron Pederson). A religious program extols the virtues of atheism. Patrick (Michael McDonald) intervenes with a man (Ike Barinholtz) trying to get a phone number. Best Damn Sports Show Period host Tom Arnold interviews Oscar De La Hoya (Aries Spears) on Spears on Sports. Michael McDonald and Debra Wilson offer to give a needy family gifts, but the family is less than grateful when they confuse the MADtv castmembers with those from Saturday Night Live. A rookie cop (Ron Pederson) with bad aim shoots his veteran partner (Michael McDonald).
#825 May 17, 2003 Steve-O, Nicole Sullivan, Wee Man Johnny Woo (Bobby Lee) holds his own paralegal for African-Americans. Spishak Cars for Kids can be attached to real cars. Oprah Winfrey invites the cast of Jackass to her house. Nicole Sullivan plays Marvin Tikvah's (Michael McDonald) equally randy daughter Mindy. Lorraine (Mo Collins) gets her teeth checked by a dentist (Michael McDonald). A dysfunctional married couple (Ike Barinholtz, Mo Collins) do nothing but fight, but their daughter (Stephnie Weir) is too oblivious to notice or care. Ted Koppel (Frank Caliendo) goes from newscaster to Herbal Essence shampoo spokesperson.

DVD releases

Season eight of MADtv has not been released on DVD. However, several sketches culled from this season appear on The Best of MADtv Seasons 8, 9 & 10, released on October 25, 2005.

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