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Cast members are introduced alphabetically with their names appearing in caption over live-action clips of each performer. Neuman appear between the introduction of each cast member.When the last cast member is introduced, the music stops and the title sequence ends with the phrase "You are now watching Mad TV." Executives desperately search the streets of Los Angeles for cast members for a new sketch comedy show; Vudweiser Commercial: Tongue Lashing/Crushed Frog; The Vancome Lady (Nicole Sullivan) mistreats customers; Ice-T (Phil La Marr) and Ice Cube (Orlando Jones) rap: It ain't easy being me; Fox News at Midnight anchor (David Herman) presents a 911 call to the Vancome Lady; Spy vs.Mad TV's first season premiered in the 1995 television season, on October 14 at 11 p.m., thirty minutes before the time-slot of its chief rival, Saturday Night Live.The original Mad TV repertory cast members were Bryan Callen, David Herman, Orlando Jones, Phil La Marr, Artie Lange, Mary Scheer, Nicole Sullivan, and Debra Wilson, with Craig Anton as a featured player.
Cotton Swabs; Heart Pops; Martin Luther King (Phil La Marr) struggles to prepare his speech in a parody of Martin; Spy vs. Spy: Falling Rocks; Memory Wizard (Bryan Callen); The XXX Files; Your Cheatin' Head; Don Martin: Chemistry Set; Jim Carrey (Bryan Callen) School of Acting; The Vancome Lady (Nicole Sullivan) Hostage Negotiator; Sick of It; That's How They Get You; Quality Time; Foreign Psychiatrist.
The title sequence begins with several fingers pointing at a bomb.
The bomb explodes and several different pictures of Alfred E.
However, the show did have special guests including Kato Kaelin, Joe Walsh and Dean Stockwell, Peter Marshall, Michael Buffer, Adam West, Gary Coleman, Jamie Farr, Ken Norton, Jr, David Faustino, Claudia Schiffer, Kim Coles, Bruce Mc Culloch, Tony Orlando, and Harland Williams.
Musical groups like Poison, Pharcyde and The Rolling Stones (who were the show's first musical guests) also made appearances on the show.