Alfred's Game: In the biggest episode of MAD yet, the Earth's only hope is none other than Alfred E. Neuman, so we're doomed.
We Are X-Men: In the last segment, the X-Men sadly get over their failed relationships.
- MADvent Calendar - Been looking for a replacement for glutton all month? Here are some MAD moments you may have missed:
- Friday, 10:00 AM: Lady Gaga says a recent magazine cover makes her look too beautiful, so MAD steps in and helps her out.
- Sunday, 9:00 AM: History's most faithful comet returns to Earth, threatening to leave a crater in Cartoon Network's 8:30 PM timeslot.
- Friday, 6:00 PM: Mary Poppins makes it to 50 by taking a spoonful of this!
- Opening Scene
- Alfred's Game (Spoof on Alfred E. Neuman / Movie Parody of Ender's Game)
- Animated Marginals segment
- Fish Playing Charades (Animated by Mike Wartella)
- The White House Down Comforter (Movie Parody of White House Down) (Ad Parodies segment)
- Caveman Thought Glass Could Put Out Fire (Stop-motion Cartoon segment) (Animated by Tom Megalis)
- Is This a Show? (Cartoon)
- Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner Both Get Arrested (Spoof on Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner from Looney Tunes)
- What if They Had Cell Phones?: Movie Edition: The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Mulan and Enchanted
- GargaMelrose Place (Spoof on Gargamel from the Smurfs / TV Parody of Melrose Place) (Ad Parodies segment)
- Tooth Fairies of the Old West (Cartoon)
- MAD Misunderstandings - Twenty Six Episodes are Not Enough
- Spy vs. Spy - Big Top Secret Telescope (Spy vs. Spy segment) (Stop-motion Cartoon)
- Animated Marginals segment
- Ineffective Tactics for Faking That You're Sick (Cartoon)
- Red-Headed Tree (Live-action Cartoon segment)
- We Are X-Men (TV Parody of We Are Men / Team Parody of the X-Men)
- 5-second Cartoon - (from Fish Playing Charades) (5-second Cartoon segment)
- Main article: Alfred's Game / We Are X-Men/Gallery
- Main article: Alfred's Game / We Are X-Men (Transcript)
- This is the only time Ender's Game, We Are Men, and Melrose Place get parodied.
- This is the third time White House Down appeared.
- This is the fifth time Cartoon Network was mentioned, and the fifth and final appearance of the Sketch Stork. We will always remember you in our hearts!
- This is the 12th and final time the Smurfs appeared.
- This is the 14th and final time the X-Men appeared.
- This is the 20th episode of MAD to have only one Mike Wartella segment. Yep, count 'em, 20!
- This is the 64th and final time Spy vs. Spy was done in stop-motion, and this is the final Spy vs. Spy segment. We will never forget you two, Black Spy and White Spy.
- This is the final time the MADvent Calendar is used as a cold opening.
- This is the actual final episode of MAD, which means this is the actual MAD series finale, but not the first season finale (Force Code / Flammable). Here are some things you must know about MAD:
- MAD had premiered on Monday, September 6, 2010 with the very first episode of MAD (Avaturd / CSiCarly) and ended on Monday, December 2, 2013 with this episode, which means the entire series had ran for three-and-a-half years.
- MAD only had four seasons and 103 episodes instead of 104 episodes because of MAD's 100th Episode Special, which was the only half-hour episode of MAD, and 103 episodes of MAD is enough.
- After the final episode of MAD premiered on Monday, December 2, 2013, there are no more MAD parodies, and 207 MAD parodies is enough.
- Since MAD ran for four seasons and 103 episodes total, MAD is never, ever renewed for a fifth season... ever.
- With only four seasons and 103 episodes total, MAD ended on Monday, December 2, 2013.
- MAD had reruns on Cartoon Network from December 4, 2013 to April 4, 2014.
- After 2014, the fate of MAD became unknown. It might have been cancelled. We will never forget you, MAD.
- Without MAD on Cartoon Network, we should be able to enjoy our movies, television shows, and music videos just the way they were meant to be.
- On Friday, April 4, 2014, MAD is stopped for its reruns on Cartoon Network, and all those movies, television shows, board games, video games, music videos, and other forms of pop culture were now back to normal.
- Keith Ferguson - Colonel Hyrum Graff and Cyclops
- Arif S. Kinchen - President Sawyer and GargaMelrose Place Announcer
- Jim Meskimen - Mazer Rackham, Officer, and Nightcrawler
- Nolan North - John Cale and Wolverine
- Rachel Ramras - Smurfette, Green Tree, and Red Tree
- Kevin Shinick - The MADvent Calendar Announcer, Sketch Stork, Road Runner, and Carter
- Dana Snyder - Gargamel, Caveman, and Dad
- Debra Wilson - Major Gwen Anderson, Cavewoman, and Mom