Summary of Toy Company

Fisher-Price was a company that was founded in 1930. It was a division of Mattel since 1992.


It was the creator of Mad toys through 2011 to present to replace UNO after UNO Roboto is released. UNO will discontinue 2012, but Fisher-Price had made a lot of play sets, plush, & preschool toys, although UNO is still in stores in 2012.

You might find these differences:

  • Like the SpongeBob SquarePants, All Grown Up!, Mad Men, Kung Fu Panda 2, and both Madagascar toylines, this doesn't have the Fisher-Price logo on the box, because Mad is an older kids (TV-PG) show, they didn't have the logo on the boxes, because the show includes vomiting, violent incidents, & many more that don't fit Fisher-Price. However, the logo is on the instructions.
  • You might remember a scene in Mouse M.D. where Cookie accidentally pukes at Mickey's picture of Spencer Pratt. When the Mouse M.D. set was released, Cookie will vomit by purpose if you hold the picture carefully.
  • You can also remember the Grey's in Amine segment where a patient is cured by a lot of characters; you may pinch a needle on the person & bring other figures (included) to cure him.
  • The set based on the scene in Cliffordfield where Clifford roars into a poster is a Toys "R" Us only toy.
  • The only segment that is based on a tall set is Pooh Grit.
  • The Reading Womb would be released November 5, 2011.
  • MAD Immunity Idol would be released November, 2011.

Appearances in MAD

Season 1

Season 2

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