Appearances of Marlee Matlin in MAD
MAD Magazine #402 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Through the voices of Marlee Matlin (as The West Wing pollster Joey Lucas) and Bill O'Brien (as her interpreter, Kenny Thurman), writer Arnie Kogen airs his thoughts on MAD's PG-13-forever editorial policy in "The Worst Wing," illustrated by Mort Drucker for MAD #402 (February '01).
MAD Magazine #411 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Drew Friedman caricatured The West Wing co-stars Martin Sheen and Marlee Matlin in the opening gag for "In The Bartlet West Wing/In The Bush West Wing," written by Mike Mikula for MAD #411 (November '01). (The second half of this sequence, by the way: "In the Bush West Wing, the president's pollster is dumb.")
MAD Magazine #483 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
Marlee Matlin joined "Verizon guy" Paul Macarelli (now shilling for Sprint) in this gag from the opening page of "When Other Advertising Characters Get TV Shows," written by Scott Maiko and illustrated by Tom Richmond for MAD #483 (November '07).