MAD Magazine #506

MAD Magazine #506 • USA • 1st Edition - New York
1st Edition - New York
December 1st, 2010
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Table of Contents

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Artist: George Woodbridge

Contents Page

Page: 1

Letters & Tomatoes

Page: 2

The Fundalini Pages

  • How the GOP is Planning to Recapture the House and Senate

    Artist: Mort Drucker Writer: Jeff Kruse

    Page: 6

  • Phrases to Avoid on Your College Application Essay

    Writer: Joe Masterman

    Page: 6

  • LeLievre and Let LeLievre - Last Supper book deals

    Artist, Writer: Glen LeLievre

    Page: 6

  • What's on Mel Gibson's Nightstand?

    Writer: Jacob Lambert

    Page: 6

  • Lindsay Lohan's Recently Discovered Prison Tweets

    Page: 7

  • The Fast Five - Ways to Punish Arizona for Their Anti-Immigration Law

    Writer: Jeff Kruse Artist: Evan Dorkin Artist: Sarah Dyer

    Page: 7

  • The Lost iPhone Commercial

    Writer: Dave Croatto

    Page: 7

  • The Eggregious Eight - The Real Reasons Lebron James Signed With Miami

    Writer: Jeff Kruse Artist: Bob Staake

    Page: 8

  • Lil' Lindsay Lohan

    Artist, Writer: Eric Scott

    Page: 8

  • Clark Can't

    Artist, Writer: Todd Clark

    Page: 8

  • Other Possible Answers to the Ridiculous Question "Could switching to Geico really save you 15% or more on car insurance?"

    Artist: Rick Tulka

    Page: 8

Fold-In - What's the one thing dumber than reading Mad Magazine?

Artist, Writer: Al Jaffee

Page: 9

The Fundalini Pages

Advertisement for Mad Presents Spy vs. Spy Magazine

Page: 13


Department: High School Snoozicle

Artist: Tom Richmond Writer: Arnie Kogen

Page: 14

A Mad Look At The Oil Spill

Department: Serge-In General

Artist, Writer: Sergio Aragonés Colorist: Tom Luth

Page: 19

Rosetta Stone - Mel Gibson Domestic Abuse Edition

Department: A MAD Ad Parody

Photographer: Robert Kenney (Retna Ltd./Corbis

Page: 23

A Beginner's Guide to a More Prosperous Career in Panhandling

Department: Spare Change You Can Believe In

Artist, Writer: John Caldwell

Page: 24

Mad's Inspirational Animal Stories (sixth in a series) - Some Serious Monkey Business

Department: The Beast and the Brightest

Artist: Leonardo Rodriguez Writer: Brian McConnachie

Page: 26

Tea Party Logic

Department: A Crass Roots Movement

Artist: Paul Coker, Jr. Writer: Barry Liebmann

Page: 28

Signs You've Got a Bad Roommate

Department: Move-In Violation

Artist, Writer: Teresa Burns Parkhurst

Page: 30

The Mad World of... Fashion

Department: Case Clothes

Artist: Marc Hempel Writer: Stan Sinberg

Page: 32

Advertisement for Mad's Greatest Artists - Sergio Aragonés - Five Decades of His Finest Works

Page: 35

Deleted Passages from George W. Bush's New Book

Department: Omission Accomplished

Artist: Sam Viviano Writer: Charlie Kadau

Page: 36

Mad's Less-Than Magical Outtakes from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Department: Grint And Bear It

Page: 38

Spy vs. Spy

Department: Joke and Dagger

Artist, Writer: Peter Kuper

Page: 40

The 2010 Lack-of-Entertainment Book

Department: Bargain De-Basement

Writer: Scott Maiko

Page: 42

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Page: 44

The Strip Club

Mad's Handy Quick Primer to World of Warcraft

Department: Surely, You Quest

Writer: Desmond Devlin Artist: Hermann Mejia

Page: 49

The Mad Vault - 1978

Department: The Articles Formerly known as Reprints

Author: Sergio Aragonés Author: Paul Coker, Jr. Author: Jack Davis Author: Dick DeBartolo Author: Mort Drucker Author: Al Jaffee Author: Don Martin Author: Paul Peter Porges Author: Angelo Torres Author: Jack Rickard Author: Harry North Author: Bob Clarke Author: John Caldwell Author: Larry Siegel Author: Stan Hart Author: Arnie Kogen

Page: 53

Dead Lobster

Department: A MAD Ad Parody

Photographer: Irving Schild Writer: Andy Ross

Page: 56

Drawn Out Dramas (Various Places around the Magazine)

Artist, Writer: Sergio Aragonés

Back Cover Inside: Fold-In - What American enterprise is still widely regarded as too big to fail?

Artist, Writer: Al Jaffee