- 1 The Shorts
- 2 The Show
- 3 Behind-the-scenes
- 4 Video Release
Managing Time (1968)
An executive learns how use his own time in the most effective manner.
Where Does Food Go? (1972)
An animated short about eating and digestion.
- Part of a series of 66 shorts produced with a grant from the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
Don't Get Angry (1953)
Children learn to control their tempers.
Your Thrift Habits (1958)
A teenager learns to spend his money more wisely.
Sonny Bono narrates several dramatizations in which teenagers learn about the dangers of recreational marijuana use.
- Several references were made to the Fox News late-night comedy/interview show Gutfeld! (hosted by Greg Gutfeld), which had premiered the week before and was widely derided in comedy circles for being poorly-written, uninspired, and repetitive. Gutfeld's name was sometimes mis-pronounced as "Gutfield".
Quotes & References
- "You're not allowed to wear that Mike Nesmith hat."
Mike Nesmith is a musician, songwriter, and actor who was a member of the band The Monkees. On the Monkees' TV show, he typically wore a wool hat (regardless of the climate or setting).
- As with the previous program of shorts, none of these shorts had been used in any of The Mads' previous live shows.
- The event took place on April 13, 2021.
- The Mads were joined by Kevin Murphy before and after the program.
- During the Q&A, Trace, Frank, and Kevin all indicated that they did not plan or expect to be involved in the new series of Mystery Science Theater 3000, though they wished the project success.
- The event was produced by Chris Gersbeck.
- A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Friends in Need food bank.
- At the conclusion of the livestream, it was announced that the next event would take place on May 11, 2021 and feature a riff of the film T-Bird Gang.