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MadTV Does It Again With The iRack

If you just so happened to miss this nutso skit from MadTV, here's your chance to see Steve Jobs at it again. Steve proceeds to go through all of his products including the iPod, iPhone etc, and then he starts talking about the latest i gear including the i Picture Frame, iLamp, iMicrowave and the iVacuum cleaner. He then reveals the much anticipated new product - "ladies and gentlemen, I give to you the iRack." Basically it spoofs the whole Iraq situation. Check it out and you'll see what I mean!

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brown-sugar brown-sugar 8 years
After not watching Mad TV for weeks, I happened to catch this skit last Saturday and it reminded me of how awesomely funny this show can be. Michael McDonald never disappoints :-).
pink_orchid pink_orchid 8 years
gossipqueen gossipqueen 8 years
BRILLIANT...if only it was that simple!
Moni-B Moni-B 8 years
Geek does say "Basically it spoofs the whole Iraq situation."~M~
Moni-B Moni-B 8 years
Geek does say "Basically it spoofs the whole Iraq situation." ~M~
PixelatedKD PixelatedKD 8 years
Is it just me, or did GeekSugar (who I usually love love love) miss the bigger spoof here? The very “ unstable Iraq” . . . filling it with stuff (troops) that the “iRack doesn’t want in there!” Trying to fix it by throwing money at it...Where even the “stockholders” (i.e. citizens) will not support the leader (Hell, lets just call him “the Decider”). And then...there was the lack of an “exit strategy” and a new diversion to “iRan” . . . . . (Or maybe lovely GeekSugar just has to be more PC than we can). ;)
modernage modernage 8 years
hahahahaha. Thank you for posting this.
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