Mad #320 (Nick Meglin and John Ficarra) - Fold-In Cover Issue - July 1993

Al Jaffee introduced the fold-in feature in Mad #86.  In black-and-white, Elizabeth Taylor (1932-2011) dumps Richard Burton (1925-1984) for a handsome young stranger.  The fold-in was Mad's clever answer to the popular Playboy centerfold.  After 29 years, the fold-in has only been missing from only five issues (#121, #190, #212, #219 and #261).  On the cover, Jaffee placed most of the running jokes with multi-color painter Alfred E. Neuman including the current UGOI, Flip, Arthur, Poiuyt, false teeth, Potrzebie, garbage can, Max Korn, Moxie, Prohias' Spy vs. Spy with black bombs, Edwing's duck, Berg's Kaputnik, zeppelin by Aragones, and of course - images of Jesse Helms on a roll of toilet paper.

The best drawings of the issue are by Angelo Torres for the double parody of animated movies Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast.  The issue also had fun with Bill Clinton and gang with "Things-To-Do Lists of the New Clinton Administration" and "A Mad Look at the Real Clinton Coalition."  Artist Rick Tulka became the first but not last to depict Al Gore as Frankenstein's monster. [JAM 4/12/2012]

Rotten to the Corps - A Few Goofy Men
Tales From the Duck Side - The Odoriferous Olfactory Ordeal; The Perturbed Puppeteer's Pronouncement; The Hapless Hangman's Humiliation
It's a Chore Thing - Things To Do Lists of the New Clinton Administration
Buy Now, Play Later - The Home Shopping Club Videocassette Collector's Collection
Brainman - Late Nite with Igor
Berg's-Eye View - The Lighter Side
A Faction-Packed Adventure - A Mad Look at the Real "Clinton Coalition"
Fear's Looking at You, Kid - A Kid's Guide to Things That Go Bump in the Night
Batsmen And Ribbin' - Mad's Baseball Rotisserie League Draft Form
Fault Disney - A-Lad-Dim and Beauty and the Beef
Field of Schemes - Enjoy and Profit from World Cup Soccer
Serge-In General - A Mad Look at Bikers
Joke And Dagger - Spy vs. Spy
Aspiring Squad - Audition Tapes of Talk Show Hosts Who Never Made It
Seeking Hire Office - Job Opportunities for Presidential Runner-Ups

Fold-In - Buy This Issue, Schmuck! (front cover)