Mad #324 (Nick Meglin and John Ficarra) - Amy Vozeolas Issue - January 1994

Ms. Vozeolas first appeared on the masthead as an editorial assistant on Mad #323.  She was therefore fair game for a Dave Berg joke ("The Lighter Side of the Office").  In Berg's joke, she is informed by co-editors Meglin and Ficarra that she could continue to work at Mad without pay.  This was a typical Dave Berg joke - not very funny but the readers enjoy an inside look at the staff in the Mad office. 

Weird Al Yankovic made his only appearance in Mad with a letter complaining about the cover of Mad #323, and with a two-page spread on his Jurassic Park song parody and terrific Claymation video.  Yankovic's song is a double-parody of the movie and Jimmy Webb's MacArthur Park.  The song appeared on the Alapalooza album.  [JAM 5/3/2012]

Jesse Helms is the unhappy patient for the "Medical Money Monitor" in "Medical Trappings & Vestments, Inc. Doctors' Supply Catalogue."

A-Tom-Meg Bomb - Senseless in Seattle
Vidiot's Delight - Jurassic Park
'Tis Better To Give Than To Perceive - Welcome to the Jungle
Malpractice Assurance - Doctors' Supply Catalogue
The Obsessed Is Yet To Come - A Sports Fan/A Sports Fanatic
Catch a Sliding Star - Your Showbiz Career Is Definitely in the Dumper When
Tales From the Duck Side - The Courageous Coil's Crusade; The Funky Futuristic Fallout; The Plucky Prisoner's Pandemonium
Along the Snide Lines - The Mad Nasty File
Joke And Dagger - Spy vs. Spy
Shot Off the Presses - If the NRA Published Magazines for All Types of Gun Users
Infant Recall - Instant Nostalgia (For the "Not-Yet-Old-Enough-For-Regular Nostalgia)
Serge-In General - A Mad Look at Cars
Berg's-Eye View - The Lighter Side
Here Comes the Bribe - Mad's 1993 Washington Lobbyist All-Stars
The Agony of the Fetus - Mad's All-Inclusive, Do-It-Yourself Abortion Newspaper Story
Secret Nervous Agent - In Line To Be Fired
E. Tease - A Space Alien's Date Book

Fold-In - Corpse