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Monday, July 22, 2013
Here's what America was laughing at in the newest issue of Crazy from September 1979
I had Mike Weiss's memoirs of writing for them a couple weeks ago.
He also mentioned in an e-mail having written their parody of Fantasy Island which was twice as long and when published was completely different, learning the hard way that a writer's credit is often just a courtesy.
The teacher against the wall motif was the cover of an issue of Sick that I'll post one of these days.
Parody of the American Express commercial very similar to the one they did a few years earlier.
I doubt even back then grade-school kids had any idea what Confidential Magazine was.
Orville Fenderlob was a caricature of a different celebrity every time they used him, and here there was an interview to justify their Love At First Bite cover.
The inside back cover was a sampler than said “Humor thy Father and Mother”, also recycled from an issue of Sick
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