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'I got there and they had a little area for my wardrobe, and I felt okay when I walked in and saw all the beautiful shoes,' Crista said to Playboy when asked if she had been nervous at the prospect of taking her clothes off. '[But] I thought it was exciting that something still scared me.
I was really nervous about it, and then I thought the only thing that would be embarrassing would be if I hated my body.' Along with the eight page spread is an essay titled 'It’s a Mad World,' which was written in the Sixties by provocative advertising man George Lois.
Also in attendance were the higher-ups of Putnam, Powell, and Lowe, the British agency that had purchased Sterling Cooper the season before, including a promising young executive named Guy Mac Kendrick, who was supposed to take over as the new chief operating officer.
Since the episode aired — since the instant it happened on screen, to be more accurate — this moment has been one of the most memorable in the show’s entire run.
She has also appeared on Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Practice, ER, and a recurring role on You've Got a Friend.
She received a Bachelor of Science in Theatre from the University of Evansville. Flanagan officially joined the cast of MADtv in 2005 as a feature performer, for the tenth season, then became a repertory cast member at the beginning of the following season.
22 episodes were scheduled to air this season, though only 17 actually aired, and averaged 2.6 million viewers.
Between January 17, 2009 and February 21, 2009, Mad TV was moved from its pm time slot to midnight on FOX affiliates and aired 30-minute reruns of their episodes that have previously aired from September to December 2008.
With the first of the final seven episodes of the series premiering this weekend, we decided to look back and talk to some of the main players in the scene to get the full story.
We spoke to the mower, Crista Flanagan (Lois Sadler); the mow-ee, Jamie Thomas King (Guy Mac Kendrick); and two of the actors who got sprayed with blood, Michael Gladis (Paul Kinsey) and Rich Sommer (Harry Crane); as well as showrunner and creator, Matthew Weiner.