|Cracked No. 202|
|Publication date||March, 1984|
|Publisher|| Robert C. Sproul|
|Additional||Joe Catalano (contributing editor)|
| Preceded by|
Cracked No. 201
| Followed by|
Cracked No. 203
What's Up Front Our Cover: The Burger King - MacDonald's war games prompted us to ask you to make a comparison. Read on - isn't CRACKED much funnier! And, we ain't mad . . . at anyone! Art by John Severin.
- Inside cover: "IMPORTANT! DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME reading this poster because it doesn't say anything."
- "Lettuce from Our Readers"
- "The Day Mr. Smyth Saved Knut Rider"
- "Cracked Hold-Ups!"
- "When the World Runs Out of Space"
- "Products that Just Missed!"
- "The Cracked World of Owning Your Own Phone"
- "One Afternoon at a Company Picnic"
- "You Know You're Boring When..."
- "Word Play"
- "Another Side of Life"
- "Absolutely, Unquestionably, Positively, Undeniably, The Very, Very Last of The Cracked Lens (and we really, really mean it this time, for sure!) Part XXIII"
- "Family Ties"
- "Don't You Feel Stupid"
- "Hudd & Dini"
- "Cracked Interviews the Stunt King"
- Back cover: "One Evening at Home"
- Several articles in this issue are parodies of Mad Magazine features.