The list of all-time worsts:

100. Fandom introduces "Discussions"
This "new and trendy" innovation is promised to replace stodgy old "horse and buggy" Forums, such as Uncyclopedia's venerable Village Dump. Despite massive feedback not to discontinue the old Forums, Fandom insists that Discussions will "evolve" into something new and shiny that everyone will want, and that absolutely nothing from the old Forums will be lost, such as the Wikicode in hundreds of old Forums, no matter that it won't work any more.
99. Swiss educational establishment look to add fake article to Uncyclopedia.
We're checking them out to see if they're fake.
98. A number of former prominent Uncyclopedians have gone missing. If you find them, there is a $5 dollar reward or €4 Euros. £1.00 if in the UK.
Sheep will do if you have no money.
97 Spike goes M.I.A. in July. Blames Evil HQ for no longer supporting Firefox (Steam Engine Edition)
Search parties confirm he is working for Donald Trump.
96 Spike resigns from the White House
Uncyclopedia goes 'Spikeless' for longer
95 Romartus sounds out the Choir Invisible to help out patrolling Uncyclopedia.
A decision is made with witchcraft.
94 irritable of contents gets a leg up to become an administrator. Simsilikesims is now a bureaucrat.
Irritable and Simsilikesims privately express complete and total shock.
93 RabbiTechno returns to his talk page to inform us he has lost his password.
No further word!
92 Nigel Scribbler joins Uncyclopedia with plenty of ideas and a go-ahead approach as a contributor.
Romartus at first thinks he could be a fan of Nigel Farage (hiss! boo!!) but subsequent edits
91 David Bowie comes back to Earth and joins the Administration Board of Uncyclopedia as StarmanW.
What the 'W' stands for has yet to be divulged by the site's new resident alien.