Family Guy

Family Guy
Family Guy

The Simpsons will forever be the yardstick against which every family oriented animated show will be measured. Futurama was an excellently animated show, rich with creativity. South Park indulges in its trademarked vulgarity and judgment. King of the Hill, while not appreciated by all, illustrates the funny side of everyday life with a traditional simple man. Now, from the talented mind of Seth MacFarlane, arrives “Family Guy”!

No matter what your age or personality, “Family Guy” will appeal to you. The show is full of wacky flashbacks and pop culture references that, if you understand them, will make your sides hurt with laughter, and if you do not understand them, can still entertain you based on their absurdity. Furthermore, the political satire and somewhat sacrilegious aspect of the show should not be overlooked.

The characters on the show are individuals you would come across in everyday life whom you may not realize are ripe with hilarity. Whether it is your intoxicated idiot friend [Peter], smooth talking ladies man [Quagmire], the attractive house wife [Lois], the dog that you are sure you have conversed with about theatre while sipping a dry martini [Brian], or even that baby you know with a British accent whose primary goal is to take over the world [Stewie]. Clearly, the characters that are unique to this show are the dog and especially the baby. Stewie will, without a doubt, make you laugh out loud, be it because of his plans of world domination or those of killing his mother. It is interesting to note that Seth has said, to him, when creating this show, Stewie was just an afterthought. It is funny that that slight afterthought is the most irreplaceable aspect of “Family Guy”.

After years of cultivation, beginning with his 1995 short “The Life of Larry,” and sequel 1996 short “Larry and Steve,” Seth MacFarlane gave rise to “Family Guy” in all it is glory. While the final features of “Family Guy” are somewhat altered from his two original shorts [which I recommend every true “Family Guy” fan make an effort to find and watch], the basic premise remains the same; an idiot drunk of Irish descent living in Quahog, Rhode Island with this beautiful wife, three kids, and talking dog.

At this point in time I would like to clear up a huge misunderstanding. Contrary to widespread opinion, when investing your time in “Family Guy”, you are certainly not receiving a Simpsons rip-off. This show is much more edgy and fast paced, without crossing over into the radical crudeness of South Park.

Fox did impair the ratings of “Family Guy” by switching its timeslots constantly when it was on air, which eventually led to it is cancellation. However, the opinions of Fox do not reflect those of the loyal fans of this show. Most fans were confused and devastated, spouting Stewie’s catchphrase, “What the deuce?!” Recently we have received word, as of November 2003, that the return of “Family Guy” by March 2005 is confirmed, due to spectacular sales of the “Family Guy” DVDs. All of us devoted and obsessed fans anticipate a “Family Guy” era with sheer giddiness and enthusiasm. focus on DVD business for years, We provide large range of DVD Boxsets, TV series and movies,Blu-rays in competitive price and high quality.our price is lower than the market, so you can even sell the DVD in your own country. We have hundreds more of items that haven’t been added to the catalog but we are working very hard at it. If you have a title that you don’t see here please tell us immediately. We sure have it.

What episode of Family Guy is this scene from?

There is a scene in Family Guy where Meg bakes Brian a pie, but puts some of her hair in it. After she leaves, Stewie wants pie and asks Brian for some Cool Whip, but then they get into a pronouncement argument. What episode is that from?

I LOVE THAT EPISODE!!! ok, the name for that is called Barely Legal, and i believe it is in season 5, and it is episode 8. Hold on, im checking… yup! its episode #8 in season 5! here is a link from wikipedia if you want it!
hope that helps!

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