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Chris Matthews has a giant head on Family Guy (and in real life)

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 1st 2009 5:02PM
This is an amusing clip from Sunday's episode of Family Guy. It's one of those pop culture flashbacks that the show does and has Chris Matthews and his giant head, talking over and interrupting his guest just like he does in real life. Special bonus: an appearance by someone from That 70s Show!

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Family Guy's Quagmire puts Brian in his place

by Bob Sassone, posted Nov 23rd 2009 3:36PM
Last night we had comedy done the wrong way (The Cleveland Show) and comedy done the right way on Family Guy. It also showed that Quagmire has some sense and a heart, as he unleashed a very effective rant on Brian (he doesn't like Brian and that view was only worsened earlier in the ep when Brian insulted Quagmire's sister). Here's the scene in its entirety.

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Quagmire's Just Not That Into Brian on 'Family Guy' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Nov 23rd 2009 11:44AM
On 'Family Guy,' Peter and the boys search for a new friend to replace Cleveland, but the most likely candidate has a past relationship with Lois, which makes Peter jealous and, later in the episode, causes him to resort to drunken arson. Also, Brian tries desperately to become friends with Quagmire, but one misstep after another only drives them further apart.

Over a steak dinner, Brian prompts Quagmire to reveal exactly why he dislikes him. Figuring chiefly among Quagmire's reasons are Brian's "textbook liberal agenda," his pursuit of Lois, and pooping in the yard. Bad dog!

Watch the video after the jump.

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What You Missed Last Night: Family Guy does Misery

by Bob Sassone, posted May 11th 2009 1:44PM
Actually, maybe this should be titled "What I Missed Last Night," as I didn't catch Family Guy (or The Simpsons or 60 Minutes or the Red Sox/Rays game). Stupid power outage. Anyway, here's a scene (episode also here) from last night's episode of Family Guy. I have no idea why Stewie is dressed as Kathy Bates and I don't know why Brian is James Caan, but the ending of this clip is really bizarre.

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What You Missed Last Night: Lauren Conrad is smarter than you

by Bob Sassone, posted May 4th 2009 12:40PM
Last week I gave a sneak peek of last night's episode of Family Guy, and here's two more funny clips from the show featuring guest Lauren Conrad (The Hills). The first one features Lauren at the Griffin's dinner table (and it's a little raunchy, so proceed with caution). The second one features Brian and Lauren discussing Monet/Manet, relationships, and war. Guess which one knows more about those things.

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Coming soon: Lauren Conrad has sex with an animated dog

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 22nd 2009 3:34PM
Well, that title pretty much explains it.

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What You Missed Last Night: Murder and drugs on Family Guy

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 20th 2009 9:22AM
If you missed last night's episode of Family Guy, Brian got arrested for having a bag of pot on him (he does drugs and he's an atheist!), and Peter stabbed a cat to death. Enjoy!

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Family Guy: Long John Peter (season finale) - VIDEO

by Brad Trechak, posted May 4th 2008 10:39PM
Long John Peter(S06E12) As a result of adopting (and by adopting, I mean bird-napping) a parrot from the veterinarian's office, Peter becomes a pirate. The sad part was that it wasn't even International Talk-Like-A-Pirate Day.

Actually, that's not really what the episode is about. It's more about Chris' pursuit of a vet intern named Anna. While Chris' pursues Anna, he gets advice from Peter and the gang (which, as the history of the show has proven, is never a good idea).

The pirate segment of the episode wasn't very good and seemed out of place. Fortunately, it was very short. Despite its use in the promos, it was kind of forgettable. I did enjoy the car chase bit involving "sugar cane, tobacco and spices". The car chase itself seemed like something of a cross between a pirate movie and a video-game.

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Family Guy: The Former Life of Brian - VIDEO

by Brad Trechak, posted Apr 28th 2008 1:11AM
Family Guy(S06E11) Brian learns that he had an illegitimate 13-year-old child from a previous relationship (voiced by Harvey Fierstein). The child is dropped off at the Griffin household and Brian now has to raise him.

It should be noted that this season has been shortened to 12 episodes, most likely due to the writer's strike. The season finale will be shown next week. The remaining unfinished episodes will be part of next season's broadcast.

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Family Guy: Movin' Out (Brian's Song)

by Brad Trechak, posted Sep 30th 2007 10:40PM

Family Guy logo(S06E02) This is the 100th episode of Family Guy (if the three edited-for-TV episodes of Stewie Griffin: the Untold Story are counted). Not bad for a show that was canceled for a few years.

The plot involves Brian moving in with his vapid sometimes-girlfriend Jillian (voiced by Drew Barrymore). Stewie then joins them to help with the rent. Meanwhile, Meg gets a job at a convenience store and helps Chris get a job there which leads to bad repercussions.

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Catch Brian and Stewie's online talk show tonight

by Adam Finley, posted Feb 25th 2007 12:01PM

family guyA little over one year ago I mentioned that Brian and Stewie of Family Guy would be starring in their own online talk show. Tonight, before you settle in with a bag of Skittles and jar of moonshine (or whatever snacks you happen to enjoy) to watch the Oscars, head over to FOX.com to see Up Late with Stewie and Brian, a ten-minute, online-only talk show featuring an interview with Rob Corddry about his new show, The Winner (also created by Family Guy's Seth McFarlane and Ricky Blitt). The show will be available starting at 5 p.m. PST.

If you haven't had a chance to check out The Winner, you can watch some of the episodes online before they air on TV in March. I caught one episode, and while it wasn't perfect, I think the series might have potential. I like the premise of a developmentally arrested thirty-two year old with a teenage best friend, and Corddry is a goofy and likable leading man. I'm willing to give it a chance to grow on me.

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Family Guy: Untitled Griffin Family History

by Bob Sassone, posted May 14th 2006 10:02PM
Meg - Family Guy(S05E17) What can you say about an episode of a cartoon that shows that the universe was invented by God farting?

This episode had a big Simpsons vibe to it, where one character tells a historical story and the characters from the show serve as the historical characters as well. This one had Peter telling the rest of the family the story of the Griffin family as they all hide out in a panic room while robbers break into the house. It all starts with the dinosaurs, and the show helpfully gives both the theory of evolution and the intelligent design theory (Jeannie blinked everything into existence).

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Family Guy: Petergeist

by Bob Sassone, posted May 7th 2006 9:49PM
Joe - Family Guy(S05E16) So I'm sitting in my new apartment, all alone, it's quiet as hell, and I'm watching the opening of The Family Guy and they show a scene from JAG. And I laughed, very loudly, all alone in my apartment. I felt kinda silly, but when Mac asks Harm if anyone even watches the show anymore and he says, "not really, they don't really pay attention" then looks at the camera and says "Remember the forties?" I just lost it.

Sure, JAG isn't even on anymore, but it was still funny.

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Family Guy: You May Now Kiss The...Uh...Guy Who Receives

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 30th 2006 9:39PM
Jasper(S05E15) Hahahahahahahahahaha. Hahaha
hahahahahahahahahahahahahah
hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
hahahahahahahahahaha.

Sorry, I just laughed throughout this entire episode. I guess there's just something really funny about gay dogs getting married and a giant gold statue of Dig 'Em, the Sugar Smacks mascot.

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Family Guy: Peterotica

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 23rd 2006 10:08PM
Family Guy(S05E14) For some reason, Peter starts writing his own porn stories after finding the writing in a porn book to be lacking. This leads to a truly bizarre scene involving some sort of rat (dog?) couple who can't afford to pay their landlord, and the landlord (Peter) says he'll let it go if he can have sex with the rat (dog?) wife.

To be honest, I'm not even sure what the hell was going on there, it was so disturbing.

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