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by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 23rd 2006 9:44AM
Stewie - The Family GuyI watched this earlier today and I can't stop thinking about it. I don't know, I just find it funny. It's not every day that you get references to the Olympics, eye boogers, and Mac computers all in one 30 second clip of a TV show.

You can also check out preview clips from this week's 24 and Big Love, but they're not as funny.

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Family Guy: Deep Throats

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 9th 2006 9:47PM
Family Guy(S05E13) There aren't many shows - ever - that would make a Scarecrow and Mrs. King joke. One more reason to love this show.

Brian gets a job as a cabbie ("It's about time I got a job. For God's sake, I'm seven!").  Peter and Lois find out about the community talent show coming up (long story how they find out - it involves Peter and Brian shooting at Lois' car from the taxi and the car crashing), and decide to bring back their folk band (A Handful Of Peter).

Brian gets a $400 parking ticket for parking in a handicapped spot. Meanwhile, Mayor Adam West goes for a pizza and finds the Domino's Noid in his office. He kills him ("Maybe the Domino's Noid should have avoided me").

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Family Guy: Sibling Rivalry

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 26th 2006 9:44PM
Family GuyWell, if there's one reason I'm glad I watched tonight's ep is because I learned exactly how a vasectomy is done. Thanks to the barbershop quartet singing about the procedure and the handy diagram of the scrotum, I now know exactly what it entails.

Peter is going to have a vasectomy, so he decides to freeze is sperm before he does it. This leads to an hysterical yet truly gross scene where Peter knocks over an entire shelf of sperm samples, and has to refill them, um, himself. Flash forward nine months, and a woman gives birth to another Stewie, named Bertram.

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Family Guy: I Take Thee, Quagmire

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 12th 2006 9:44PM
Family GuyFinally: an entire Family Guy episode revolving around Lois' breasts! Well, OK, maybe not an entire episode - I do remember something about Quagmire proposing to someone on a beach - but this episode had one of the more hysterical/disturbing images of this TV season: Lois flashing her breasts to Brian after giving Stewie his lunch. I don't know, I just find a naked talking dog being mesmerized by breasts pretty damn funny.

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Family Guy: Patriot Games

by Ryan j Budke, posted Jan 30th 2006 5:14PM
I was just telling some of my friends that I can't wait until next football season because, hopefully, just hopefully, we won't be inundated with stupid commercials, with stupid Tom Brady from the stupid New England Patriots. Then, out of the blue, Family Guy has to go and sneak attack me with more of it. Now granted, I guess The Patriots would be Peter and the rest of the Family Guy's "hometown" team, but good grief, is there anyone who isn't sick of him yet? I mean, I never thought I'd actually agree with Jay Leno on anything, but his relentless attacks on Tom Brady may have actually had some validity. Other than the special guest star, this episode was absolutely stellar. On with the show!

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Family Guy's Stewie and Brian to host online talk show

by Adam Finley, posted Jan 25th 2006 1:02PM
Stewie and Brian Family GuyTwo Family Guy characters, Stewie, the evil pansexual baby genius and Brian, the erudite family dog will be hosting their own "online only" talk show called Up Late with Stewie and Brian. The show will be launched on FamilyGuy.com later this year. Right now that's all that is known about the show. As a devoted but cautious Family Guy fan, I think this show could be pretty cool. Of all the characters on Family Guy, Stewie and Brian have always had the best dynamic.They each have different personalities, but also a kind of odd mutual respect in that they're the two members of the family who shouldn't speak but do. Props go to Ryan for hepping me to this news.

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Family Guy: Brian Sings and Swings

by Ryan j Budke, posted Jan 9th 2006 2:42PM
I've been catching up on episodes of The Sopranos in preparation for the new season, and I just got done with the second season. I also received a great Rat Pack CD set for Christmas, which has been getting heavy play here at Casa De Budke. So, between those two things and last night's episode of Family Guy, I've gotten an unexpectedly large dose of Frank Sinatra Jr. over the past couple of weeks. Not a bad thing per se, just an odd thing. If I were to create a "New Rat Pack" from animated characters on TV now, I'm almost certain that Brian and Stewie would be on it as well, (and probably Timmy from South Park, and Bender from Futurama just for good measure). On with the show!

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