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Wendy Williams Compares Charlie Sheen to Quagmire from 'Family Guy' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Jan 31st 2011 6:00PM
Wendy Williams on Charlie SheenNews that Charlie Sheen entered rehab this weekend was hardly shocking following weeks of speculation about his troubled personal life. Because Sheen is the star of the hit show 'Two and A Half Men,' today Wendy Williams (Weekdays, Syndicated) joined in the chorus of people speculating about the fate of the CBS sitcom.

Williams briefly made a serious point about Sheen: that his behavior affected a lot of other people who work on his show. They "must not feel so good knowing he's been spending $500,000 on drugs and porn stars and stuff and now they have to wait, perhaps their families can't be fed," she said.

Then Williams abruptly shifted gears and pointed out that Sheen has always reminded her of Quagmire from 'The Family Guy,' showing a side-by-side comparison of the two scallywags. Maybe she's not taking this whole thing so seriously after all.

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Marriage on 'The Cleveland Show' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted May 24th 2010 3:35AM
Marriage on 'The Cleveland Show'Well, 'The Cleveland Show' (Sun., 8:30PM ET on Fox) has made it to the end of its first season. Congrats, 'The Cleveland Show'! And as always, there's no better way to celebrate the season-ending episode of a sitcom than with a wedding. So that's exactly what we get.

[Spoiler alert.]

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A Sex Change on 'Family Guy' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted May 10th 2010 12:40AM
A Sex Change on 'Family Guy'Sex-crazed bachelor Glenn Quagmire receives an unexpected surprise on 'Family Guy' (Sun., 9PM ET on Fox). At first, Quagmire wants to know if his father is gay. His dad is a tough member of the Navy, and his son's hero. Quagmire's father reveals that he's not gay -- he's just "a woman trapped in a man's body." This naturally leads to some confusion.

[Spoiler alert.]

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Seven Possible Recasts for Charlie Sheen on 'Two and a Half Men'

by Jason Hughes, posted Apr 7th 2010 9:03AM
Charlie Sheen, 'Two and a Half Men'While nobody wants to see him go, of course, in practical terms we must consider the possibility of a 'Two and a Half Men' without Charlie Harper. While the show has been renewed through the next two seasons, Charlie Sheen has expressed interest in leaving; his contract is up this season. Even if it's just a negotiating ploy, CBS is probably considering how the show could continue without him.

Tiger Woods was immediately interested in doing the show after he'd heard how many different women Charlie has slept with, but he backed out when he found out it was all acting on the show. Luckily, the PGA welcomed him back with open arms mere moments before the entire sport collapsed.

Conan O'Brien was briefly considered, but NBC said no before they even heard what it was. When advised that he probably wouldn't be needed until next September, when the network's hold over O'Brien expires anyway, they relented. "At least," no one from NBC actually said, "...it would keep him the hell away from 11:30."

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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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New promo explains more about The Cleveland Show

by Bob Sassone, posted May 15th 2009 5:25PM
I think Stewie expresses the shock that a lot of people have when they find out that this character from Family Guy is the one that's getting a spinoff (you'd think Stewie or Brian would get one first, but I guess that would take them away from the Griffins and that obviously can't happen). If the writing is good, this could actually be quite good (and controversial).

Stoolbend?

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Nine least-wanted TV neighbors - VIDEOS

by Danny Gallagher, posted Dec 29th 2008 11:03AM
Steve UrkelThe TV neighbor has served many useful roles over the years; some that many thought had been lost by the unrelenting sands of time.

They've become the great modern philosopher like Wilson, the evolving thinker like Bill Dauterive, the bearer of bad news like Newman, and even the court jester -- as long as you don't count one of these guys.

Not only would we not want some of them living next door to us, we wouldn't want them living. Period. These are the annoying next-door neighbors who should have been run out by the Neighborhood Homeowners' Association with torches and pitchforks.

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Dr. Phil is not a sexy man

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 27th 2008 6:00PM

Dr. PhilEvery year, The Boston Phoenix publishes a list of the 100 Unsexiest Men of the Year, where they judge 100 males involved in everything from sports to politics to the internet. They always include several TV faces (and other body parts), and this year they've included a cartoon character.

No, not Dr. Phil, though he is a bit of a cartoon. The "doctor" is on the list, but the cartoon character I'm talking about is Quagmire, from Family Guy. The Phoenix sends a note to creator Seth MacFarlane that "nothing screams hilarity like jokes about date rape!" Giggity.

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Family Guy: Airport '07

by Brett Love, posted Mar 5th 2007 7:55AM
Quagmire - Family Guy(S05E12) Looking back on this one, as an admitted Stewie fan, I'm surprised that I liked it as much as I did. For the most part, my favorite Family Guy episodes are those where Stewie gets his own feature plot. He was relegated to Meg or Chris background status here, but the episode was still one of the best of the season.

Chalk a lot of that up to giving Quagmire a chance to shine. He's a great character, so it's nice to get to see him used a little more on occasion. If the experiment with Stewie and Brian's talk show, Up Late, goes well, I wouldn't mind seeing Quagmire get his own show. Maybe something along the lines of Midnight Q from "PTV." He did have the line of the night with his "...contents of your panties may have shifted..." bit after missing the flight.

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One person's top 10 Family Guy moments - VIDEO

by Joel Keller, posted Oct 24th 2006 3:32PM
Family Guy SpidermanIf you've got eight spare minutes and don't mind seeing cartoon nudity and hearing animated flatulence at work, then take a look at this video: someone has compiled what he or she thinks is Family Guy's ten funniest moments and clipped them together. It's kind of odd how some of the selections are maybe 15 seconds long, while others -- especially a clip featuring Quagmire -- seem to go on forever. But I think that's the nature of Family Guy: just when you think a gag should end, Seth MacFarlane purposely extends it to the point where it becomes funny again.

Anyway, I don't agree with all of this person's choices, but it's not a bad way to spend eight minutes. The video is after the jump.

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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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Groups angry at Family Guy AIDS song

by Adam Finley, posted Aug 26th 2005 3:39PM
The Family Guy episode titled "The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire," which was re-aired recently, has caught flak from some AIDS groups for a little barber shop ditty performed by Peter for the benefit of a dying AIDS patient. Using song, Peter tells the man, quite frankly, that he has AIDS and is definitely going to die. Seen in context, the joke is that Peter is having a flashback about his impeccable knack for breaking bad news to people. Nevertheless, AIDS groups aren't amused.

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