Last week’s episode was a surprisingly effective character focus, getting at the sympathetic as well as the funny in Quagmire. Tonight’s Family Guy does the exact opposite, leaning into everything terrible about how the show has treated Meg over the years. Show More Summary
Click here to view this media Peter joins the Tea Party to get rid of the annoying government, only to find the "grassroots" organization run by his billionaire father-in-law Carter Pewterschmidt for his own evil ends. (SPOILER ALERT:...Show More Summary
The production schedules on most animated series (South Park not included) are incredibly long. How long? Well, a week ago, Saturday Night Live did a sketch about Occupy Wall Street that already felt uncomfortably dated meanwhile, this week, Family Guy got around to doing a whole episode on the Tea Party. Remember those guys?
Just in time for May sweeps, the producers of the animated Fox hit series Family Guy decided to devote an entire episode to trashing the Tea Party Sunday. Liberal creator Seth MacFarlane made sure to offend ever right-thinking person...Show More Summary
During the premiere of Fox's "Family Guy" last night the show imagined what it would look like if the characters were all transported into the wonderful world of Disney. Everyone became much happier and skipped along "gaily," as Stewie...Show More Summary