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Family Guy Preview: "Dog Gone" Season 8, Episode 8

Brian does the unthinkable this weekend when he kills another dog. Although it was an accident, he feels terrible about what happened. When he realizes that no one cares about the dog's death, Brian tries to educate people on the value of a dog's life. Meanwhile, Lois hires a maid who refuses to listen to Peter. You can catch "Dog Gone" when Family Guy airs this Sunday, November 29th, at 9:00pm ET on Fox.

Preview of Family Guy: Something Something Something Darkside

Assuming the remaining forty-one minutes are as funny as the above three minute and thirty-one second trailer for the second installment of FAMILY GUY's loving homage to STAR WARS titled, 'Something Something Something Darkside' all is forgiven for the thirty-minute train-wreck that was SETH & ALEX'S ALMOST LIVE COMEDY SHOW. We swear. To Watch The Preview Click Here . Source Here

Family Guy Latest Episode: Season 8, Episode 6 - 'Quagmire's Baby'

After attending to the concert of a teen superstar, Stewie discovers a surprising secret about the singer. Meanwhile back at home, Chris tries to prove the existence of the Evil Monkey. Watch & Discuss: Watch Family Guy: Season 8, Episode 6 - 'Quagmire's Baby' Read Family Guy's Review: Season 8, Episode 6 - 'Quagmire's Baby'

Fox Orders More American Dad! - Featured

Seth MacFarlane will continue to dominate Sunday nights on Fox as his American Dad! has been renewed for a sixth season. The series, which was nominated for an Outstanding Animated Program Emmy this year, follows the life of security-obsessed CIA agent Stan Smith and his wife, two children, a space alien who lives in their closet and an attention-starved goldfish. MacFarlane's other shows, Family Guy and The Cleveland Show , have already been picked up as part of a deal that keeps him at Fox through 2012. American Dad airs Sunday nights at 9:30/8:30c. Source Here

Microsoft exits as sponsor of 'Family Guy' special

Fans of "Family Guy" are chortling about Microsoft's belated discovery that a "Family Guy" special might not jibe with the software giant's corporate image. On Monday, Microsoft said it's pulling out as sponsor of a "Family Guy" variety show, just two weeks after announcing its sole sponsorship of the special, "Family Guy Presents: Seth & Alex's Almost Live Comedy Show," scheduled to air Nov. 8. The Fox special apparently follows in the racy tradition of the animated "Family Guy" series — just as any fan would expect. The special includes "typical 'Family Guy'-style jokes, including riffs on deaf people, the Holocaust, feminine hygiene and incest," said Variety, which first reported Microsoft's exit.

'Family Guy' Sneak Peek: The Windows 7 Promotion

Some features from Windows 7 are promoted through " Family Guy " when Stewie is trying his hand on installing the new Microsoft program on Brian's laptop. This sort-of-new way to do an advertisement had been reported last week but a sneak peek from the cartoon's episode has just been released. Brian does all the talking, boasting the program's abilities such as recording TV programs with DVR, organizing photos in the media center and easily switching between programs with the user-friendly interface. Underneath it all, Stewie only attempts to do his first Tweet. Fox struck a deal with Microsoft to include the sponsorship in an episode airing November 8. As part of the deal, the special will run at 8.30/7.30c without commercials. Instead, it will feature Microsoft-branded programing that "blend with the show's content" such as original animation, live action performances of "The Family Guy" musical numbers, comedy sketches and celebrity guests. Windows 7 itself will be launched on October 22. Source & Sneak Peek

The Cleveland Show Renewed Through 2011 - Featured

Fox already has picked up The Cleveland Show for the last nine episodes of its second season. The Family Guy spin-off was picked up last May for the first 13 episodes of a second season starting next year - four months before the show's debut. The Fox show's initial season got under way Sept. 27, bringing in 9.5 million viewers and scoring an impressive 4.9 rating in the 18-to-49 demographic. The animated comedy's premiere was also the highest debut in 18-to-34 demo and marked one of the highest-rated scripted series openers so far this fall. Source Here

Family Guy Latest Episode: Season 8, Episode 2 - Family Goy'

After finding a lump on her breast, Lois goes to the doctor to get it tested. Thankfully, the tests come back benign. However, the doctor looks into her family medical history and reveals that Lois is actually Jewish. Peter is eager at first for this new change, but after being visited by the ghost of his father, he changes his tune. Watch & Discuss: Watch Family Guy: Season 8, Episode 2 - Family Goy' Read Family Guy's Review: Season 8, Episode 2 - Family Goy'

The Tonight Show: Seth MacFarlane & Michael Moore

Conan chatted with Family Guy 's Seth MacFarlane and Seth busted out a few voices, plus talked about the Emmy winners on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien Thursday. Conan also had a visit from Michael Moore to talk about his new movie hitting theaters this weekend! Tonight Show: Seth MacFarlane (10/01/09) Tonight Show: Michael Moore (10/01/09) Also, check out some other fun Conan clips of the night: Tonight Show: Conan's Tabloid Moment (10/01/09) Blame it on LaBamba (10/01/09) Andy's Romantic Description (10/01/09) Conan Does Barbershop (10/01/09)

Sunday Ratings: Family Guy Head of Housewives? - Featured

Wisteria Lane residents, be advised: Stewie's plan for world domination is coming together. Hot off its historic Emmy nod, Fox's Family Guy scored its biggest audience in more than a year, with 10.2 million assembled for its eighth-season premiere, preliminary Nielsen estimates showed. Even more impressive, in the 9 p.m. half-hour, Family Guy dominated a downsized Desperate Housewives among young people who weren't watching the football game on NBC. All in all, it was a pretty ugly night for Housewives. The pretty: The six-season-old ABC soap ended up as Sunday's most-watched show after football, with 13.2 million fans. The ugly: It lost about 5.5 million fans from last fall's opener. Source: E!Online - Family Guy Head of Housewives ?