On Family Guy Season 13 Episode 2 , Peter tries to help Joe realize his dream of becoming a published author, and Brian comes in contact with the "runner's high."
The best parts of tonight's episode come from the moments where the characters are al more
The Simpsons and Family Guy have a lot in common, beyond both being notable entries in the animated sitcom genre and being mainstays of Fox's Animation Domination lineup. They both revolve around dysfunctional, working class nuclear families and feature s more
(Spoiler alert: Do not read on if you haven't yet watched the Season 13 premiere of Family Guy entitled The Simpsons Guy.)
Yay! A crossover always brings out the best in each show, Chris Griffin said at the top of Fox's Family Guy season premiere. It more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall invites his readers to comment on the season premieres of "The Simpsons" and "Family Guy," the latter of which featured a crossover between the two series. Read More...
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As some guy with a beard and some guitars once said, "To every thing, there is a season."
I assume he was talking about season finales, right? So let's turn, turn, turn to our TVs and assess the most recent season finale of Family Guy.
Fifteen y more
Okay, I get it, Family Guy Season 12 Episode 20 . You're embarrassed by how badly The Cleveland Show bombed. It's fine. Calm down!
But you didn't have to be a Cleveland show fan to be weirded out by the degree of effort this episode took in distanci more
For a show where nearly every everything is impermanent - from the death of a main character to that memory of that time we went to that museum/ fought that chicken/ etc - one of Family Guy's only real constants is the fact that everyone hates Meg.