After 12 years of shocking, edgy jokes about disabilities, violence and patching up holes in dikes, Family Guy Season 12 Episode 18 finally took the show to a place it has never gone before.
It addresd the question of race.
Ah, man, sorry, sor more
Since the dawn of time, one simple question has plagued humanity:
Are we better off dumb?
Okay, maybe that's not the actual one question. But you can't deny that it's out there - the sinking feeling that existence would maybe be a lot better i more
When I was little, my friends and I would sometimes play a game where you'd stick your hand in something disgusting - say, a pool of slimy gutter run-off water or a piece of carpet soaked with what we hoped was rain - until you couldn't take it any more more
The show's executive producer revealed why the writers agreed on killing a character which has been on the show for the past 11 seasons. Read More...
The hour-long season finale of Family Guy , the two-episode " Road to Vegas; No Country for Old Men ", was a perfect representation of the wild extremes of this season. The first was a darkly-comic adventure with Stewie & Brian...and Stewie & Brian in Las more
In the final episode of “Family Guy” of the season, cheekily-titled “No Country for Old Men”, we sadly went out not with a bang but a bit of a whimper. Or should I say, a blast of fetid harmonica air?
We started with a prolonged bit that anyone would h more
On the penultimate episode of “Family Guy”, we got a sort of a combo platter of old-school plotlines, with a combination of a Stewie and Brian “road picture” and a sort of neo-time travel episode, both of which have been recurring staples of the show. Typ more
Really, I don't quite know how an episode of Family Guy that's a vague take on Breaking Bad by having the Griffins sell meth could be so dull. But somehow, " Farmer Guy " managed to pull it off. It's one of the more mediocre and disappointing half-hours o more