Well, Family Guy turned in an episode with " Call Girl " that is kind of disturbing for how its characters acted, but at least there was a complexity to the situations that made things interesting.
The interesting plot line here is Peter cheati more
" Chris Cross " is proof that one should not doubt Family Guy . Last week’s “ Valentine’s Day in Quahog ” episode claimed that it was further evidence of the show’s decline. Sure, it was actually really good, but this week’s is so bad that it’s a contende more
On the latest “Family Guy,” we learned a few things about a few of our main characters, Chris and Stewie, plus a little about Meg as well. The main focus was Chris, as evidenced by the title of the episode, “ Chris Cross .” Tired o more
There’s a joke in the opening credits of “ Valentine’s Day in Quahog ” that says this is “Further evidence of Family Guy ’s decline.” Sure, the later era of this series can be mediocre. But if anything, this episode is actually evidence that this show sti more
Family Guy can be a very misanthropic show: the sense that maybe these people just do not like each other sometimes pervades the show, seemingly depending on who’s writing the script. So unfortunately, the show can be often just quite an unpleasant experi more
The latest episode of “Family Guy” drove the joke home started earlier in the evening on “The Cleveland Show” …or came pretty close, if you get my meaning. Basically, “The Giggity Wife” was like a cross between “What Hap more
This episode of Family Guy , simply entitled " Brian's Play ," was off-kilter and left me feeling uncomfortable for many reasons, even though I think I enjoyed what it brought to the table.
It starts with the first sequence. Brian writes a play? It’s s more
In the latest episode of “Family Guy,” both Brian and Stewie got a taste of the limelight in “Brian’s Play.” First up was Brian, who composed a play that became the toast of Quahog, for what that was worth. Even Lois was impressed more