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
Given that this episode of “Family Guy” focused on Chris, by far the nerdiest of the gang (although I suppose Meg is a close second, only in a different way altogether), it seemed appropriate that the episode, “Space more
Chris Griffin is not that smart. But he’s not a complete idiot, as the plot of " Space Cadet " shows, an otherwise pedestrian episode of Family Guy .
While the episode follows the trajectory of “person isn't as big of a failure as they or others thin more
Family Guy has done Christmas episodes before – maybe nothing quite to the degree of American Dad ’s insane Christmas episodes, but they’ve certainly been standouts. This year, the show combines its Christmas tradition with another one: its telling of sto more
This time around on “Family Guy,” it was Meg’s turn at bat as the central character in “Friends without Benefits.” This one had a somewhat oddball premise, even by “Family Guy” standards. Basically, it was the tal more
Well, that was uncomfortable.
Really, that's the best way to describe this episode of Family Guy , " Friends Without Benefits ".
Start with Meg’s arc: she’s weirdly obsessed with this one guy, lampshaded as a new character who is unlikely to show up more
A running joke on and around Family Guy has been that it’s basically a rip-off of The Simpsons . In particular, a similar thread between the two shows is the idea of a patriarch who can act like a thoughtless jerk, but then be redeemed because he had good more