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.

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'

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'

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 ?

Family Guy Latest Episode: Season 8, Episode 1 - 'Road to the Multiverse'

Brian and Stewie go on another road trip through alternate universes using a special remote control. Including a post-apocalyptic world, a parallel world run by dogs where humans are pets and a universe reminiscent of the show Robot Chicken. Watch & Discuss: Watch Family Guy: Season 8, Episode 1 - 'Road to the Multiverse' Read Family Guy's Review: Season 8, Episode 1 - 'Road to the Multiverse'

FAMILY GUY Season 8 - First Look

Take a sneak peek at the first episode of Season 8 of Family Guy airing this Sunday Sept 27 (9:00-9:30 PM ET/PT) on Fox. The episode, titled "Road to the Multiverse", has Stewie and Brian travel to multiple universes. Source Here

Details On Family Guy's Abortion Episode Thanks to The Hollywood Reporter, we've got some details from FOX broadcasting entertainment president Kevin Reilly about the controversial abortion-themed episode of Family Guy, entitled "Partial Terms of Endearment" that FOX has decided not to air. Spoiler Alert! Beware folks, we're about to go into detail on what occurs in this episode, including the ending. The plot of "Partial" revolves around Lois becoming a surrogate mother for an infertile couple that gets killed ina car accident. She then has a choice to make about whether or not she wants to still have the baby or get an abortion. Originally the episode was going to have an open-ending, with the audience never really finding out which choice Lois makes. But then series creator Seth MacFarlane (voice of Peter Griffin) added in a little ending moment where Peter pops his head in and tells everyone "she had the abortion." Reilly stated that FOX made some suggestions for the "very graphic, very morbid" episode but that MacFarlane wanted to go in another direction. Reilly added "at that moment in time, there was a tough conversation gong on with clients, and we didn't need the headache." "We don't censor Seth," explained Reilly. "It was a business decision. It was fragile subject matter at a sensitive time." MacFarlane himself was on hand with Reilly at the TCA press tour, playing his role during a live luncheon table read of The Cleveland Show's third episode for the ballroom of noshing critics. He admitted that he was fine with Reilly's final verdict. "I'm in a position with FOX where I'm having sort of a golden age," MacFarlane noted. He went on to say that he trusted Reilly's decision "implicitly." Again, this episode will not air on network TV, but it just may wind up on a DVD set in the future.