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Family Guy Season 11 Review “Brian’s Play”

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 of Brian’s accomplishment: “It’s hard to believe it’s the same dog that barked at a pineapple for four hours.” Peter also was delighted, though it brought back not-so-happy memories of his own stage experiences as a child, when he played the plant in “Little Shop of Horrors”and had a little “accident” in the suit. Alas, only one of those happy/sad theater masked people had a good time. Oh well. Can’t please everyone, I guess.

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| 18:30 EST, 18 Jan, 2013
Thanks for your thoughts maximiliano. Most of my family can’t stand episodes that focus on Brian. But I personally love episodes that pair Stewie with his puppy, so I think give “Brian’s Play” a shot after I leave my office at DISH. I couldn’t’ find any time to set it to record I would have had to wait for it to air again if I did not have the DISH Hopper though. It automatically records the big four network’s prime time shows with its PrimeTime Anytime feature and even stores them for eight days! So now I never miss my favorite shows on account of my hectic schedule.
| 17:46 EST, 18 Jan, 2013
Peter rarely ever makes sense Natclayful, lol. My employees at DISH can’t stand him, but I find ignoring his cutaways works best too. I’ll give “Brian’s Play” a chance tonight since you said that Stewie played a brilliant role though. Normally I would have to wait for it to air again since I didn’t have time to set it to record, but not now that I have the DISH Hopper. It auto-records the big four network’s prime time programs with the PrimeTime Anytime feature and stores the shows for up to eight days. So now my buys schedule no longer stops me for keeping pace with TV’s busy schedule.

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