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FAMILY GUY ''Excellence in Broadcasting'' Season 9 Episode 2

Check out a first look at the upcoming episode of FAMILY GUY Excellence in Broadcasting  Season 9 Episode 2 which airs Sunday October 3 at 9pm on FOX. Episode Synopsis:  When Brian learns that Rush Limbaugh (guest-voicing as himself) is going to be at the Quahog Mall for a book-signing, he decides to go down there and give him a piece of his left-wing mind. But when Rush unexpectedly comes to Brian's rescue, Brian has a political change of heart in the all-new Excellence in Broadcasting  episode of FAMILY GUY airing Sunday, Oct. 3 (9:00-9:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Source Here

FAMILY GUY ''Excellence in Broadcasting'' Season 9 Episode 2

Check out a first look at the upcoming episode of FAMILY GUY Excellence in Broadcasting Season 9 Episode 2 which airs Sunday October 3 at 9pm on FOX. Episode Synopsis: When Brian learns that Rush Limbaugh (guest-voicing as himself) is going to be at the Quahog Mall for a book-signing, he decides to go down there and give him a piece of his left-wing mind. But when Rush unexpectedly comes to Brian's rescue, Brian has a political change of heart in the all-new Excellence in Broadcasting episode of FAMILY GUY airing Sunday, Oct. 3 (9:00-9:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Source Here

Ratings: Football Still Rules, While Family Guy and Dexter Post Strong Showings

Another Sunday, another ratings win for NBC. Sunday Night Football, featuring the New York Jets vs. the Miami Dolphins, dominated the evening, giving NBC an easy victory, with 15.9 million viewers and a 6.5 rating in the 18-to-49 demographic on a night when no new series debuted. Fox's hourlong Family Guy posted the best showing among scripted fare, according to early Nielsen estimates, with 9.1 million and a 4.5 rating, despite dropping 13 percent from last year. It was preceded by The Simpsons (7.8 million viewers, 3.7 rating) and The Cleveland Show (6.6 million, 3.1 rating), both of which were also down significantly versus last year. Still, CBS likely placed second, but its prime-time lineup was affected by a National Football League overrun. 60 Minutes, which ran from 7:47 to 8:47 p.m., drew 13.9 million viewers and a 3.8 rating, while a 90-minute premiere of The Amazing Race 17 and Undercover Boss both earned about 11 million and a 3.6 rating. ABC's Sunday flagship Desperate Housewives was the network's top show of the night. The seventh season opened to 12.8 million with a 4.2 rating, but was down about 11 percent from last year. Housewives was bookended by Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (8.4 million, 2.5 rating), which was also down from a year ago, and Brothers & Sisters (9.6 million, 3.0 rating), which was on par with last year's premiere. In cable news, the Season 5 premiere of Dexter pulled in 2.3 million viewers to give Showtime its biggest season premiere in 15 years. Source Here

FAMILY GUY ''And Then There Were Fewer'' Season 9 Episode 1 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek and browse photos of the Season 9 one-hour premiere of FAMILY GUY  And Then There Were Fewer Season 9 Episode 1 which airs Sunday September 26, 2010 at 9pm on FOX. You can read all our coverage of Family Guy here. Episode Synopsis:  When the Griffins and other residents of Quahog are invited to visit the mansion of James Woods, the evening turns into a real murder mystery when guests end up dead and everyone scrambles to figure out who done it in the  And Then There Were Fewer  one-hour season premiere episode of FAMILY GUY airing Sunday, Sept. 26 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Source & Preview

FAMILY GUY ''And Then There Were Fewer'' Season 9 Episode 1 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek and browse photos of the Season 9 one-hour premiere of FAMILY GUY And Then There Were Fewer Season 9 Episode 1 which airs Sunday September 26, 2010 at 9pm on FOX. You can read all our coverage of Family Guy here. Episode Synopsis: When the Griffins and other residents of Quahog are invited to visit the mansion of James Woods, the evening turns into a real murder mystery when guests end up dead and everyone scrambles to figure out who done it in the And Then There Were Fewer one-hour season premiere episode of FAMILY GUY airing Sunday, Sept. 26 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Source & Preview

A Very Family Guy Christmas

Fox's Family Guy will be presenting an hour-long Christmas special entitled Road to the North Pole, complete with three musical numbers. It's the long-running animated show's first holiday outing since Season 2. The insanity begins when Brian takes Stewie to see Santa at the mall. "They're in a very long line, so by the time they get up there, Santa goes on break," says executive producer Steve Callaghan. "Stewie gets pissed off, so he and Brian go on a road trip to the North Pole to kill Santa Claus." Talk about a nightmare before Christmas! Parents, before you write your protest letters to Fox, Callaghan assures me that, "There's a very nice surprise when they get there. We've written it in a way that all parties are protected. I think people will enjoy it." Ah, don't you just love a Christmas miracle? Source Here

Family Guy Season 9 Premiere Promo Photos

Promo photos from the 9th season premiere of Family Guy. Click me!

Family Guy Won't Tackle Star Wars Prequels, Maybe Indiana Jones

Apparently, there was some meat-and-potatoes content at Family Guy's Comic-Con panel, courtesy of show creator Seth MacFarlane. MacFarlane, who voices Peter, Brian, Stewie, Quagmire, and others on the show, has become famous due to his show's off-kilter humor and occasional foray into taboo subject matter. MacFarlane even recently had a stint (as a human) in the ABC series FlashForward, and even appeared in a commercial for Hulu. But MacFarlane was all about Family Guy at the panel, and addressed one thing pretty quickly: despite the massive successes of Star Wars parodies Blue Harvest and Something, Something, Something, Dark Side, his series of parodies will end with this December's It's a Trap!, a parody of Return of the Jedi. MacFarlane confirmed that the prequel trilogy of Star Wars, which lasted from 1999 – 2005, will not be parodied by the Griffins. "I don't think we'll be going that route," he said. "They're just too expensive. LucasFilm has been really great to us [this far]." To Read More Click Here .

'Family Guy' to further bait Palin by bringing back character with Down syndrome

You know the best way to get Family Guy to bring back a guest character? Protest vociferously in the media - it helps if you’re a publicity-magnet ex-VP candidate - so as to create a rather grand controversy. Remember that girl Chris went on a date with during a February episode, the one who has Down syndrome and whose mom is the former governor of Alaska? And remember how Sarah Palin, in real life the mother of an infant boy with Down syndrome, fought back with a Facebook post and media appearances, calling the episode a “kick in the gut”? And how her daughter, Bristol, called the Family Guy writers “heartless jerks”? To Read More Click Here .

Peter Griffin to Roast Hasselhoff

Comedy Central is keeping up their tradition of monumental roasts, and it looks like David Hasselhoff (Knight Rider, Baywatch) is next. Seth MacFarlane, Family Guy creator and voicer, will be the Roast Master of this Hoff-themed night, set to film on August 1. Produced and directed by the same folks that brought you Roasts of Joan Rivers and Bob Saget, the evening is sure not to disappoint. To Read More Here .
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