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Family Guy Season 16 Episode 11 Review: Dog Bites Bear

Three hundred episodes are quite an accomplishment. As sad as it was to watch Rupert "die" on Family Guy Season 16 Episode 11 , wouldn't it be nice to have the same sort of eloquent send-off at its end? We all know it's coming. Before long we'll be saying goodbye to Family Guy just like Stewiewill eventually say goodbye to Rupert forever.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/01/family-guy-season-16-episode-11-review-dog-bites-bear/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 10 Review: Boy (Dog) Meets Girl (Dog)

Peter and Lois were only trying to make Chris feel better when they created Arthur Valentine. But Chris is a teenager now and believing in Arthur Valentine is just as bad as if he believed in Santa Claus. On Family Guy Season 16 Episode 10 , Peter and Lois have to break the bad news about Arthur Valentine, but it's not as easy as they thought it would be.  ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/01/family-guy-season-16-episode-10-review-boy-dog-meets-girl-dog/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 9 Review: Don't Be a Dickens at Christmas

Bah Humbug! About the only interesting part of Family Guy Season 16 Episode 9 was the jab at Matthew McConaughey and his Lincoln car commercials. They are creepy, aren't they? The worst part of those commercials is when they do a close up of McConaughey putting in his contacts. I don't really get how that helps sell a luxury car, but whatever, they're not my advertising dollars.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/12/family-guy-season-16-episode-9-review-dont-be-a-dickens-at-chris/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 8 Review: Crimes and Meg's Demeanor

The Twitter pariah finally returns home! It took two incredible episodes, but on Family Guy Season 16 Episode 8 , Brian finally returned home where he belongs. He was a little banged up after his fall through the open window, but at least he survived. How many movie references did you count? For a show that's only twenty minutes, there were plenty of moviereferences including The Usual Suspects (and another jab at Kevin Spacey), a Quagmire version of The Dark Knight (which was cool), Home Alone (my favorite) and a clever reference to JAWS, but the biggest nod was to Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/12/family-guy-season-16-episode-8-review-crimes-and-megs-demeanor/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 7 Review: Petey IV

While I appreciated the satire on Family Guy Season 16 Episode 7 , there's only so much Russia/Trump talk I can endure before I pull all my hair out. Maybe I have the "eh" affliction like Peter did when Putin explained how Russia not only rigged the last election, but all previous American elections. Mess with the election, who cares. Mess with football, well, now you've got my attention. Well, it got Peter's attention. I could care less about football.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/11/family-guy-season-16-episode-7-review-petey-iv/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 6 Review: The D in Apartment 23

Blame it on the Millennials. Anything anyone says these days has the potential to become offensive even if it's just a stupid joke like the one Brian posted on Twitter on Family Guy Season 16 Episode 6 . And Brian's Twitter joke wasn't stupid at all. It was actually funny if you read it for what it was and not for some imaginary message he didn't intend.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/11/family-guy-season-16-episode-6-review-the-d-in-apartment-23/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 5 Review: Three Directors

Well, that was odd. On Family Guy Season 16 Episode 5 we got to see how three different Hollywood directors would handle the story of Peter getting fired from the brewery if it was made into a movie. Family Guy poking fun at three Hollywood directors was fun in an odd sort of way. I can't decide if I liked the Quentin Tarantino version of Peter Gets Fired better or the Michael Bay version, but both were a lot more interesting than the Wes Anderson version of the story.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/11/family-guy-season-16-episode-5-review-three-directors/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 4 Review: Follow The Money

I'm guilty. I obviously have no funny bone. Out of the entirety of Family Guy Season 16 Episode 4 , there were only a few moments I found humorous. I liked that we got to see so many Family Guy characters have a part in the travels of Chris' birthday dollar, but what was the point of it all? Something could be said about the dollar that travels around being some sort of sexual commentary, but that's probably reading way more into it than intended.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/10/family-guy-season-16-episode-4-review-follow-the-money/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 3 Review: Nanny Goats

Too much together time isn't necessarily a good thing. Family Guy Season 16 Episode 3 found Lois and Peter rediscovering each other after Barbara Pewterschmidt hired a nanny to help Lois around the house. Lois and Peter became one of "those" couples until they finally had enough.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/10/family-guy-season-16-episode-3-review-nanny-goats/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 2 Review: Foxx in the Men House

It's a wonder Peter has any friends at all. On Family Guy Season 16 Episode 2 , Peter decides that the guys are too lame to be his friends after he meets a paramedic who he thinks is the epitome of cool. Peter should be celebrating Quagmire, Cleveland and Joe every chance he gets. They have to be the only people besides Lois who would ever tolerate his poor behavior.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/10/family-guy-season-16-episode-2-review-foxx-in-the-men-house/