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Family Guy Season 16 Episode 20 Review: Are You There God? It's Me, Peter

If I was stuck in an elevator with God, I'd probably ask Him some of the same questions Peter asked on Family Guy Season 16 Episode 20 . Of all the questions, Peter had, the most important one, I think, was whether or not we were just a computer simulation for a higher species. That would answer a lot of questions about the weirdness of life.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/05/family-guy-season-16-episode-20-review-are-you-there-god-its-me/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 19 Review: The Unkindest Cut

A parent's love knows no bounds as Quagmire learned on Family Guy Season 16 Episode 19 after he lost his penis in a shark attack. It was more than a little weird that Quagmire was willing to have his dad's member transplanted to him, but for a guy whose life revolves around his penis, it makes perfect sense. The fact that Ida saved his penis also raises eyebrows since why keep something that you were so desperate to rid yourself of? Maybe Ida explained it, and I missed it, but I just don't get it.  ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/05/family-guy-season-16-episode-19-review-the-unkindest-cut/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 18 Review: HTTPete

Family Guy should have made Family Guy Season 16 Episode 18 a Six SecondEpisode because that's about all the time it took for me to become completely bored with Hammer and the Millennial saga. Every piece of commentary made about Millennials and their many, many issues as well as our addiction to the Internet is stuff that has already been done and said before.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/05/family-guy-season-16-episode-18-review-httpete/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 17 Review: Switch the Flip

Are we too dependent on technology? After Brian becomes addicted to "Brandi" (aka "Alexa") on Family Guy Season 16 Episode 17 pushing him further into loserhood, Stewie thinks he can change Brian's life by swapping bodies with him. Stewie always has Brian's best interests at heart, but sometimes he's way too smart for his own good.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/04/family-guy-season-16-episode-17-review-switch-the-flip/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 16 Review: Family Guy Through the Years

There was plenty of commentary on Family Guy Season 16 Episode 16 , so much, in fact, that it might take a couple of viewings to pick up on everything the show was trying to say, make fun of or slam. Sometimes Family Guy likes to make you think, and this three-decade retrospective was one of those times. If there's one decade I'm glad I wasn't born in, it is the 1950s. It's such a slow and simple decade. It's easy to criticize the 1950s looking back from an era that is so technologicallyadvanced. There isso much wrong with that decade but also some things that weren't so bad.  ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/04/family-guy-season-16-episode-16-review-family-guy-through-the-ye/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 15 Review: The Woof of Wall Street

Brian almost became a protein shake on Family Guy Season 16 Episode 15 when he let his new investment career get to his head. Stewiemight have been disappointed that Brian still wanted to invest in Korea after learning it used dog meat in its shakes, but there was no way Stewie was going to let anything happen to his friend.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/04/family-guy-season-16-episode-15-review-the-woof-of-wall-street/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 14 Review: The Veteran Guy

Peter has a long history of stupidity and on Family Guy Season 16 Episode 14 he continues that history when he picks up a cap at the thrift store that causes people to think he's a veteran. He tried to tell people the truth but they just wouldn't listen. Because the cap was so cool and after realizing there were perks being a veteran, he decided to keep pretending -- even convincing the guys to pretend along with him.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/04/family-guy-season-16-episode-14-review-the-veteran-guy/

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 13 Review: V is for Mystery

It was a little odd when Peter interrupted the middle of Family Guy Season 16 Episode 13 to tell the audience that Family Guy would return to normal next week. I have to wonder if that was initially part of the episode or if it was added in because while "V is for Mystery" wasn't nearly as bad as Family Guy Season 16 Episode 12 , it still left a lot to be desired. ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/03/family-guy-season-16-episode-13-review-v-is-for-mystery/

Family Guy Addresses Stewies Sexuality, His Accent & More

SPOILER ALERT: This story contains details of Sundays episode of Family Guy on Fox. It was an eye-opening episode of Foxs Family Guy Sunday. The Send in Stewie, Please episode, which aired commercial-free, took viewers into Stewie Griffins therapy session, exploring his sexuality (which has been a running joke) directly for the first time and other things that revealed Stewie has been pretending to be someone hes not. Ian McKellan guest-starred as Stewies therapist   ...Read More... http://deadline.com/2018/03/family-guy-stewies-sexuality-accent-fox-seth-macfarlane-1202345429/

Family GuyDuo Breaks Down Stewie's Biggest Therapy Reveals: His Sexuality, His Real [Spoiler] and More

Sundays episode of Family Guy, the first in its 16-season history to air without commercials, invited us to become flies on the wall of a Stewie Griffin therapy session and boy did we learn a lot. Or maybe I should say we had many of our preconceived notions about the Griffins youngest, most evil [] http://tvline.com/2018/03/18/family-guy-recap-stewie-voice-sexuality-explained-interview/