History DethroningMoment / FamilyGuy

18th Jul '17 6:33:03 AM YoungPrincessZelda
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* YoungPrincessZelda: "Long John Peter". Don't be fooled by the title of this episode. The pirate thing is only 4 minutes long. All that happens is that Peter and his crew siege Mort's pharmacy, attack a british car, and that's it. They could've and should've made it the whole episode and if they wanted to keep Chris's plot intact they should've made it to where she got shanghaied or something.



** Tropers/YoungPrincessZelda: Giving up my "Fresh Heir" complaint because I had a lot of issues with this episode, such as Stewie saying "That's a cool whip" which brings back the painfully unfunny cool whip joke, the main plot, and ending. But to narrow it down, I had to pick the moment where Peter, Joe, and Quagmire fight the 3 barguys. I could rant forever on that part, but the part where Peter tries to open a can of spinach was just fucking lazy. Andrew Goldberg (Writer of this episode and the notorious "The Juice is Loose"), if you're reading this, learn to fucking write, you dipshit! I'm sick of your lazy fatass writing! Can't wait for the Parents Television Council to get medieval on this one.
16th Jun '17 9:33:18 PM Maddoxsort
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** Tropers/{{Maddoxsort}}: This is the one episode that caused me to swear off ''Family Guy'': "Dog Gone", which centered around cruelty to and even murder of dogs. More specifically, the brutal murders of dogs and even a bisection of a pup. As a fellow dog-lover whose owes most of their happiness to the existence of dogs, seeing a whole episode about dog carnage was not just fucked up, but unforgivable. After that episode I couldn't return to show in good conscience knowing that some motherfucker thought it would be quaint to show a dog getting bit in half. And even though we have the "no animals were harmed" message, it does little to ease the bad memories when the warning airs after it's all said and done. Classic ''Series/MacGyver'' was courteous enough to provide a message that the episode depicted a scene where an animal would be badly harmed (the black rhino poaching episode) but it was all simulated. How I wish the same went for here- "don't watch this episode if you hate seeing the brutal murder of dogs, because we're gonna cut one in half, and if you love dogs, please change the channel."

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** Tropers/{{Maddoxsort}}: This is the one episode that caused me to swear off ''Family Guy'': "Dog Gone", which centered around cruelty to and even murder of dogs. More specifically, the brutal murders of dogs and even a bisection of a pup. As a fellow dog-lover whose owes most of their happiness to the existence of dogs, seeing a whole episode about dog carnage was not just fucked up, but unforgivable. After that episode I couldn't return to show in good conscience knowing that some motherfucker thought it would be quaint to show a dog getting bit in half. And even though we have the "no animals were harmed" message, it does little to ease the bad memories when the warning airs after it's all said and done. Classic ''Series/MacGyver'' was courteous enough to provide a message that the episode depicted a scene where an animal would be badly harmed (the black rhino poaching episode) but it was all simulated. How I wish the same went for here- "don't watch this episode if you hate seeing the brutal murder of dogs, because we're gonna cut one in half, and if you truly love dogs, please change the channel."
16th Jun '17 9:32:59 PM Maddoxsort
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** Tropers/{{Maddoxsort}}: This is the one episode that caused me to swear off ''Family Guy'': "Dog Gone", which centered around cruelty to and even murder of dogs. More specifically, the brutal murders of dogs and even a bisection of a pup. As a fellow dog-lover whose owes most of their happiness to the existence of dogs, seeing a whole episode about dog carnage was not just fucked up, but unforgivable. After that episode I couldn't return to show in good conscience knowing that some motherfucker thought it would be quaint to show a dog getting bit in half. And even though we have the "no animals were harmed" message, it does little to ease the bad memories when the warning airs after it's all said and done. Classic ''Series/MacGyver'' was courteous enough to provide a message that the episode depicted a scene where an animal would be badly harmed (the black rhino poaching episode) but it was all simulated. How I wish the same went for here- "don't watch this episode if you hate seeing the brutal murder of dogs."

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** Tropers/{{Maddoxsort}}: This is the one episode that caused me to swear off ''Family Guy'': "Dog Gone", which centered around cruelty to and even murder of dogs. More specifically, the brutal murders of dogs and even a bisection of a pup. As a fellow dog-lover whose owes most of their happiness to the existence of dogs, seeing a whole episode about dog carnage was not just fucked up, but unforgivable. After that episode I couldn't return to show in good conscience knowing that some motherfucker thought it would be quaint to show a dog getting bit in half. And even though we have the "no animals were harmed" message, it does little to ease the bad memories when the warning airs after it's all said and done. Classic ''Series/MacGyver'' was courteous enough to provide a message that the episode depicted a scene where an animal would be badly harmed (the black rhino poaching episode) but it was all simulated. How I wish the same went for here- "don't watch this episode if you hate seeing the brutal murder of dogs.dogs, because we're gonna cut one in half, and if you love dogs, please change the channel."
16th Jun '17 9:31:05 PM Maddoxsort
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** Tropers/{{Maddoxsort}}: This is the one episode that caused me to swear off ''Family Guy'': "Dog Gone", which centered around cruelty to and even murder of dogs. More specifically, the brutal murders of dogs and even a bisection of a pup. As a fellow dog-lover whose owes most of their happiness to the existence of dogs, seeing a whole episode about dog carnage was not just fucked up, but unforgivable. After that episode I couldn't return to show in good conscience knowing that some motherfucker thought it would be quaint to show a dog getting bit in half. And even though we have the "no animals were harmed" message, it does little to ease the bad memories.

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** Tropers/{{Maddoxsort}}: This is the one episode that caused me to swear off ''Family Guy'': "Dog Gone", which centered around cruelty to and even murder of dogs. More specifically, the brutal murders of dogs and even a bisection of a pup. As a fellow dog-lover whose owes most of their happiness to the existence of dogs, seeing a whole episode about dog carnage was not just fucked up, but unforgivable. After that episode I couldn't return to show in good conscience knowing that some motherfucker thought it would be quaint to show a dog getting bit in half. And even though we have the "no animals were harmed" message, it does little to ease the bad memories. memories when the warning airs after it's all said and done. Classic ''Series/MacGyver'' was courteous enough to provide a message that the episode depicted a scene where an animal would be badly harmed (the black rhino poaching episode) but it was all simulated. How I wish the same went for here- "don't watch this episode if you hate seeing the brutal murder of dogs."
16th Jun '17 9:27:55 PM Maddoxsort
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** Tropers/{{Maddoxsort}}: This is the one episode that caused me to swear off ''Family Guy'': "Dog Gone", which centered around cruelty to and even murder of dogs. More specifically, the brutal murders of dogs and even a bisection of a pup. As a fellow dog-lover whose owes most of their happiness to the existence of dogs, seeing a whole episode about dog carnage was not just fucked up, but unforgivable. After that episode I couldn't return to show in good conscience knowing that some motherfucker thought it would be quaint to show a dog getting bit in half. And even though we have the "no animals were harmed" message, it does little to ease the bad memories.



* Tropers/{{Maddoxsort}}: One episode caused me to swear off ''Family Guy''. "Dog Gone", which centered around cruelty to and even murder of dogs. More specifically, the brutal murders of dogs and even a bisection of a pup. As a fellow dog-lover whose owes most of their happiness to the existence of dogs, seeing a whole episode about dog carnage was not just fucked up, but unforgivable. After that episode I couldn't return to show in good conscience knowing that some motherfucker thought it would be quaint to show a dog getting bit in half.
16th Jun '17 9:19:51 PM Maddoxsort
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* Tropers/{{Maddoxsort}}: One episode caused me to swear off ''Family Guy''. "Dog Gone", which centered around cruelty to and even murder of dogs. More specifically, the brutal murders of dogs and even a bisection of a pup. As a fellow dog-lover whose owes most of their happiness to the existence of dogs, seeing a whole episode about dog carnage was not just fucked up, but unforgivable. After that episode I couldn't return to show in good conscience knowing that some motherfucker thought it would be quaint to show a dog getting bit in half.



* Tropers/{{Maddoxsort}}: One episode caused me to swear off ''Family Guy'' forever. "Dog Gone", which centered around cruelty to and even murder of dogs. More specifically, the brutal murders of dogs and even a bisection of a pup. As a fellow dog-lover whose owes most of their happiness to the existence of dogs, seeing a whole episode about dog carnage was not just fucked up, but unforgivable. After that episode I couldn't return to show in good conscience knowing that some motherfucker thought it would be quaint to show a dog getting bit in half.
16th Jun '17 9:17:15 PM Maddoxsort
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* Tropers/{{Maddoxsort}}: One episode caused me to swear off ''Family Guy'' forever. "Dog Gone", which centered around cruelty to and even murder of dogs. More specifically, the brutal murders of dogs and even a bisection of a pup. As a fellow dog-lover whose owes most of their happiness to the existence of dogs, seeing a whole episode about dog carnage was not just fucked up, but unforgivable. After that episode I couldn't return to show in good conscience knowing that some motherfucker thought it would be quaint to show a dog getting bit in half.
13th Jun '17 4:33:34 AM MsCC93
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* Tropers/{{MSCC93}}: I have a complaint about the episode "And I'm Joyce Kinney." What I hated about this episode was how we're supposed to feel sorry for Lois because she was exposed as a porn star by Joyce. While do I agree that what Joyce did was DisproportionateRetribution and she did eclipse her revenge, Lois is no saint and she is a terrible person and an unlikable character. She's so unlikable that it's hard to sympathize with her [[UnintentionallyUnsympathetic even when she's not being a bitch and she's actually right.]] Also, when Lois and the cheerleaders hazed and laughed at Joyce (along with the students), it's implied that Lois never got any comeuppance for her actions. I don't blame Joyce for not accepting Lois' apology, because bullying really messes people up and it ruins people's self esteem for years.
11th Jun '17 6:26:31 PM warner14
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** Tropers/{{Warner14}}: Honestly, The Simpsons being murdered in an admittedly tasteless [[DudeNotFunny "joke"]] was the point where I feel Family Guy JumpedTheShark in terms of how far the writers thought they could go with their so-called "edgy" humor and where I also feel the show [[SeasonalRot got so much worse]]. Instead of laughing at what could have been CrossesTheLineTwice, I feel a strong sense of malice behind it. If they really were fans of The Simpsons, then they wouldn't have pulled this stunt in the first place.
11th Jun '17 8:37:54 AM ninboy91
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** ninboy91: Oh, how I wanted to like this one. No doubt, Meg beating Peter up was epic, but did she REALLY have to rape him in the shower shortly after? What pissed me off the most though was how BAD Stewie got derailed here. How can a super-intelligent baby who went face to face with Osama bin Laden and Adolf Hitler be afraid of his own sister who only became a THUG after she was in prison? Brian doesn't get a pass either, sure in some episodes, he does come off as caring for Meg, but in others, he was in on the abuse as much as the others, so him trying to convince Meg to stop her actions just feels like Seth MacFarlane wanting to go back to how it was... BADLY! It's my least favorite episode ever.

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** ninboy91: Oh, how I wanted to like this one. No doubt, Meg beating Peter up was epic, but did she REALLY really have to rape him in the shower shortly after? What pissed me off the most though was how BAD bad Stewie got derailed here. How can a super-intelligent baby who went face to face with Osama bin Laden and Adolf Hitler be afraid of his own sister who only became a THUG thug after she was in prison? Brian doesn't get a pass either, sure in some episodes, he does come off as caring for Meg, but in others, he was in on the abuse as much as the others, so him trying to convince Meg to stop her actions just feels like Seth MacFarlane wanting to go back to how it was... BADLY! badly! It's my least favorite episode ever.
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