09:11:52 AM Aug 6th 2014
Somehow I think the writers might have read some Brewie fanfiction because the very idea of "Stewie Is Enceinte" sounds like a Brewie fanfic... but seriously, DO NOT WANT.
07:09:56 PM Jan 8th 2014
Did anyone else expect the writers to just bring back Brian? I knew that they wouldn't just kill him off for real
06:26:47 PM Nov 3rd 2013
Why the hell does the complaint page exist? Why doesn't every series get one? I don't really watch Family Guy anymore, but making a complaint page for only it and not any other series, (like South Park, or the Simpsons) is biased as hell. "Complaining About Shows You Don't Like"?
01:35:17 AM Nov 4th 2013
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08:27:11 AM Jul 21st 2013
Apparently, Family Guy and The Simpsons have been confirmed for an hour-long crossover as a premiere episode for The Simpsons' 25th season premiere. Also, there are plans to kill off one of the main Griffin members and have them replaced with a new addition, as well as talks for an American Dad! movie.
12:53:00 PM May 6th 2013
Someone deleted my edit on the Recap page where I said that season 10 was where the show tones down on Meg's Butt-Monkey status. I actually mean that since recently, there were episodes, subplots or not, centered around her, and the more recent subplots don't have her screwed over all that much.
04:58:12 PM Mar 14th 2012
12:48:08 AM Sep 9th 2011
How did fans figure out that Brian's views reflect that of the show's creator? I've watched pretty much every episode of the show (on TV) and have yet to find a connection between Brian and Seth Macfarlane other than voice acting.
01:51:17 AM Sep 9th 2011
Well, Macfarlane's hardcore democrat supporter and badmouthed republcans on many occasions, he's an atheists and has shown contempt for religion as well, is a gay right supporter and supports pot legalization. Not only Brian hold those same views, but Macfarlane himself has admitted it too.
07:00:25 AM Sep 9th 2011
Just as I thought. So why exactly did he decide to use Brian as a mouthpiece? To piss people off?
07:58:04 AM Sep 9th 2011
To make people aware of his thoughts and beliefs. In all fairness, he isn't the first one who do it, that's why there's the trope Author Avatar. I don't know if that was his intention, but he did piss people off.
11:15:52 AM Sep 9th 2011
Also, why did Seth suddenly have Quagmire, who was more-or-less a friend of Brian, suddenly turn into an enemy? To piss the fans off even further? Sure, the rant was justified, but couldn't some other character do it? Ugh!!! Seth is such a fucking asshole.
07:41:56 PM Oct 28th 2011
Between all the cutaway gags, Stewie gay jokes, and Meg abuse, Seth's definitely a creature of habit. BTW, page needs a link to the D Mo S section.
11:29:30 PM Feb 26th 2012
OK... intention or not... why exactly DOES Brian being Seth's mouthpiece piss people off? Yes, he seems to hate religion and the right wing and makes bad jokes about both... but what's the big deal? Granted, I do like the earlier Brian (pre Season 4) better , but I don't outright hate the new one to the point of complaining. PS - I kinda apologize for the last post. I wasn't really being myself.
02:29:51 PM Feb 27th 2012
It's not really the issue of Seth's views on certain issues, but the problem many people are seeing is Seth using a character to represent his views when the audience just want to see the jokes/gags and not hear some guy using a cartoon dog to go on a political/religious rant. The whole bit with Quagmire hating Brain for all that and more is Seth's way of saying "I acknowledge how much of a douche Brain was becoming so I'll have someone you'll least expect to trash him."