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The dysfunctional Griffins of Quahog, Rhode Island, invite comparisons to The Simpsons. The testicular-chinned father, Peter Griffin, is a clueless oaf in the Homer mold. "Peter, what did you promise me last night?" asks his long-suffering wife Lois in one episode. "That I wouldn't drink at the stag party," he replies. "And what did you do?" she asks. "Drank at the stag part--oh ho ho, I almost walked into that one," he cackles. Other family members include teenage daughter Meg, a desperate high school social pariah; 13-year-old son Chris, a chip off his father's blockhead; and Brian, the family's sarcastic talking dog. But this series' true inspiration is football-pated Stewie (voiced by McFarlane, who earned an Emmy), who was born to be a Bond villain once he escaped his mother's "ovarian bastille." Family Guy recklessly ventured where The Simpsons feared to tread. In one episode, Meg's one and only friend turns out to be the member of a suicidal cult. In another, Death (voiced by Norm McDonald) becomes an unwanted houseguest. Each episode plays fast and furious with surreal flashes (in one episode, Peter turns his house into a puppet) and pop-culture references and TV, movie, and commercial parodies that invite repeated viewings. Freed from its own family-hour bastille and the whims of dim network executives, Family Guy can be appreciated at last on its own profane, sacrilegious, and irreverent terms. Welcome to the DVD family, Griffins. --Donald Liebenson
Funniest Family Guy in my opinion. Great for Star Wars and/or Family Guy fans!Published 21 days ago by Brett H.
Love Family Guy however this is not worth the money. Supposed to be uncensored. Expected it to be more that it was.Published 24 days ago by Culleen J. Zachmeyer
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I think lately the prices have been going mostly up. I keep a lot of things in my 'Saved for later' list, and I've been getting a ton of notices that the prices have gone up. Of the 5 books over $15 that I looked at today, 2 of them were more than $5 cheaper elsewhere, even including my free... Read More
Sep 16, 2008 by BostonProfessionalDad | See all 2 posts
I like the show to I just started watching it this year in fact I'm watching it right now.
Jul 31, 2008 by 80s fan | See all 2 posts