Carrie Fisher’s voice will never been forgotten — and ‘Family Guy’ is helping to make that possible. The late actress wrapped voice work on two new episodes before her sudden passing on Dec. 27.
Who else is so excited to see this? On Nov. 6, ‘Family Guy’ went there — to the iconic scene in ‘Saved by the Bell’ that will forever be GIF’d. Watch the spoof, that yes, Mark-Paul Gosselaar actually lent his voice to as Zack Morris.
Although ‘Family Guy’ used its Peter Griffin character to poke fun at Donald Trump in Oct. 2016, some internet users noted how they actually have a lot in common. Some discovered that their outspoken personalities and controversial opinions make them two of a kind. Obviously, we had to make a quiz about it! Click here to guess who said what when it comes to bizarre statements!
You knew it was coming — it’s not really a scandal, until it’s covered on ‘Family Guy.’ During the Oct. 16 episode, Peter Griffin joined Donald Trump and Billy Bush on that ‘Access Hollywood’ bus that was featured int he now infamous 2005 tape.
Move over Stewie, the One Direction boys are coming to ‘Family Guy’ — and we have a feeling it’s going to be hysterical.
One Direction may be on hiatus from singing for a bit, but you can catch them on your TV. Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, and Louis Tomlinson will be on an upcoming episode of Family Guy, which features Chris running for homecoming king. And yes, Simon Cowell is involved as well. So who’s voices were actually used?
Cyndi Lauper is one of the greatest songwriters of all time, and her songs sound amazing no matter who is singing them– even the characters on ‘Family Guy!’
This is amazing– and, as Peter Griffin would say, freakin’ hilarious. While promoting Ted 2 on June 12, star Seth MacFarlane (who voices the foul-mouthed teddy bear in the upcoming film), once again demonstrated his prolific voice talents. On The Graham Norton Show, Seth was the guest opposite his costar Mark Wahlberg and, somewhat randomly, songstress Cyndi Lauper. Naturally, host Graham Norton requested that Seth sing some of Cyndi’s biggest hits…as Family Guy‘s Peter and Stewie Griffin. Of course, Seth totally nails it. Watch the clip now!
2015 is the year that Caitlyn Jenner came out as transgender and finally showed her true self to the world, but ‘Family Guy’ actually predicted she would be ‘beautiful’ and ‘elegant’ as a woman back in 2009 — watch the clip!
Family Guy is known to be an offensive and twisted animated comedy, but who knew they were also psychic?! Caitlyn Jenner, formally known as Bruce Jenner, 65, only told the world she was transitioning in 2015, so how did Family Guy know she would be such a stunning woman? We have the exact clip where Stewie Griffin talks about Bruce being a woman in 2009.
This is too incredible to even describe. A talented voice artist decided to try out a very interesting range of characters for a certain cover song and, well, the performance definitely gets animated!
Have you ever wondered what Stewie Griffin would sound like singing Bruno Mars? Maybe not, but after watching this, you’ll probably never be able to listen to “Uptown Funk” the same way again. YouTube sensation Mikey Bolts got very creative in his cover of the hit song, and you’ll have to watch it to believe it!
Peter Griffin is always cracking jokes, but we can’t help but be worried about this one: Stewie is dead! Yes, that’s what he said on the Nov. 16 episode. Could he really be serious?! Plus, are Peter and Lois getting divorced?
The Nov. 16 episode of Family Guy ended on a shocking note. In the episode’s final moments, Peter Griffin said that Stewie died! Given the immense popularity of Stewie’s character, we’re in awe that the show would go there. However, they have killed off a popular character before, and revived him. But could this death be permanent?!
Cartoon worlds collide! The highly anticipated ‘Family Guy’ crossover event with ‘The Simpsons’ is finally here, and we’ve got exclusive scoop on what to expect to go down in Springfield when the Griffins arrive.
Family Guy‘s premiere is getting crashed by The Simpsons! The Sept. 28 crossover episode sees Peter, Louis, Meg, Chris, Stewie and Brian unexpectedly wind up in a town unknown to them, namely Springfield. When the two families hang out, chaos ensues, starting with Meg Griffin and Lisa Simpson girl-fighting! D’oh! Click to WATCH a sneak peek of “The Simpsons Guy.”
This is crossover heaven! ‘Family Guy’ and ‘The Simpsons’ are bringing their worlds into one. At Comic-Con on July 26, fans of both shows were rewarded with a special first look at the crossover episode. You have to check it out!
It’s finally happening. Two of comedy’s most beloved animated series are coming together for an epic collaboration. For Family Guy’s season premiere on Sept. 28, Stewie and the rest of the Griffin family find themselves in Springfield for a crossover episode with The Simpsons. The first sneak peek of the special was unveiled at Comic-Con and now you can watch it if you weren’t able to take in its glory in San Diego!
Taylor Swift is the center of more drama — and this time, it’s not because of Selena Gomez or Justin Bieber! The songstress was featured on ‘Family Guy’ last night. You’ve got to see this clip!
Whether you are a fan of Taylor Swift or not, you’ve got to admit, the girl takes a lot of heat in the pop culture world! Last night’s March 16 Family Guy episode put T. Swift in the spotlight, and it’s pretty darn funny. The animated series even introduced her non-so-attractive twin. Keep reading to watch Taylor in cartoon form!
Many families felt like they’d lost a loved one this past Thanksgiving when ‘Family Guy’ killed (then promptly revived) the Griffin family’s beloved canine, Brian. The show’s creator Seth MacFarlane broke his silence at Fox’s Television Critics Association press tour on Jan. 13, letting us all know that the outrage didn’t go unnoticed.
When Family Guy killed Brian Griffin on Nov. 24, Seth MacFarlane and the rest of the show’s crew were bombarded with calls, tweets, emails, and singing telegrams that all basically expressed one emotion — outrage. Seth chatted with reporters after his Fox TCA panel on Jan. 13, finally breaking his silence on how the fans’ “rage” will affect things moving forward.
Shortly after Brian’s Dec. 15 return, the ‘Family Guy’ creator finally addressed his temporary passing on Twitter.
When Brian Griffin was killed on the Nov. 24 episode of Family Guy, viewers were understandably outraged, but the most surprising part of the ordeal was creator Seth MacFarlane‘s refusal to comment on his death. Seth finally broke his silence Dec. 15, immediately after the Griffin’s family pet was brought back to life, explaining why he decided to put fans — and Brian — through hell.
Spoiler alert: Stop reading if you don’t want to know whether or not Brian returned! (Not that you’d be reading this if you didn’t want to know…)
Along with the show’s usual brand of off-color humor, fans had another reason to tune into the Dec. 15 Christmas episode of Family Guy: the promise of Brian Griffin’s (Seth MacFarlane) return from the dead! Following speculation that Stewie would wish his best friend back to life on the holiday special, faithful viewers’ questions were finally answered this Sunday.