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!
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?!
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.
Would you watch a ‘Family Guy’ spin-0ff, starring Brian? Read on for our exclusive scoop!
Family Guy’s creative team is scrambling, following massive public outcry over the death of Brian Griffin, a Fox source tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively. In fact, we’re told that fans’ overwhelming response could prompt a return from the beloved pooch — perhaps in the form of a spin-off series.
Kristen, don’t pay one bit of attention to the ‘Family Guy’ diss about your hygiene. You should focus on all the amazing things in your life, like your strong relationship with Robert Pattinson.
Kristen Stewart — Family Guy just featured you on its April 28 episode, but you weren’t a guest star — you were the butt of a joke. In fact, they made fun of your butt! In the episode, Lois Griffin says, “Someone should write ‘Wash Me’ in the dust on [Kristen’s] flat ass.” While the joke may seem harsh, it’s evident that your boyfriend Robert Pattinson is a big fan of your sexy body. There’s no truth behind the joke; you have an amazing body, so just laugh it off!
The joke really wasn’t funny, but hey, I’ll take any ‘True Blood’ I can get. Is it next summer yet?
Just when I thought I’d seen Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) have sex with vampires in every way imaginable — in a graveyard, on a drug trip, etc. — along came the Sept. 25 episode of Family Guy to present Sookie’s fang-banging in the most unthinkable form yet: animated!
The voice actress thinks Sarah needs to lighten up! Who do YOU agree with?
Sarah Palin made a big stink earlier this week about the Feb. 14 Family Guy episode that featured a character with Down syndrome. In the episode, the character says her mom is the former governor of Alaska — clearly a reference to Sarah’s son Trig, who also has Down syndrome. Now the voice actress, 39-year-old Andrea Fay Friedman, is speaking out in support of the episode! “I guess former Governor Palin does not have a sense of humor,” Andrea writes in an e-mail to the New York Times. “I thought the line … was very funny. I think the word is ‘sarcasm.’ In my family, we think laughing is good. My parents raised me to have a sense of humor and to live a normal life. My mother did not carry me around under her arm like a loaf of French bread the way former Governor Palin carries her son Trig around looking for sympathy and votes.” Read more & vote!