WTF Family Guy?

Discussion in 'General' started by ryoung57, Nov 25, 2013.

  1. britx303

    britx303 I H8

    That show was good for about five episodes when it was new,then got repetitive.
  2. turbodogs02

    turbodogs02 Just batting at the bunny

    I didn't see the episode last night, but I couldn't believe it when my buddy at work told me what happened....they should have just gone ahead and killed Meg instead.

    And I agree about the Futurama episode with Fry's dog...:(.....For a damn cartoon, that one really got me.
  3. Woofentino Pugr

    Woofentino Pugr Phoenix 4/03 to 5/30/12

    Thats how I felt. Really stupid to ise the same joke structure over and over and over and over.... Kind of like how stale the Simpsons got.
  4. kanatuna

    kanatuna You can't polish a turd..

    I love Family Guy
  5. The governor is back too!
  6. Blammo

    Blammo Well-Known Member

    I lost it when I first saw that episode…and that was when my dog was still alive. :( I can't even think about it now.
  7. ped

    ped Banned

    folks, there's no way to get a titanium capacitor
  8. Repo Man

    Repo Man 50 years of Yamaha GP!!


    Wonder what happens to Brian's Prius??? :p
  9. Repo Man

    Repo Man 50 years of Yamaha GP!!

    FAIL!!!! :Poke: :p
  10. Repo Man

    Repo Man 50 years of Yamaha GP!!

    And the musicals are *epic*... :bow:
  11. backcountryme

    backcountryme Word to your mother.

    I like Family Guy, also like American Dad, but I love Futurama.
  12. stk0308

    stk0308 Well-Known Member

  13. rk97

    rk97 Well-Known Member

    Seth MacFarlane has acknowledged it's past its prime. He made some generic statement about animated shows having an 8-season lifespan at most. I think Family Guy was in its 6th or 7th year at that point, and he acknowledged that part of the reason they were continuing was out of obligation to the writing staff.

    It's got to be a weird position for someone like Seth MacFarlane (who i'm sure is financially secure at this point) to balance his own priorities for the show with the weight of basically firing a writing and production staff when he decides the show is over.

    Killing off Brian just gives Seth less voice work to do, and frees up his time for the other shows he's involved with. Or maybe it's a calculated move to start ending the show.
  14. cha0s#242

    cha0s#242 12 inch pianist

    That's the problem. His other shows completely suck balls.
  15. NemesisR6

    NemesisR6 Gristle McThornbody

    Considering that he does the voices for Peter, Stewie, Quagmire, and a lot of other ancillary characters, I highly doubt his voicework schedule was the issue.

    I see the killing off of Brian as simply an effort to drum up a lot of interest in a show that has yet again started to wain heavily over the last few seasons, just as it did before the first time it was cancelled.
  16. rocalotopus

    rocalotopus thick member

    RIP Brian, the only liberal on Fox

    The bar's been raised about three notches.

    Archer has blown e'rrythang out the water. Fox show too.....
  17. ryoung57

    ryoung57 Off his meds

  18. Crybaby™

    Crybaby™ Well-Known Member

    Well there you go. He's back. Now everyone can stop being sad about a cartoon

    Now I'm going back to watching National Lampoons Christmas. Where they just fried a cat. Not that you dog lovers would care :)
  19. Montoya

    Montoya Well-Known Member

    Not much longer until it returns :beer:
  20. gpstar748

    gpstar748 Well-Known Member


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