Family Guy

Family Guy

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Family Guy is the hit animated sitcom schemed up by Seth MacFarlane (American Dad, The Cleveland Show and The Winner). The show was picked up by FOX and first aired in 1999, but soon after was put into the "death timeslot". Grasping for ratings from being up against Friends and Survivor, the show was cancelled in 2002.

The Family Guy DVD sets were released in mid 2003, and sales boomed. Along with this, and the high ratings from the reruns on Adult Swim, the show was re-picked up, and the new season aired on May 1st, 2005.

The show revolves around the Griffins, although mainly Peter, the fat, obnoxious, idiotic father who in the end will do anything for his family. Lois, his wife, does her best to keep things in check. Coming from a rich family (the Pewterschmidts), Lois can be elegant at certain times, and as wild as Peter at others. She's a stay-at-home mom who teaches piano in her spare time. Then there's Meg, their 16 year old daughter. Meg is socially awkward and often the bud of even her family's jokes. She'll do anything to be "in with the in crowd", but people have been known to set them selves on fire just to escape from looking at her. Chris, their 14 year old son, is somewhat mentally slow but artistically brilliant. Chris has no trouble making friends, but meeting girls is somewhat a problem for him. Stewie, the diabolically evil, super-intelligent, baby whose main focus is killing his mother Lois. And of course, Brian, the Griffin's martini sippin', dry witted, intelligent, talking dog who secretly loves Lois. Brian can enjoy a nice night at the opera with an intelligent woman, although some times his dog instincts get the best of him.

Family Guy brings a unique brand of humor to the table. It's most notable being the constant nonsensible flashbacks showing the characters doing a variety of unreal things somewhat relating to the situation at hand. After the return of the show to TV in 2005, also came a load of new critics. The most common complaint being the drastic change of Stewie's personality. Going from constant matricidal thoughts, to an infant expressing his budding homosexuality. Although, this is simply a matter of opinion. We're just lucky there's a Family Guy...

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Episode Info

Next: 14x16 -- The Heartbreak Dog (Mar/13/2016)

Meg begins working at a retirement community and starts stealing from the residents. Then Chris finds out and wants in on the heist. When the residents catch them, they blackmail them and force the thieves to listen to all of their boring stories.

Prev: 14x15 -- A Lot Going On Upstairs (Mar/06/2016)

After several sleepless nights plagued by nightmares, Stewie enlists Brian's help via his new invention to assist him in getting rid of his dreams.

Meanwhile, much to Lois' annoyance, Peter turns the attic into a mancave for him and the guys.

Available Episodes

A Lot Going On Upsta..
Mar 06, 2016
Season 14 episode 15

Underage Peter
Feb 21, 2016
Season 14 episode 14

An App A Day
Feb 14, 2016
Season 14 episode 13

Scammed Yankees
Jan 17, 2016
Season 14 episode 12

The Peanut Butter Ki..
Jan 10, 2016
Season 14 episode 11

Candy Quahog Marshma..
Jan 03, 2016
Season 14 episode 10

A Shot in the Dark
Dec 13, 2015
Season 14 episode 9

Seth MacFarlaneSeth MacFarlane
voiced Peter Griffin | Stewie Griffin | Brian Griffin | Various Characters
Alex BorsteinAlex Borstein
voiced Lois Griffin | Various Characters
Seth GreenSeth Green
voiced Chris Griffin | Various Characters
Mila KunisMila Kunis
voiced Meg Griffin (S02+)
Mike Henry (1)Mike Henry (1)
voiced Cleveland Brown | Various Characters (S05+)
Lacey ChabertLacey Chabert
voiced Meg Griffin (S01)



Reviews: 61
belabored and needlessly sardonicRating: 20 likes, 1 dislikes

If you enjoy the Archer animation you'll like this flavor of humor

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Review posted on Sunday, March 3rd 2013 at 11:45 am


Reviews: 38
penisRating: 15 likes, 1 dislikes

this show is unusually fond of penis "humor"
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Review posted on Monday, October 28th 2013 at 5:51 am


Reviews: 58
Wickedly funny show ...Rating: 11 likes, 21 dislikes

I'm not quite sure that Family Guy can be compared to other adult animated series out there these days, this series has a unique type of humour - almost to the point of surrealism. The gags can be read on so many levels and I can honestly say I've never managed to watch an episode without laughing out loud. Read more

Review posted on Tuesday, October 10th 2006 at 3:59 am

9 reviews available
4x13: Jungle Love recap: It's Freshman year for Chris, and things aren't exactly going well. Because of a few mishaps, and inhuman highschool traditions, Chris decides to flee the country and join the peacecore. Suprisingly he fits in well there, and easily becomes adapted to the native land he is sent to. Back at home, Peter is excited about his new job at the beer factory, but it's a major bummer once he gets there. Because of his uncontrol when it comes to beer, Peter is always being de-moted which makes him feel like a nothing.
The family decides to go find Chris and bring him back home when they recieve a letter saying he's married a native girl! But once they are there Peter becomes sort of a king. Making him not want to leave. Things are bound to get rough.
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4x12: Perfect Castaway recap: The fish pickings are becoming slim, and Peter is earning less and less money because of it. He even has to fire Santos and Pasqual! Being the "man of the family" Peter feels he has to do all he can, and decides to go out far into the sea, for some good fish pickings. Joe, Quagmire, and Cleveland, decide to come with him. Once out there, the fishing is great as they thought. But the weather becomes brutle, and the four become stranded on a deserted island. At home Lois holds a funeral for Peter, and Brian vowes to hold the family together. On the island, the castaways aren't exactly adapting well, but it doesn't matter. A tourist boat drives by, sees them, and rescues them. Back to civilization, Peter is reunited with his family. Things have changed. Brian has married Lois! Peter wants the marriage ended, so he can go back to Lois, but Lois can't do that to Brian. Peter is sent packing. Soon, the lust takes over, and Lois and Peter begin "fooling around" with each other behind Brians back. Because of Stewie, Brian finds out and goes to bust them. Once he's there he overhears Lois telling Peter she can't do this to Brian. Brian is now left with 2 choices: End the marriage and give Lois back to Peter, or continue living the lie... read more.

4x11: Peter's Got Woods recap: Because of Peter's pure laziness Brian goes to one of Megs PTA meetings. Once there, he meets the most amazing women of his life, who is a teacher at Megs school, and black. In a desperate attempt to impress her on a date, Brian suggests Megs highschool, "James Woods High" be changed to honor Martin Luther King Jr. While spending all of this time with her, Peter feels like him and Brian are growing apart. The Martin Luther King Jr. Idea spreads fast, and Peter isn't happy about it. When it is in the voting process at the next meeting, Peter shows up with the real James Woods. His plan backfires, James is happy with renaming the school in honor of Martin Luther. But it refires when the school, so impressed by Woods modesty, decides to keep the school named after Woods. This makes Brian angry at Peter for destroying his idea, and making him realize the truth, that he was only doing it to impress her. But that doesn't change anything, Brian is still mad, and James Woods fills the spot as Peters new best friend, making Brian jealous. Eventually, Peter and Brian make up, but theres still 1 problem: How do they get rid of James Woods?
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4x10: Model Misbehavior recap: Peter and Lois take the family up to visit Lois' parents "the Pewterschmidts". While there Lois looks through her old room and finds her old modeling pictures. This brings back old memories and she remembers it was her father who stopped her from becoming the model she wanted to be. Peter finds out there is a boat racing competition Mr. Pewterschmidt is in. In another attempt to impress Lois' father, he tries to join Mr. Pewterschmidts team. He is of course rejected by Mr. Pewterschmidt. In order to show him; the whole family races in the race with a bath tub and wins. Lois realizes her anger at her father for not letting her model and tells him she will become one no matter what. Back at Quahog Lois gets a small modeling job from Mort Goldman at Goldmans pharmacy. This career soon kicks off, and Lois adapts very well. But when her model attitude goes to far Peter fears he has lost the old Lois. Things become worse when Lois recieves dieting pills. Peter gathers Mr. Pewterschmidt for help. But is not sure if he can get her back. Meanwhile, Brian finds out he has worms. He doesn't want the family to know but Stewie soon finds out. Brian must find a way to pay the vet bill and coincidentally Stewie has just gone into the "Money Scam" bizz to make money and has made his room the headquarters. He lends Brian the money and now Brian must work off the money. Things soon heat up between the two.
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2x1: Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater recap: Lois is having her Aunt Marguerite over for an entire week! Peter is not happy about this, as he does not have a very good relationship with her... read more.
Recurring Guests

Danny Smith (1) as Various (176 eps)
Patrick Warburton as Superman (176 eps)
John Viener as Various (173 eps)
Alec Sulkin as Caveman #3 (128 eps)
Ralph Garman as Dustin Hoffman (124 eps)
Adam West as Mayor Adam West (99 eps)
Seth MacFarlane as Glenn Quagmire | Carter Pewterschmidt (84 eps)
Johnny Brennan (1) as Various (69 eps)
Chris Cox as Various (59 eps)
Lori Alan as Diane Simmons (57 eps)

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Classification: Animation
Genre: Adult Cartoons | Comedy
Status: Returning Series
Network: FOX ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: January 31, 1999
Episode Order: 21
• FG (Abbreviation)
• Głowa rodziny (Used In Poland)
• I Griffin (Used In Italy)
• Šeimos bičas (Used In Lithuania)
• Uma Família Da Pesada (Used In Brazil)
• Гриффины (Used In Russia)
• איש משפחה (Used In Israel)
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