Family Guy > Family Guy Review: Blasphemy! Heresy! Sodomy! > Comments Page 2
@Drew It's true that it's illegal for parents to refuse life saving treatment for their kids. However, even though the situational context was fictional (at least in relation to America)the message was clear: religious people are ignorant. I, for one, am glad that Seth Mcfarlene isn't easing up on religion.
The rock thing was obviously for the The Flintstones reboot.
It's illegal for parents to refuse life-saving treatment for children (e.g. a blood transfusion for a child of a Jehovah's Witness when the child is hemorrhaging). This episode simply engineered a ridiculous situation to pair with religious characters to make religious people in general appear crazy and criminal by simple association. It's disgusting. The Family Guy writers seem so inexplicably enraged by people who believe in God and practice religion that they resort to grade-school tactics to vilify them.
He wasn't stealing your comment, he was correcting it because your English was so bad. If you want people to take you seriously, do it with language that wouldn't get you an F on a 3rd grade paper.
Aside from the grammar issues, there are many people who actually do refuse medical attention because they believe in the power of prayer. My grandmother's friend died because she had a minor injury that she refused to get treated.
Also, why did you capitalize "Nothing." Seriously, what was the thought process there?
@Aaron not cool to steal other people comment come up with your own
"Seth Macfalrlane prove one again he know Nothing about religious but i mean he a bully so who care"
*. [delete "but"]
* [insert comma after "bully"
Seth Macfalrlane prove one again he know Nothing about religious but i mean he a bully so who care
Family guy is back on form. After watching season 3 on dvd the night before this could of easilly slotted in there. One thing I will say is when a person hgets shot in the head you don't have to show the hole with the brain, in a season 3 episode peter got his head cut off by a frisbee no blood no detail and it was funnier because it wasn't so graphic. Other than that what a fabulous episode, long may they make episodes like these.
To begin with, I DO NOT say this about every new episode of a current TV show that I watch, but...I LOVED the new Family Guy episode of Livin' On A Prayer!!! From beginning to end!!! It was truly heartfelt and poignant without being too depressing. AWESOME!!! My favorite part of the episode was the opening credits. By the way, NICE HOMAGE to Little House On The Prairie (one of my all-time favorite TV shows from the 1970's)!!! I especially LOVED the part where and when Stewie accidentally fell down while running through those fields and then he started complaining. CLASSIC Stewie!!! HAHAHAHAHA!!! Seth MacFarlane...dude, ya' did an EXCEPTIONAL job with this new episode!!! Again...AWESOME!!! As always, this is Jaybird369 saying...Peace-Out.
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