Family Guy Review: Disabled Ladies Night
Although the majority of "The Blind Side" was all about Brian and his never-ending saga to find a girlfriend, I was more focused on other matters. For starters, Family Guy does not like True Blood; in fact, this is the second time that popular series has been lampooned this season alone.
Secondly, Stewie is simply epic. To wit:
1,2,3,4 I'm dancing from my vagina.
1,2,3,4 I'm grinding, I'm grinding.
Orgasm-eyes, Orgasm-eyes, and we're done. | permalink
I’m going to ignore the part where Peter fell down the new stairs repeatedly because I didn’t find it funny or relevant to the story. And I almost forgot that Marlee Matlin was part of "The Blind Side" at all. To give such a prominent deaf actress a few paltry lines in the beginning was a waste of talent.
The bulk of the actual story fell on Brian and his wooing of Kate. Did anyone think that Brian’s ruse with Stewie would pan out? Considering that Brian beat up a rug and a ham leg and convinced Kate that he took her to the Eiffel Tower, I thought perhaps he would get away with it.
Tonight’s Family Guy reminded me why I loved it so much in the first place. Stewie is one of the best and most unique characters ever to grace our television. The best of Stewie here included his Qi-Gong, roller-derby names, interaction with Batman, and, of course, the choreography to Showgirls. When he showed up as a nurse to Brian, I just about lost it.
What did you think?What was your favorite Stewie moment? Catch the best of Stewie and everyone else, updated each week in our section of Family Guy quotes.