Family Guy Reviews

Family Guy Review: Toast House

Family Guy Review: Toast House

On the season finale of Family Guy, Stewie wished he'd never been born. So he decided to use his time machine to prevent his own birth. Nothing could go wrong with that, right?
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Family Guy Review: Roof Baby

Family Guy Review: Roof Baby

This week on Family Guy, Cleveland finally returned to Quahog. But was picking up where he left off harder than he expected? Find out in our review!
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Family Guy Review: Night Moves

Family Guy Review: Night Moves

This week on Family Guy, Meg and Peter finally bonded - perhaps a little too hard. Is there such a thing as too much parental love? Find out in our review!
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Family Guy Review: Garofaruffalo

Family Guy Review: Garofaruffalo

This week on Family Guy, Peter became more intelligent in order to impress Lois. But was becoming more intelligent actually a dumb idea? Find out in our review!
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Family Guy Review: Whip It Good

Family Guy Review: Whip It Good

This week on Family Guy, Stewie caught herpes from Brian and Peter lost his favorite bar booth. Chaos! Were the Griffin men able to restore order to their lives? Find out in our review!
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Family Guy Quotes

Hi, I'm Wilford Brimley and I have diabetes. It hurts me to pee and it causes me to be short with my family. I can't sleep at night. The other day I stubbed my toe and took it out on the dog. And two weeks ago I ran out of vanilla ice cream and struck my wife. Then I find out my wife has been dead for six years. Who the hell did I hit?

Wilford Brimley

Brian: You know, Connie, I think I have a theory about why you're such a bitch.
Connie: Excuse me?
Meg: Brian, let's just go.
Brian: No, no, no, no, no. Now hang on... hang on, Meg, hang on. You see, Connie, you're popular because you developed early and started putting out when you were 12. But now you can't stand to look at yourself in the mirror because all you see is a whore. So, you pick on Meg to avoid the inevitable realization that once your body's used up by age 19, you're going to be a worn-out, chalky-skinned burlap sack that even your step-dad won't want. How's that? Am I in the ballpark?
(Connie cries and runs)