On the last episode of Family Guy
, everything's back to normal – no time machines, no Republican Nazi pins. Chris' boss gave Peter unlimited gas so he decided to put it to good use. He tried replacing Stewie's milk with gas or go to space, but these didn't work so they went on a family vacation somewhere. They went to ground zero in New York, and predictably got another chance to make their stance clear on invading Iraq.
Back in Quahog, Stewie made like Macaulay Culkin, home alone, and at one point he had to get a job and use Meg's hats in lieu of diapers. In a very funny sequence, Stewie went into Chris' room, got a copy of some smut magazine, and finally had the chance to get to see a woman's privates, but what he saw alarmed him and put him in a rather violent mood (pictured).
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Tonight on Family Guy
, Brian gets injured while participating on Peter's very own version of Jackass
. This has the Griffins thinking that Brian might be getting too old. Peter then brings home a new dog, and Brian leaves. As it turned out, everybody loves the replacement new Brian until he does something to one of Stewie's favorite toys.
A recent episode of Family Guy
drew some criticisms from the GOP fans when Stewie and Brian saw a McCain/Palin pin on a Nazi uniform when they time-traveled to 1939 Poland. A vocal supporter of president-elect Barack Obama, Family Guy
creator and executive producer Seth McFarlane put part of his recent $100 million deal with Fox to the campaign. Fox is obviously out to take good care of MacFarlane, as the animated series is now highest rating primetime toon, even more popular than The Simpsons.
"In all honesty, my representative said I could get that much money and I didn't stop him," MacFarlane, 35, said. "Can I spend a hundred-million dollars? No. I'll spread it around a much as I can."
-Glenn L. Diaz, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Associated Press
(Image Courtesy of Fox)