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  • The writing is extremely crude with foul language and is definitely not for children

    • by C Mac
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      Family Guy is an animated television show about a family which includes a talking dog and genius baby, who is trying to take over the world. The show centers around patriarch, Peter Griffin, a less-than-perfect dad, similar to that of Homer Simpson, but slightly more crude.

      His wife, Lois, is an educated woman who cares about her children


      and family, but has a wild streak.

      The children are Chris, the eldest boy and the least intelligent, Meg, the uncool outcast that even her dad doesn’t like, and Stewie, the evil baby who is always plotting the demise of his mother.

      You can’t forget Brian, the talking dog, who is in love with Lois.

      They combine to ...


      • make many humorous moments.

        The writing is extremely crude with foul language and is definitely not for children.

        We always turn it off when our seven-year-old is in the room.

        Some of our favorite episodes are when Peter pretends to be a teenager and ends up making his daughter the cool kid in school.

        Another is when Brian

        dates a girl (who ended up being Drew Barrymore), and another is when we find out Peter was actually born in Mexico and is an illegal immigrant.

        This show is a good way to kill half an hour when there is nothing on television.

        It is not for everybody, and is not our favorite show, but it does make us laugh.




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