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Who needs the government? Not Peter Griffin on this episode of Family Guy.
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Family Guy Review: The Road Less Taken
Not the best episode of Family Guy this week. Read our latest review of the Fox sitcom to learn why.
Family Guy Review: Roaring 20's Tidal Wave!
A girlfriend for Stewie?!? Read on for our latest review of Family Guy and react now.
Fox Unveils Season Finale Dates
Fox has released its season finale schedule. Find out now when your favorite show will take a very extended break.
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Family Guy Review: Blasphemy! Heresy! Sodomy!
This week's Family Guy, "Livin' On A Prayer," revolves around Stewie's new best friend who is diagnosed with cancer. When Lois and Peter take him to the hospital, they find out that the parents don't believe in medical treatment.
Family Guy Review: Disabled Ladies Night
On tonight's Family Guy episode, Brian meets a new girl who turns out to be blind and hates dogs. He successfully tricks her into believing that he is human until her parents come to visit.
Family Guy Review: MQ2
Meg Griffin turned 18 on this week's Family Guy, giving Quagmire new ideas about uncharted territory. How did Peter and Lois react to "Meg and Quagmire?"
Family Guy Review: Slightly Open Robery
Carter is forced into retirement when he falls asleep behind the wheel on this week's Family Guy. Read on for a review and for the best quotes.
Family Guy Review: Prison Break
Peter and the boys take a page out of The Hangover on this week's Family Guy and embark on a boys' adventure trip. Unfortunately, they end up in the deep south and must break out of prison.
Family Guy Review: Amish Guy
Family Guy goes "Amish Guy" this week when the car breaks down and the Griffins spend some time in a Amish community. When Meg falls in love with one of the Amish, troubles ensue...
Family Guy Review: Will the Real Kevin Please Stand Up?
All of Quahog gather at the Griffins to celebrate Thanksgiving in this week's Family Guy. An unexpected guest arrives in the form of Joe's missing son.
Family Guy Review: Back to the Beginning
In an untraditional meta-episode of Family Guy, Stewie and Brian check out their past and future selves. Read our review of "Back to the Pilot" now.