Director(s): Seth MacFarlane
IMDB Rating: 8.5
The Griffin household includes two teenagers, a cynical dog who is smarter than everyone else, and an evil baby who makes numerous attempts to eradicate his mother. Heading up this eclectic household is Peter Griffin. Peter does his best to do whats right for the family, but along the way, he makes mistakes that are the stuff of legends.
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Alienator Donut (16 May 2013)
Family Guy is one of the funniest shows (in my opinion) that I've seen!I like animated shows like The Simpsons and South Park, Family Guy isanother one of my favourites.The characters are all likable, and out of all of the characters; oneof my personal favourites would be Peter Griffin, he is a likable dad,he is crazy, but he makes me laugh, his silliness often gives HomerSimpson a run for his money! I also like Stewie Griffin, he reminds meof a darker version of Maggie Simpson! Stewie's attempts to murder hermother: Lois, often go quite awry!Pop culture and famous fictional characters are parodied on a regularbasis to keep the audience howling with laughter, even if it doesn'talways relate to the story. Family Guy is a great show with somethingfor everyone, whether they like the show it or not, it is guaranteed tomake someone laugh at least once.9/10 Written By Alienator Donut.
DraginBallZ (16 May 2013)
The rest of the episodes, I've got on the computer...This is by far one of the funniest shows of all time. This show is fullofsatire, pop-culture references, and slapstick. Seth MacFarlane hasexcellently blended these elements to create a show that keeps youlaughingwith unexpected twists and turns.Yeah, I'm a fan of the Simpson's, and this show is like the Simpson's inseveral areas. But there are several more areas where they differ. TheSimpson's are usually much more realistic and a family. Family Guyexploitsthe families problems and is often very far-fetched. Which creates adifferent hilarity than the Simpson's.I don't understand Fox. They push that insipid Malcolm in the Middle likenone other, not even realizing it succeeds because they put it right afterthe Simpson's. They easily could have put Family Guy there, and had a twohour animation block that would have kept audiences rolling. But, no,lifeis not perfect.To sum it up, it's a great show, it deserves more credit than it got,watchit on Cartoon Network, and maybe notice that recently, Simpson's havecopiedsome ideas from it.
jjjm23 (13 May 2013)
family guy is amazingly funny. their ideas and plots are alwayshilarious. they take the idea of the simpsons and go with it where theywouldn't. they are more vulgar than the simpsons but that seems to makethe show funnier. family guy actually does look like a simpsons do-over. peter- stupid dad lois- confusing while she would marry a fat oafchris- oldest son meg- middle daughter stuie- baby. outline looksexactly like the simpsons yet the characters personalities arecompletely different which is what makes the show so darn funny. thisis defiantly a remake of the simpsons but who cares i mean itshilarious!!!
slipknoticus (12 May 2013)
I know this is a relatively new show on TV, considering shows like thesimpsons, but it is one of my favs now. The show does seem to takethings from other shows and the flashbacks do get a bit annoying, butit makes up for it with good old retard humor. A lot of people don'tlike this show because it is VERY racist and has a lot of sexual humor,but people need to learn to laugh at themselves sometimes. Shows likethis will be remembered by certain scenes off the show, like Petersinging can't touch me. Don't know why so many people complain, I thinkthat's the reason there is a channel button on the remote. My opinionis this show is great, many many laughs off it, hoping for many more tocome, a kind of new simpsons for people older than 10. One of the fewshows I enjoy on TV, and hope they start showing it more than twice amonth. Don't judge before you watch at least 3 episodes, promise you'lllaugh a few times.
Mister_City_Policeman (09 May 2013)
Family Guy doesn't have much of a lasting appeal and isn't all thatfunny in my opinion. Its comedy relies on shock value and randomness. Ido not think the show really pushes any boundaries, but when it does(usually Peter saying something incredibly racist or sexist), it ismore often than not in bad taste and garners no laughs. In fact, Ithink this show is about as edgy as Mind of Mencia, possibly the worstshow on Comedy Central (but I'll save that critique for another time).If you need shock comedy, I would suggest South Park as that providesmore laughs and has recently up'd its satire and topical aspects.The randomness part of Family Guy greatly contributes to itsnonexistent lasting appeal and the show's increasing mediocrity. Thecut away jokes that produce much of the randomness, get repetitive andoften fall flat. While randomness can be initially funny, it gets oldquick and, I find, can hardly ever be appreciated as good writing. Notto praise the preachy South Park, but I think they did a great job of"calling" out the Family Guy writers weak writing, and still making funof themselves.This leaves the show's comedy up to the characters. This is a badthing. Much like Mad TV's reoccurring characters, the cast of FamilyGuy is a collection of idiots* who come off as more annoying and smug(when they reference celebrities and politicians) rather than funny.Many characters are one dimensional, and seem like place holders orrandom plot devices. Often, you can take a line from one character andgive it to any other character and no one would know. Brian is the mostcomplete, unique and least annoying character the show has to offer.Others complain about its frequent 1980s pop culture references, but Isee the real problem is that, for the most part, the show's demographicdidn't live through the 80s, but instead were "cultured" by 30 hours ofVH1's I love 80s. Any show that relies on these types of culturereferences is risking laughs because the audience may very likely notknow what is being referenced.Many also complain that the show is just a rip off of The Simpsons.While the family setting, characters and jokes can very often be linkedto Simpsons counterparts, The Simpsons isn't all that original of ashow either, though more so than Family Guy. As they say, there isnothing new under the sun.Lastly, though there is worse out there, the animation is undeniablypoor and simple. Some may say that animation doesn't matter, just likegraphics with video games, but I would be quick to disagree. As withother media, cartoons and games are a form of art, and a lack of styleor quality is a flaw. Both are absent in the board and expressionlessFamily Guy. Even South Park has some style, and actually contributes tothe feel that the show is about fourth graders. And while The Simpsonsisn't too much better, Groening's Futurama blows the competition awayin all American cartoon television series**.Fans are sure to cite that as long as the show makes you laugh, thenit's done its job. To some, it's funny, but to others, I suspect, it isa show they once very much enjoyed but now sit through syndicatedepisodes not laughing anymore, as do I. With jokes that fail more oftenthan not, that cannot provide laughs for multiple viewings, andincreasingly annoying characters, I find Family Guy to be, overall, abad comedy show/cartoon. I do not mean to come off as apseudo-intellectual, and if you consider my reasons and reasoning, Ithink you'll find them to be valid and decently supported.* Idiots as in silly and over-the-top; that is not an insult. ** Forsome reason, I always group The Simpsons, Futurama, Family Guy, SouthPark, American Dad, and King of the Hill as competing cartoons and fromseparate from shows on Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network.
gta3expert1989 (08 May 2013)
This show even though seems like a rip off of the Simpsons, often timesit does better. Seth Mac Farlane made the characters much dumber thenthe Simpsons or South Park to make it funnier. And I love the 80's popculture references. Seth MacFarlane is a genius, and I don't just saythat because he's from my home state of Connecticut. I give it a 9instead of a 10 for several reasons. I'm normally not offended easilybut sometimes the show goes too far. Like when they say Stewie playedMArco Polo with Helen Keller, they show him swimming in the pool saying"Marco...Marco" I thought that was just terrible. Or the time whenPeter's father says something to Brian who's not Christian. Brian said"Thats very Christian, believe what I say or i'll hurt you." thenGrandpa Griffin hits Brian with a rolling pin over the head. I'm notthe best or most devoted Christian in the world but I still found itoffensive. Other then that...good show.
TheExpatriate700 (30 April 2013)
Family Guy is a hilarious example of the explosion of more adult-themedanimation that has taken place over the past ten years. One of theearliest and most successful of the genre, it plays like a combinationof The Simpsons and South Park, blended together with a puree of popculture references.Family Guy has evolved over the seasons-and the two cancellationperiods. If you watch the earliest episodes, they are much tamer thanthose that followed in the second and third seasons, almost as if thewriters were unsure of how far they could go. Furthermore,thecharacters, within the limits of a half hour sitcom, have themselvesevolved. Brian in particular has been fleshed out well.This is never going to be great drama, and it is certainly notsomething you would show to the children. Nevertheless, if you want agood laugh, this show is the place to go.
music232 (30 April 2013)
Family Guy.....what can i say? It can be funny and stupid. The showscharacters, Peter Griffin- the fat dad. Lois Griffin- stay at home momStewie Griffin- baby who wants Lois to die. Megan Griffin- the girlthat everyone hates. Chris Griffin- the fat kid, who'll probably be inevery relation to Peter someday. But he's a nice kid. Brian- thetalking dog.Some may compare Family Guy to the Simpsons. It's hard to compare ashow that has been around for twice as long as the other. (Simpsons- 20years, Family Guy- 9 or 10 years depending on if they've made any newepisodes recently) However, since the plots are similar, people docompare.Some of the Family Guy episodes have definitely made me laugh, hard.With those that were funny, there came the ones that were, eh. Thehumor used in Family Guy is not quite as low key as the Simpsons. Thehumor is more open because Family Guy is mainly directed toward +14 yrsold. They can mix and mash, doesn't matter. With the Simpsons, you'remore limited with the jokes because kids as young as 9 or 10 watch it.Family Guy isn't really put together good when it comes to characters.A surprise could come to you in any episode, which is good and bad. TheSimpsons was well thought out when making the characters. Even thoughboth of these family's are your typical American family(not includingthe talking dog and the talking baby.) Back when most of the Family Guyepisodes were funny, I would watch repeats over and over. Not eventhinking about the Simpsons. Getting sick of these repeats and waitingvery impatiently for some new episodes. When I found out that a newepisode was coming, I promised myself I would watch it. When it camearound, I was disappointed. That's when the show pretty much went downhill and I hardly ever watch it now. Unless it's repeats from olderepisodes. The Simpsons pretty much has gone through this but also comesup in some episodes.I wouldn't say I like one better than the other because they are bothunique in there own way. Both have had there ups and downs.older episodes of Family Guy- 8/10 newer episodes- of Family Guy- 3/10
Salazar (27 April 2013)
"The Simpsons" is the most successful cartoon ever made. I love "TheSimpsons". Unfortunately, when you get a successful cartoon, peoplecopy it. "Family Guy" is an exact plagiarism of "The Simpsons". I giveit a 6/10 'cause I consider it mildly entertaining, but the reason whythis show is rather successful is because nearly all of the jokes aretaken from "The Simpsons". "Family Guy" has made me laugh quite a bit(another reason for the 6); even I admit that "The Simpsons" recycledjokes are rather funny as well as it's original jokes. Now I couldwriting this comment all night listing why it's a plagiarism of "TheSimpsons", but I won't.Final Verdict: Stick with "The Simpsons".
lollyshaun (27 April 2013)
Don't get my wrong family guy is a good comedy. It was a great changefrom the repetitive canned laughter shows that have plagued our TV'sfor decades. Characters such as Quagmire and... well Quagmire are unforgettable. The show is an obvious rip off of shows such as The Simpsons, and triesto blend humour from South Park with a sort college guy sarcastic oneline jokes the kind of which you'd expect to hear down at your localbar.None of the shows episodes stand which is down to the fact that familyguy's writers are manatee's which use think balls to think up plots.OK i'll stop with the clichÃ© south park fan boy references.Just go watch the south park episodes Cartoon wars parts 1 + 2 whichwill pretty much give you the most hilarious and true review any couldever write.Trey parker Matt stone ?? Geniuses....Seth MacFarlane? Decent but with big let downs.Part of my hate towards family guy is just that it is so amazinglyoverrated.
schiess93 (26 April 2013)
Family Guy has been hilarious for so long but I feel like it lost it'ssharp and random humor at the start of season 6. Although I enjoyedBlue Harvest, it felt like the remaining episodes were "wrapping-up" -episodes where the producers made little attempt to fulfill FamilyGuy's reputation of American social satire.I have seen all the episodes from season 7 and I was utterly surprisedand happy that Family Guy has found their true colors again. Season 7delivers a lot of fantastic episodes and with a lot of jokes about thecurrent situations in America which is exactly what we need right now -more fun.I feel that the Simpsons has lost its spark all together, this show,however, has made a terrific recovery from going down to proving howperfectly satirical they can be. Great job!
bardylis (26 April 2013)
Have you ever seen one of those shows that became so popular that itcould eventually get away with any crummy nonsense and repetitivehalfhearted gimmicks that it's creators can get away with? If youhaven't, then you've never seen Family Guy.Fans of the show seem to think of it as witty, edgy, and poignant. It'snone of these, it is however dull, repetitive, insulting, anduninspired.The "humor" of the show comes from two sources.1) Irrelevant idiocy. The show often has flashbacks to things that havenothing to do with the plot and are mostly just absurd and pointless.And then there's the random movie references in which the showscharacters reenact a scene from a popular movie without effectivelyparodying it . . . or parodying it at all(which ISN'T FUNNY!!!!!).2) the same crap that's in every episode the show. The one guy is asexual deviant with STD's, AHA HA! Isn't that funny?! Hey, ya knowwhat's even funnier? Making the same joke about him anywhere betweenone and fifteen times in a single episode. And don't just tell itnumerous times in a single episode, make sure you drag it out so thatan entire scene is devoted just to telling the one joke. Now alsoimagine that this same routine is used over and over again forpractically every character in the whole series.The offbeat "un-PC" humor isn't as "un-PC" as they would have youbelieve, mostly they just say whatever morons think about the latestnewspaper headlines, politicians, and random celebrities.The series had it's moments, but now I think it's time just take theshow off the air and be done with it.You know what IS funny? I still like this more than Nausicaa of thevalley of the wind.
FoxWolf87 (23 April 2013)
If I were to rate this show when it first aired... it would have a ten.As it is now... I just can't bring myself to give the whole series aten.The first five seasons of this show are hysterical. There would be theoccasional bad episode, but overall, they were witty, funny, random,and extremely well written. The show gave me a lot of good laughs everyepisode with jokes written around pop culture and real life.Now... it just seems like they've stopped trying.There is a difference between referencing pop culture and writing ajoke around pop culture. Writing a joke about a pop culture iconcombines reference and humor to create a funny joke. Referencingsomething is when you just copy something that's been done with newcharacters.All family guy episodes seem to do now is reference. For example, theytook the ENTIRE SPOCK BURIAL SCENE from Star Trek II and ONLY changedthe characters. No joke. Just reference.This used to be one of my favorite shows on television, but I stoppedwatching it this past season because it stopped being funny altogether.They just steal a couple of scenes from other places, create a looseplot, and run with it.It HAS BECOME the South Park parody of the show.In early episodes, the jokes were entertaining, funny, and evenrelevant to the plot. (The licking frogs episode has some hilariousdrug PSA references).Now... it's just a shell of its former self.For me... everything after Blue Harvest gets steadily worse.I'd recommend watching the first 5 seasons, Blue Harvest, then stoppingbefore you're disappointed.Entire series gets 8/10... the average of the 7 seasons so fartogether.(Seasons 1-4 = 10/10. Season 5 = 8/10. Season 6 = 6/10. Season 7 =3/10.)
dpoll390 (22 April 2013)
FAMILY GUY IS THE FRIGGIN BEST SHOW ON TELEVISION, THE WHOLE THING ISPERFECT! Seth MacFarlane is one of the greatest minds to hittelevision, and I'm so glad he did. He took funny to a new level,knowing full well that he was not limited by the laws of human naturewith an animated series. He knew EXACTLY what it meant to have ananimated serious. It meant he could do ANYTHING he wanted to with it.The show is quick witted, fast as lightening, jokes come fromeverywhere and they are all so perfectly timed and well organized. Somepeople say this show is dirty, filthy, blasphemous and racist...wellyou're damn right it is but there is not ONE thing that these guys leftout to make fun of. They tackle every race, every religion, everycelebrity, every potty joke, every sex joke, they get it all, so Ithink that by being SO racist as to make fun of everyone, they aren'treally racist...see where I'm going? huh? It's OK, you don't have to.This show is the best. Laugh at yourself to you're bound to feelinsulted in some way. Funniest show ever.
strife82 (20 April 2013)
Man oh man, talk about a fall from grace...to be perfectly honest, I'venever liked this show. Even from its very humble, "Simpsons" ripofffirst season to its reinvention thanks to Adult Swim, "Family Guy"'sexistence only serves to prove that you can push the envelope so manytimes until you come off as middle school-esquire and desperate.Nothing in this show has ANY redeemable value with this viewer, and astime and seasons progressed, everything about it became cheaper, lamer,and more retardation-inducing. What does the show have to offer ascomedy as 2010 rolls in? Goofy being a part of 9/11? Quagmire going ona seven minute rant about why he hates Brian? The fact that this showstill garners viewers only goes to prove that the television viewingpublic has gotten stupider and more vapid as time progresses. Simplyput, this is one of the worst things on TV today, alongside "TheCleveland Show", "30 Rock", and the American version of "The Office".Congrats, Seth MacFarlane, I really hope that 100 million dollars wasworth giving up your soul and credibility. Cancel this right now.
KatiesGhost (19 April 2013)
"Family Guy" is an example of a "hit and miss" kind of show. Sometimesit's great, sometimes it's horrible. You don't know until you watchsome of the episodes.Usually, if you watch the older episodes from 1999-2002, they're great,hilarious, and sweet. They focused on how each of their lives were,like if the main bar gets closed, or if something wrong goes on atChris and Meg's school, and so on. They also had musical numbers on theshow which were great! They were all very catchy and fun.If you watch the newer episodes when the show was brought back in 2003,sometimes the show can be just violent, offensive, or crude. They focusTOO much on the flashbacks or too much of Herbert, who started off as aminor character in the older episodes but then he becomes a supportingcharacter.Though, if you ever watch the episode guest-starring Frank Sinatra Jr.,it's one of the newer episodes but it's great! It's just like it wasone of the older episodes.But all in all, Family Guy is a "hit and miss" show. You might like it,you might not.
mirosuionitsaki2 (18 April 2013)
Banned by South Africa, Iran, Vietnam, China, Egypt, Poland, SouthKorea, Malaysia, and India, I can see why. This show's jokes cansometimes take it too far and offend someone or a whole group ofpeople. This was shown on South Park's episodes, "Cartoon Wars I & II"which never happened to Family Guy. It was a parody of South Park's"Super Best Friends" when they showed Muhammad. Anyways, I don't mindthe jokes or anything. It is funny, and can sometimes teach a lesson atthe end.. until Peter ruins it.Lois Griffin reminds me of "The Nanny's" Fran Drescher with her"machine-gun" laugh and her nasal voice. I think that she was actuallya parody of her. That's just my theory.I am so glad that this show is not canceled anymore. It is consideredone of the funniest adult cartoons that hit the scene since TheSimpsons, although The Simpsons is coming back to popularity since themovie.In my conclusion, this show is sick, cruel, horrible, hysterical,dramatic.. All because of a man known as Peter Griffin.
SMTLNOB (17 April 2013)
Smart, near to the knuckle, but usually very funny showthatwon me over with the abundance of clever 'in' jokes, usuallythrough the use of 'flashback' scenes.Best episodes are in the 3rd series, especially my favouritewhere they end up in the deep south and mercilessly parodylife in those parts.Well observed characters, with excellent voices (esp Stewie'sevil Rex Harrison voice) make this well worth watching. Plentyof interesting 'guest' voices pop up also.However if you are easily offended Family Guy is best avoided,they're not shy of pushing the limits of good taste.
samcracc (16 April 2013)
Jimbo has seen this show and it was Hilarius. voice of Peter Griffen,Stewie Griffen, and Tom Tucker was Hilarius. Alex Borstein as the voiceof of Lois Griffen was cute. Seth Green as the voice of Chris Griffenwas historical. Mila Kunis as the voice of Meg Griffen was wonderful.Whats Hilarius that Peter Griffen says in Wheel of Fourtune "Z, 4, Q,twice Q, Third Q and a Batman simble" and the final answer "ALEX KARRASin WEBSTER". Whats also Hilarius that Peter Griffen says "How much forthat fat guy in the circle there is no price tag". This show isHilarius you will laugh hysterical for watching this show except whenPeter Griffen and Lois Griffen having sex in the office.
anurag-awesome (15 April 2013)
Family Guy revolves around the adventures of Peter Griffin & his familywhich consist of his wife, Lois Griffin, kids, Meg, Chris & StewieGriffin & their anthropomorphic dog, Brian. The Griffin family is anextremely dysfunctional family. However, they are hilarious! Theycreate so many embarrassing situations in everyday life! Anotherimportant part of Family Guy is the occasional flashbacks in eachepisode. It's when a character mentions the incident & they show itafter that. Peter is a very stupid man with an IQ of maximum 10. Peterusually hangs out at the bar with his friends Joe Swanson, GlennQuagmire & Cleveland Brown. Peter's friends are really funny.Especially the extremely horny & perverted Quagmire! Lois is Peter'sdoting & loving wife. Occasionally though, she gets very irritated withPeter's stupidity. Lois' charm lies in her annoying nasal voice & howher plans to keep the family normal always fail! Meg Griffin is Peter'sdaughter & the eldest of the Griffin kids. Peter & the rest of thefamily(mostly Peter though) don't like Meg because of her unattractiveappearance. She's fat, wears glasses & got Peter's looks instead ofLois'. This is what makes Meg amusing. The best part is when Peterpunches her in the face or says "Shut up Meg." Epic stuff! ChrisGriffin, Peter's first son, is stupider than his father. This is whatmakes Chris so funny. Stewie Griffin, is my second most favoritecharacter after Peter. The youngest of the Griffin kids, Stewie has anextremely advanced intellect & can speak surprisingly fluently for hisage(2 or 3). He also doesn't like his family much especially his motherLois. The reason to his hatred for Lois is never given. However, allthese attributes is what makes Stewie so epically hilarious! Not tomention his British accent & football shaped head! Brian is anintelligent talking dog who usually doesn't bother about theabnormality of his masters. He just goes with the flow & helps themwhen he can. He is also very nonchalant. All these factors make Briantick in the comedic aspect.Seth Macfarlane has done an outstanding job in his creation, FamilyGuy. Macfarlane also provides his voice to three of the maincharacters. They are Peter, Stewie & Brian. He also provides his voiceto the brilliant Quagmire. The multi talented Macfarlane, has done aspectacular job in modifying his voice for each character. The voice ofBrian, being his own. Alex Bornstein has done a brilliant job in hervoice over of Lois. Seth Green has done a magical job by changing hisvoice substantially for his voice over of Chris. Mila Kunis has done agood job in her voice over of Meg. A special mention should be given toPatrick Warburton. He's done a mind blowing job in his voice over ofPeter's buddy, Joe. Seth Macfarlane has given us a perfect cartoonadult comedy! Everyone will love it! I'd recommend that you watch itimmediately, after reading this review!
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