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Rachel
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Family Guy

Postby Rachel » Wed Jun 10, 2015 11:50 pm

Who else likes Family Guy? I want to be another of Quagmire's many conquests. (It wasn't love at first sight, but he's grown on me. :oops: )

"Death's" mother (in one of the early episodes) reminds me of Mrs. Dapples. :lol:

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Crash
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Re: Family Guy

Postby Crash » Thu Jun 11, 2015 5:20 pm

That show can be funny. Some of the episodes turn out really well but some don't.
We had a guy at my last job who looked just like Steve from American Dad, which is similar and maybe better.

On my last day I printed a bunch of pictures of Steve off from the internet and put this employee's name underneath and stuck them up around the building just to ram the point home.
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Re: Family Guy

Postby Rachel » Fri Jun 12, 2015 12:14 am

My fave episode of American Dad = probably one of the recent ones, in which Hayley's husband travels back to Earth many years too late, and finds her a little old lady, & Stan has turned into a gorilla!

I think Family Guy tends to be better, on the whole; and FG's cultural cutaways = the icing on the cake. But I'm sure many blokes prefer American Dad, on account of Francine and/or Hayley! ;) That would be very understandable.

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Vanessa
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Re: Family Guy

Postby Vanessa » Fri Jun 12, 2015 9:47 pm

I'm not a huge Family Guy fan, but I did enjoy the Star Wars parody films they did, very funny!
Also, anyone seen the real life Peter Griffin clips from NYCC? He's hilarious!
https://youtu.be/PaxG2cTNWkQ
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Bladez636
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Re: Family Guy

Postby Bladez636 » Sun Jun 21, 2015 4:38 pm

I've watched enough Family Guy to last a lifetime; I've grown quite tired of it. I watched the hell out of it when I was 10-12, but I watched it too much.

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Crash
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Re: Family Guy

Postby Crash » Tue Jun 23, 2015 7:41 pm

All those Simpsons, Futurama etc shows are like moving wallpaper.
They tend not to be very memorable.

That and they get shown constantly on TV like Big Bang is. It's always on, to the point where you lose all appreciation for it.
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Re: Family Guy

Postby Vanessa » Tue Jun 23, 2015 9:23 pm

Hi Crash, yeah I know what you mean. South Park seems to have gone the same way, it was funny years ago, but not now, it just seems crass.
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Re: Family Guy

Postby Rachel » Wed Sep 02, 2015 11:47 pm

I spent my time doodling RA 4 GQ during a staff meeting, not so long ago; and I'm 41! :oops:

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Re: Family Guy

Postby Crash » Fri Sep 04, 2015 10:03 am

I'm being dense here. It's a good while since I saw this show. RA is ... what?
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Re: Family Guy

Postby Rachel » Fri Sep 04, 2015 11:14 pm

RA = my initials.

A close friend told me, yonks ago (when I was still in my teens) that I'd be certain to describe my heart-throb's love-interest as "a dog"; I admit sometimes that's been true; perhaps it's human nature. :mrgreen: But I can truthfully say that Glenn Quagmire usually has good taste in girlies; he's pulled some stunning blondes. His LEAST attractive paramour = Cleveland's first wife Loretta :shock: ; although, if Loretta lost a bit of weight & had a radical makeover, I imagine she could resemble the lovely, great Kate Kestrel. ;)


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