Family Guy

Show Premise: 

The show showcases adventures of the family of Peter Griffin, a bumbling blue-collar worker. Peter is married to Lois, a stay-at-home mother and piano teacher who is a member of the Pewterschmidt family of wealthy socialites. Peter and Lois have three children: Meg, their teenage daughter, who is awkward and does not fit in at school, and is constantly ridiculed and ignored by the family; Chris, their teenage son, who is overweight, unintelligent and a younger version of his father in many respects; and Stewie, their diabolical infant son of ambiguous sexual orientation who has adult mannerisms and uses stereotypical archvillain phrases. Living with the family is Brian, the family dog, who is highly anthropomorphized, drinks martinis, and engages in human conversation, though he is still considered a pet.

Production History: 

Family Guy was conceived by Seth MacFarlane after developing two animated films, "The Life of Larry" and "Larry & Steve." MacFarlane redesigned the films' protagonist, Larry, and his dog, Steve, and renamed them Peter and Brian. MacFarlane pitched a seven-minute pilot to Fox on May 15, 1998 and the show was given the green light to start production. Shortly after the third season of Family Guy had aired in 2001, Fox canceled the series, putting the series on a 2-year hiatus. However, favorable DVD sales and high ratings for syndicated reruns on Adult Swim convinced the network to renew the show in 2004 for a fourth season, which began airing on May 1, 2005.


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Submitted by joel mallory (not verified) on

Ahem about that white castle joke - what is poignant is that the only black character was Cleveland and he's played by a white guy.

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Submitted by Daniel (not verified) on

There's a joke somewhere between Conway Twitty and Kellyann Conway
"I haven't heard of a cover song this bad since Kellyann Conway something something."
Cutaway to Kellyann's boobs screaming the lyrics to Twitty's song Somebody Lied.
There's a better joke there somewhere, but I'm not a professional. Please. I want to see Conway Titty. I want it as abhorrent as possible.

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Submitted by Pascal (not verified) on

Hey Family Guy, I'm a huge fan and I had an idea for an episode. Peter somehow because super politically correct and all that annoying crap, then his friends or a guest star teach him that it's annoying, and he becomes really racist and all that, and then he centers to the normal amount of political correctness. Could go the other way, up to you.

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The idea I have for a cutaway would be about how Meg was conceived. Also since she's considered the ugly fat chick her conception could be just as ugly. Peter and Lois are having sex and right when they finish Peter's looking for something to clean himself off and finds a towel. When he gets done whipping himself off he passes the towel to Lois to use too and when she's​ finished cleaning herself off she notices blood on the towel, which is her period. Then she turns to Peter and says wow you sure dodged a bullet. Then it switches to another cutaway where there's a professor sitting down in a chair and says "that's where ugly bitches come from"..

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Submitted by feline1.0 (not verified) on

Hi Seth, I really love the show Family Guy, so I thought It would be a good idea if I gave you a perfect episode for season 15, so PLEASE PUT THIS ON TV: Stewie creates a mind switching machine (which also switches voices as well) , so Brian and Stewie decide to switch minds. But when Peter finds out about the invention, he switches bodies with Lois so he can find out why out why she's been so distant from him, then it starts getting worse when the machine is overheated and won't work because everyone starts switching bodies with each other too much. While they wait for the mind swapper to work, Peter finds out that Lois is distancing herself from him because she's insecure about her body because it's aging, and that she thinks Peter isn't attracted to her anymore. But Peter proves her wrong by making out and having romantic sex with her ... WITH PETER IN BRIAN'S BODY AND LOIS IN STEWIE'S BODY!!!!!!! The episode ends with everyone back into their bodies, with Brian and Stewie disgusted that Peter and Lois had sex in their bodies.

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Submitted by Gabriel Wilshire (not verified) on

An episode about the long forgotten Buzz Killington, I loved Buzz Killington and would love to see him on the show again. Thank you for your time

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Submitted by Hamid (not verified) on

I was thinking peter becomes a hacker and has a battle with stewie (nerd vs. geek) and then is like the world leader because he used some military drones or something to kill every world leader and becomes a power hungry bi*ch


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