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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by Kritish, May 12, 2006.
maddonna's best album is blatantly 'something to remember'
early work my ass
it wasn't funny
why is lois even going to a priest when she's a protestant
the joke fails and so do you
"hey Brian, remember when I used and 80's reference that went nowhere?"
"I'm not Brian, I'm the newscaster, or am I American Dad? you don't know.......!!!!"
You sound like Eric Cartman from South Park.
i didn't think family guy could get any better because i never thought it was good in the first place. still don't.
Die, hater die!
damn the orginality is just dripping off you isnt it.
"Hey Peter, remember that time when you reenacted that scene from that movie but it wasn't actually funny and didn't have a punchline, it was just you doing the scene 'exactly' as it happened in the movie?"
When Family Guy makes a joke that has nothing to do with the plot, people die in third-world countries.
But that's what people who don't like Family Guy want you think, since they get so pissy over random humor
LOL, family guy doesn't make jokes.
if it did it would be funny like it was.
but then it wasn't funny.
and then it got cancelled.
then some frat boy bro-magnons where getting stoned and drunk and saw some reruns on comedy central and thought it was genius.
they brought back the series and now 8 and 15 year olds laugh about stuff that they don't understand because they don't want to seems as "out of it"
for god's sake a dude on these boards was arguing about how he got 80's references and how peter worked for john lennon in one episode.
Peter was not working for john lennon in that episode and the incident with GEORGE HARRISON it was referring to happened in 1999.
I love random humor, I just happen to dislike Family Guy's random "humor".
could somebody please tell me what's funny about this "flashback"?
Its so true
I saw Family Guy when it first came on in '99. I was in college and 21 at the time. It was the fourth show that has given me difficulty breathing since I was too busy laughing. The other 3 shows?
Monty Python's Flying Circus, Fawlty Towers, and South Park.
I watched Family Guy every day Fox showed it until it got cancelled. I then bought the DVDs when they came out. I then went back to watching this season.
But don't mind this little exception to your generalization. I wouldn't want your point that everyone who likes Family Guy is 8-15 years old get ruined.
If the show didn't make me laugh, I wouldn't watch it. It makes me laugh, so I do.
Have you seen the movie "Tootsie" starring Dustin Hoffman?
Still isn't funny
Lion-O Spying on cheetara on the toilet is funny
Peter and the guys becoming the A-team is funny.
Just reenacting a scene from pop culture isn't funny
Yes I have. That's my point, what's so funny about Stewie doing a scene from Tootsie?
It drags too long and only people who have seen the movie know what's going on, to everybody else it's just Stewie in drag walking down the street and I don't think they are going to research what "obscure pop culture reference" it was inspired from.
People have different sets of humor.
I don't see a problem
"OMFG! Look it's exactly like that clip that used to run on Sesame Street and just as long, but instead of a regular pinball, it's Stewie! LOL LMAO!!!"
So because you don't like it, means no one else should?
I guess people still retain the mentality of children no matter how long they're alive
The random humor is what makes it funny. You never know what there going to say next.
Yes, we do.
They're going to say:
"[insert character name], remember that time when..." p