If you are like me and long for the day when television shows came up with catchy theme songs that got stuck in your head every week until the next episode? Well Seth MacFarlane gave you the cure for that fix. He had his boys Brian and Stewie sing some of the best show openers from back in the day when he was just Meg’s age. Yeah, I said Meg!
Anyways, listen to TV’s most popular talking baby and talking dog singing the Diff’rent Strokes, Growing Pains, Charles In Charge, Silver Spoons, Who’s the Boss?, Perfect Strangers, The Golden Girls and Family Ties themes like the Lounge act that they are. It is what the World needs today because I think brings us all together like Hands Across America did.
BTW I know this is old, but I wish would could turn back time so that tomorrow won’t happen.
Tonight at 9p on Fox’s Family Guy, Peter dresses up as Santa Claus and realizes all the benefits that come with the costume. Since he is Peter, he takes advantage of anything and everything, and the real Kris Kringle doesn’t like it. Thus, he has a talk with him and puts him on his naughty list. But it is the man in red who gets naughty with him. Will Peter keep doing what he is doing or will Santa win?
He isn’t the only bad Griffin in the family, Brian and Stewie crash Office Christmas parties. One time they go too far and it might finally teach them the lesson they need.
This is not your happy Christmas special, but it definitely is a very funny one.
Then at 9:30p on Fox’s The Last Man on Earth’s Fall Finale, it looks like everyone might not make it back for the Spring premiere.
Now that they found Melissa (January Jones) it still seems like she is lost. Erica (Cleopatra Coleman) and Lewis (Kenneth Choi) try to convince Todd (Mel Rodriguez) to lock her up until they know she is back to being her old self. He tells them no and then she goes missing again. Will they find her again this time?
Then there is Gail (Mary Steenburgen) who is still stuck in that elevator in the building next door, and no one is looking for her. She see a Roomba just outside the elevator, and tries to get it to her so she can put a message on it. Will her plan work?
Finally, Tandy (Will Forte) and Carol (Kristen Schaal) go on their long postponed honeymoon! He takes her fishing, but are there any fishes left for them to catch? Then a miracle happens, they catch a fish.
Tonight’s episode is another touching one that makes you both laugh and cry at the same. Plus, we get the return of Will Forte dressed up as a dinosaur and that is the best thing we’ve seen on television all season long.
Seth MacFarlane is not a Trump fan and he finally had a chance to make fun of him on Family Guy since they tape so far in advance.
The humorist was able to insert the Access Hollywood video into his animated show and replace Billy Bush’s voice with Peter Griffin’s. He didn’t keep what the soon-to-be-fired anchor said, instead he added his own dialogue. Which makes those tapes even funnier and sadder at the same time. In other words, it is simply brilliant.
This video is the longer and uncensored version of what aired on the Fox show yesterday. I am sad that the last joke didn’t make it on to the comedy because it was the best one of the highlarious bit.
Back in March, Frank Sinatra Jr passed away at the age of 72. Before he joined his legendary father up in heaven, he voiced his third and final episode of Family Guy. Tonight at 9p on Fox that episode is going to air and it is a fitting tribute to the crooner.
Sinatra Jr runs into Stewie and Brian at the Feast of San Gennaro outside of Quahog, and the three of them decide to open up the only Italian restaurant in the Griffins’ hometown. The restaurant is a huge success, that is until Brian and Stewie look at the books. How are they going to get themselves out of this mess?
Meanwhile, Chris becomes a jock and it is a shock to everyone, something Peter uses to make a quick buck. Then when Peter gets himself in too deep, his friends make a decision that will be a real game changer. Will Peter stop them before it is too late?
Family Guy keeps hitting home runs season after season, so it is no wonder why Fox brought the show back from cancellation.
Barbra Streisand and Seth MacFarlane recorded Pure Imagination from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and someone needs to call the Oompa Loompas ASAP. Time for them come on over and take them away for destroying such a beautiful song. Glee got it right. Josh Groban got it right. Maroon 5 got it semi-right. Mariah Carey got it wrong. And now MacBabs are giving Mimi a run for worst cover of the song that still haunts us thanks to Gene Wilder. That is the thing that MacBabs missed about the tune, yes it is beautiful but it is also haunting. Without that factor, the song is no different than any other ballad.
And what is up with Babs arm movements as she sang the song. Take them to The Chocolate Room and tell them the water is safe to drink!
Oompa, Loompa, doom-pa-dee-do
I have a perfect puzzle for you
Oompa, Loompa, doom-pa-dee-dee
If you are wise, you’ll listen to me.
What do you get when you sing a duet?
Singing as hyper as a wooden puppet
What are you at getting terribly flat?
What do you think will come of that?
I don’t like the sound of it.