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Ted is coming to Peacock without Marky Mark!
June 10th, 2021 under Peacock, Seth MacFarlane. [ Comments: none ]

There is some f*cking good news in the teddy bear world today. Ted is coming back. Not as a full feature movie with Mark Wahlberg, but as a 10-episode prequel on Peacock.

“Seth has a superpower of creating fandoms and Ted is a shining example of his ability to create beloved characters that we can’t get enough of,” NBCUniversal Entertainment Content chairman Susan Rovner said in a statement to THR. “We are so lucky to bring this project to Peacock viewers who will have an opportunity to see their favorite foul-mouthed teddy bear once again.”

MacFarlane will reprise the voice of the foul-mouthed stuffed animal, along with writing and directing the first episode.

However, when that will be, is anyone’s guess. That is because we are still waiting for him to finish the third season of Orvillefor Hulu. He better hurry up, or we will be in the same year as the year the show takes place.

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Even Stewie Griffin wants you to get the vaccine
May 1st, 2021 under Coronavirus, Seth MacFarlane. [ Comments: 3 ]

We are making great strides in getting the COVID-19 vaccine into people’s arms. Sadly, we still have a long way to go.

Therefore, Stewie Griffin, who normally wants to kill everyone, wants you to get the shot. He is not stupid. Right now, he is too young to get it. So he needs everyone who can to do it. This way, he is protected until the vax is deemed safe for babies.

Stop being selfish! It is not that bad. I am fully vaccinated with the Pfizer, and the flu shot had worse side effects.

Think of Stewie; what would Family Guy be without him?

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Richard Marx has never been as sexy as he was on Family Guy
April 19th, 2021 under Richard Marx, Seth MacFarlane. [ Comments: none ]


Every now and again, Family Guy uses real people in live-action sequences on the animated show. Yesterday, Richard Marx was the latest celebrity to lend his face to the once canceled sitcom. I am sure Fox will always regret that decision.

Anyways, back to sexy Richard Marx. The singer did a bit where he wanted to make clay horses when he grew up. After Peter says, that is the dumbest horse he has seen. “It hurt to hear, but deep down, I respected him for saying it,” Marx is overheard saying. “That boy grew up to have a multi-platinum recording career.”

Now on camera, he adds, “Hi. I am Richard Marx, and I suck at making clay horses. But ask your wife if she cares?” Then he seductively brushed his hair over his ear with his hand and winked. That slo-mo moment got me as hot as his music does when I make my lover listen to his tunes when we are having sex. Admit it; you do that too.

Back to Marx, and not to diss him. But…considering Seth MacFarlane’s audience, shouldn’t he have said, “Ask your mom if she cares?” What? You thought the same thing. This means I also just aged myself too. Now I feel old. Damn you, MacFarlane. We are even. You donated money to the place where I adopted my cat so that they could build their amazing sanctuary, and then you make me feel like an old cat lady. I am returning the cat. That is what I get for naming her Meg. I didn’t, don’t worry. That is cruel and unusual punishment.

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Seth MacFarlane jumped into the pool with his suit on
November 9th, 2020 under Seth MacFarlane. [ Comments: none ]


On Election Day Seth MacFarlane tweeted, “If Biden wins, I’ll jump in the pool with my clothes on and post it. And with that, I’m back to my Connecticut adolescence.”

Well, Joe Biden won, so the Family Guy creator put on a suit and jumped in his pool on cold Saturday night in Los Angeles.

I just wish he chose a different suit, his birthday suit! He seems like he would have as good of a body as his heart! Don’t you think so too?

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Family Guy and Bob’s Burgers sentenced to two more years!
September 24th, 2020 under Seth MacFarlane. [ Comments: 4 ]


On Sunday, Family Guy will be back for its 18th season, and Bob’s Burgers will start its 11th. However, today Fox announced that it picked up both animated shows for two more seasons.

That means that Family Guy, which was canceled by Fox in 2002 and brought back in 2005, will be around long enough to celebrate its 20th season. It is the little show that could.

FG was the first of three Seth MacFarlane shows that went on to have life after cancellation. American Dad is going strong on TBS, and The Orville will live on on Hulu.

Personally, I am surprised that MacFarlane didn’t end Family Guy after this season because of how he was treated over Orville. Thus, I am so excited he is bringing back the animated sitcom for at least two more years. I can’t wait to see what trouble the Griffins get into over the next three seasons. You know, whatever they do will be funny.

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