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You know, just like how J.J. Abrams said he wouldn't direct the new "Star Wars."

Response was mixed to Seth MacFarlane's hosting of the 85th Annual Academy Awards (personally, we thought he came off best whenever he didn't try so hard), but even if Oscar ends up wanting him back for another go-round, the "Family Guy" creator doesn't want the gig, according to The Live Feed.

"No way. Lotta fun to have done it, though," MacFarlane tweeted Tuesday morning in response to a question from one of his nearly 3.8 million followers.

The 85th Annual Academy Awards had 40 million viewers and a 19 percent boost among the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic, which made the broadcast a hit as far as numbers are concerned. But the show is also already considered to be one of the most awkward and uneven in the history of the Oscars with too-long bits with William Shatner, »

- Bryan Enk

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