Bob's Burgers centers on the Belcher family (consists of Bob, Linda, Tina, Gene and Louise) who own a hamburger restaurant. Bob's burgers are really delicious and appear to be better than ... See full summary »
The Griffin household includes two teenagers, a cynical dog who is smarter than everyone else, and an evil baby who makes numerous attempts to eradicate his mother. Heading up this eclectic household is Peter Griffin. Peter does his best to do what's right for the family, but along the way, he makes mistakes that are the stuff of legends. Written by
In 2014. Shortly after a repeat of Viewer Mail (#10.22) was broadcast on BBC3. There was a news report announcing the death of comedian Robin Williams whom had committed suicide. In Viewer Mail (#10.22), everyone and everything that Peter touches turns into Robin Williams, which also depicted Robin Williams making a failed suicide attempt. (#10.22) foreshadowed the real life death of the comedian. See more »
In the living room, the rug will be purple, and either in the next couple scenes or in the next episode it will be yellow and vice-versa. See more »
[Peter is talking in his sleep]
Oh, Jenny... ooh, Jenny, Ooh, Jenny don't stop... Oh, Richard Jeni, your HBO comedy specials have brought laughter to millions. And what a sweet ass.
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An episode that aired the same week that Star Wars Episode III was released to theaters features end credits in the same style as the Star Wars movies. See more »
Honestly, up until its 2002 cancellation I would have deemed this as a decent show that definitely had a good run, albeit a short one... Yet, whenever I may happen upon an airing of this show after its return, I can't help but feel disgusted at the pathetically large effort MacFarlane's show puts in to get laughs out this mind-numbing dreck.
It is in no way as clever as it used to be, and no longer retains any of the originality it used to have, and to be honest, every time I see it now it reminds me of the classic "SIMPSON'S DID IT" episode of South Park (which is an actually decent show that is both intellectually stimulating and controversial - a good combination).
Anyways, I'd rather not list off the many flaws within the characters and the writing in general, since that would take all night... but I will say that Seth MacFarlane needs to quit before he ruins the minds of society altogether
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