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"Family Guy" Brian Does Hollywood (2001)

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The One Where Brian Directs A Porno...

9/10
Author: Taylor Kingston
21 January 2015

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I really like this episode. It's a good follow up to the episode before. It starts off strange, considering most cartoon episodes don't carry on. It starts off with a series of events, like a car blowing up, Meg cutting wires to stop a bomb from going off, and then the sequence ends with the Griffins finding a note that say Brian went to Hollywood to "find himself". So, kind of strange.

In this episode, Brian has gone to Hollywood to "find himself" and write screenplays. He eventually gets a job directing porn and then he must try and hide it from his family, when they come to visit.

Overall, I give this episode a 9 out of 10.

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Good Episode, Incredibly Stupid and Offensive Joke

7/10
Author: jgc2006 from Sydney
27 November 2009

This is a good episode, Brian directing porn is a great premise and all in all it's pretty funny. The joke about Sharon Tate is absolutely shameful however and should never have been written, produced, televised or released on DVD.

There are a couple of stupid, offensive jokes in season 3 - the one about Jonbenet Ramsey is also woeful - but this joke almost ruins the entire season, even the entire series for me. Doesn't Seth Macfarlane have a conscience? Doesn't he monitor the writing in his own show? That joke should never have made it out of the writing room. Family Guy has always been inconsistent but jokes like this don't sit with the style, wit and humour the show is loved for.

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