Cartman finds an unlikely ally in his quest to get "Family Guy" off the air: Bart Simpson. He also discovers Fox's surprising secret about the show's writers.



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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Narrator / Phillip / Muhammad / Canadian Network President / SNN News Reader / Trucker / Reporter #1 / Reporter #3 / Reporter #4 / Reporter #5 / Reporter #6 / President of Fox / Mitchell / Peter Griffin / Waiter / Gary Coleman / Abort System / American #1 / Cartoon George Bush / American #3 / American #4 / Cartoon Jesus (voice)
Kyle Broflovski / Terrance / George Bush / Reporter #2 / Fox Employee / Network Control Employee / George Bush's Assistant / American #2 (voice)
Peter Griffin (voice) (as Juan Kimmelini)
Mona Marshall ...
Bart Simpson / Miss Travis / Lois Griffin (voice)
Fox Receptionist / Julie (voice)


Cartman finds an unlikely ally in his quest to get "Family Guy" off the air: Bart Simpson. He also discovers Fox's surprising secret about the show's writers.

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12 April 2006 (USA)  »

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Trucker: [Dropping Kyle off at the FOX Network studios] I really hope you succeed, kid. I don't wanna see "Family Guy" go off the air. I really like that show.
Kyle Broflovski: I'll do everything I can.
Trucker: I mean, I know it's just joke after joke, but I like that. At least it dosen't get all preachy and up its own ass with messages, you know?
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Hilarious episode.
8 July 2007 | by (Columbus, OH) – See all my reviews

After watching these two episodes, I am giving up on Family Guy forever. This episode only made me laugh some of the time when I first saw it (the ending was totally hilarious). But the episode really became funny when I watched Family Guy. Every criticism this episode makes with regard to Family Guy is 100% accurate. It's scary to think how the Family Guy staff comes up with their jokes now. Are they just swimming around in a tank with some idea balls? Probably. I really think that South Park showed in this episode why they are miles ahead of Family Guy. The Simpsons used to be as funny as South Park is now, but recently they have gone the way of idea balls too. Hopefully the upcoming Simpsons movie will provide some good humor.

As for this episode, I think you will enjoy it. If you don't find it funny, then pop in a few Family Guy episodes and watch it again. If you don't laugh harder the second time around, then I am much different than you.


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