Family Guy: Season 4, Episode 25

You May Now Kiss the... Uh... Guy Who Receives (30 Apr. 2006)

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Brian's gay cousin Jasper comes to town for a visit to see Brian. Jasper brings with him a man he wants to marry, but Mayor West is trying to ban gay marriage to distract everyone from a financial scandal.

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Brian's gay cousin Jasper comes to town for a visit to see Brian. Jasper brings with him a man he wants to marry, but Mayor West is trying to ban gay marriage to distract everyone from a financial scandal.

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The title is based on the last line from the Christian marriage vows: You may now kiss the bride. See more »

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Chris Griffin: I'm gonna get to touch right-wing boob for this.
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References Supermarket Sweep (1990) See more »

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Funny, but stupidly preachy episode
24 August 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a funny Family Guy episode, mainly because it has THE ALL POWERFUL MAYOR ADAM WEST as a main character, but the political preachiness kind of spoils the episode. It's all about how Lois is anti-gay marriage, then after a couple of lame fluff preach scenes she suddenly sees the error of her ways and is pro-gay marriage.

Seth MacFarlane is liberal so Family Guy episodes do usually curve that way, but they still end up making fun of everybody without taking itself seriously, but this episode was preachy as all get out, which makes it kind of hard to go back to. We watch shows like this for the funny, not social commentary Seth. Fortunately, Adam West saves the day.


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