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This is honestly Seth MacFarlane's attempt at trying to keep his name alive in the pop culture world. He has launched American Dad and the recently upcoming Cleveland Show from his success with Family Guy. Mainly his reasoning is due to Family Guy becoming somewhat not as funny lately. The show is really attempting too hard with episodes that parody Stephen King movies. Anyway Seth released this on DVD, stating that it was more vulgar than Family Guy. Now I do think that some vulgar material, if done right, can be funny. This on the other hand was over the top vulgar and didn't appear that funny. The skits were just random. Some were partially humorous, but for the most part I felt that he was trying to grab the shock value from the audience by having a gay Candadian flight attendant screw a Monkey from Africa. Some were just honestly pointless.
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