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Not All Dogs Go to Heaven 

Meg becomes religious and tries to convert Brian from Atheism; Stewie teleports the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation to Quahog.

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Lois Griffin / Additional Voices (voice)
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Chris Griffin / Additional Voices (voice)
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Meg Griffin (voice)
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Cleveland Brown / TV Announcer (voice)
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Hot Date (voice)
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Meg becomes religious and tries to convert Brian from Atheism; Stewie teleports the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation to Quahog.

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This is the first time the Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) cast has worked together since Star Trek: Nemesis (2002). See more »

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When Meg comes down to breakfast after her illness, she wears pajamas. After cutting to a commercial then back to the family eating breakfast, she is wearing her regular clothes. See more »

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Stewie Griffin: Picard has it all over Kirk. He's poised and measured. And doesn't wear a cheap rug. Rather, he accepts even baldness with a quiet cool that says, "I am in command. You are safe with me. I will cradle you in my arms through any crisis in any galaxy."
Brian Griffin: Are you queer?
Stewie Griffin: Probably.
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References Growing Pains (1985) See more »

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Written by Brian May
Performed by Queen
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Some of you need to get a clue
8 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

For those of you who are atheist/agnostic and/or hardcore liberal, you can pass this up. For those of you who aren't, pay attention.

It just amazes me the sheer stupidity or lack of spine some people show. It isn't enough that Seth Macfarlane has to emphasize the fact that he's atheist in almost every episode now, he has to do it while ridiculing those who don't think the way he does.

Yes, A LOT of groups are targeted in Family Guy, but did you ever notice that Seth targets certain groups much more than others? This is, you guessed it, the religious and the conservatives. It's evolved from tongue-in-cheek, subtle satire to flat-out bashing. And I'm sick of it.

Take this episode: people are saying it was funny, but seem to look over where the humor stems from. The whole premise of the episode is to make a mockery of the belief in God. Family Guy is no longer the silly sitcom it once was; it's a platform for Seth to speak his political mind, regardless of who he offends. And people are willing to let it slide so long as they get a few chuckles on the side. Tell me, some of you so-called Christians, do you have any pride at all? Or are you just content to let Family Guy walk all over your beliefs while essentially calling you stupid and a bad guy in the process? As if THAT wasn't enough, politics aside, the show just isn't as funny anymore. It over-utilizes cutaway scenes to where it's almost like watching Robot Chicken, except half aren't even funny. The remaining bulk of humor comes from overused gags and gay jokes concerning Stewie. (God, I miss evil Stewie) The old charm just isn't there.

Yes, I'm ranting, but I just hate what Family Guy has become. And you can tell me I suck or my review sucks, but unless you're looking at this through fanboy glasses, you know I'm right.

Now I know what you're going to say: if you don't like it, don't watch it. Trust me, I won't. I refuse to support a show created by such an obnoxious jerk. But I will shed a tear for a show that I once loved to death. RIP, old Family Guy.


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