Parents Guide for
"Family Guy" And Then There Were Fewer (2010)

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A paedophile chases after two young children.

The same character is clearly shown as a paedophile throughout.

Some characters dresses reveal their bare backs.

A reference to a character being a necrophiliac.

Reference to cunninglis.


In this episode, several characters are killed.

A character is shot in the chest. Blood seen.

Two characters are stabbed. At the time of the killing, you only see the bloody aftermath. However, near the end, in a replay of the event, you see the murderer stabbing someone in the throat with a knife. Blood sprays everywhere.

Someone is hit in the head with a blunt object and thrown off a balcony. You see their bloodied head.

A murdered character is shown hanging from an air vent in the ceiling. They are covered in blood.

Diane is shot by Stewie and falls off a cliff.

At the end of the episode the events are explained in more detail. The deaths linger on the screen and more blood can be seen.


Stewie tells everybody to "shut the fuck up".

Several mild swears.


Champaign is shown at an adult gathering.

Muriel's motive to killing James Woods was by blackmailing her into selling him OxyContin.

Herbert's motive to kill James Woods was because he switched his pills and went crazy.

Seamus' motive to kill James Woods was because he said they once dropped acid together and grilled his arms and legs.

8/10. Total 25/50.

Appropiate for ages 12 and over.

The episode is about a murder mystery. Some scenes may scare some viewers.

if this was a movie, it would probably be Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence/terror, some bloody images & language.


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