Family Guy: Season 10, Episode 20

Leggo My Meg-O (6 May 2012)

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Meg and her friend are kidnapped in Paris for the sex slave trade, and Stewie and Brian fly to Paris to rescue her.

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When Meg travels abroad to Europe, her exciting adventure comes to a halt when she gets kidnapped. Brian and Stewie embark on an action-packed mission to find her before it's too late. Written by Fox Publicity

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Family Guy gets back to their bread and butter: cutaway gags.
13 May 2012 | by (Marion, Illinois) – See all my reviews

In this episode, the writers actually return to the humor of Family Guy circa 2008 and 2009. The difference in this episode as compared to episodes from recent years is that they return to the usage of "cutaway gags" more frequently. In the mid 2000's, the cutaway gag is what made Family Guy great. But since 2010, many of the episodes have been dark and disturbing, even too much for me, and I love twisted humor. Extreme violence and sadism is not funny to me, and I assume that it's probably not very funny to others either. I loved Family Guy the most when Peter made static electricity all around the house in "feetie pajamas" being "Electric Man". That kind of nutty humor IS Family Guy. But the brutal murder of a cat, a man getting brutally beaten in front of his family on Christmas, and a dog tripping out on mushrooms and having very disturbing and violent hallucinations are NOT funny- I'm not sure if it's because the Henry brothers aren't involved in the writing as much or what. But this newest episode was far better than some of what we've seen in recent years. Let's hope they continue the trend.


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