Do I even need to tell you the subsequent pun?
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Bring your return pad, because we're looking at all of Stewie and Brian's adventures in time!
'Family Guy' has fallen on hard times -- and these episodes signify how that happened.
Seth MacFarlane gave the crowd a heck of a time at Lucille's Piano Bar in Milwaukee last Saturday night.
Looking at everything from 'Family Guy,' to his controversial gig hosting the Oscars.
The Bored to Death movie is on hold while Jonathan Ames does something even more awesome.
Mila Kunis isn't the original voice of Meg on "Family Guy." There were two others before her.
Worst. Crossover. Ever.?
Trust me - this show is better than its reputation.
Freeman will defend a glorified Beanie Baby in Seth MacFarlane's latest.
From 1999 to 2002, "Family Guy" was a great show. Even the haters can't deny these five episodes.
The guys behind a YouTube series that featured a foul-mouthed teddy bear are accusing Seth MacFarlane of ripping them off to make 'Ted.'
Seth MacFarlane is out to make you feel bad for hating on him by helping LeVar Burton and 'Reading Rainbow' reach more kids.
The Christian Post wants America to repent before we're seduced by Louis CK's AIDs mocking and Lena Dunham's frumpy urine talk.
Americans showed up in droves to see... 'Maleficent.' Not so much with 'A Million Ways To Die In The West.'
Things didn't start to heat up until Seth MacFarlane pulled out Kermit and Cruise went for Donald Duck.
Let's shed a little light on the mastermind behind those western poop jokes half the country is going to laugh at this weekend.
Seth MacFarlane is great at having three good ideas for every one REALLY bad one.
Seth MacFarlane is making fun of his new movie before you can.
While the red band trailer for 'A Million Ways to Die in the West' doesn't reveal anything new, it sure does have a lot of cursing.