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Are you a fan of Family Guy? Want to take home the new Family Guy Vol. 6 DVD for free? All you have to do to be entered into the contest to win the DVD is post a comment on this article with your favorite Family Guy episode. The winner will be randomly selected and contacted through the e-mail address provided. A winner will be drawn on November 8th, 2008. Good luck!
UPDATED! – And the winner is… B-Dawg.
A special thanks to everyone who has been checking out the site and took the time to comment and enter the contest. We’ll be posting a new contest this weekend, keep checking back to see what it is for!
And you can continue reading to check out the Family Guy Vol. 6 DVD details and contest eligibility.
Continuing our build up to our Family Guy Vol. 6 DVD giveaway, we now have a Family Guy behind the scenes video featuring the writers of the show talking about the preparation for the show’s 100th episode. It gives us an interesting look at both the writers and the show’s development process.
Continue checking out the site for your chance to win the Family Guy Vol. 6 DVD!
With the release of Family Guy Vol. 6 DVD, M80 and 20th Century Fox have provided us with this behind the scenes look at Family Guy, featuring interviews with the shows voice actors, including Seth Green, Mila Kunis, and Adam West.
Stay tuned on Friday for another behind the scenes video and don’t forget, we’ll be giving away a Family Guy Vol. 6 DVD this weekend!
Today marks the release of the Family Guy Vol. 6 DVD. The first few box sets are what got me hooked on the show, which is consistently one of the funniest programs on television. The Vol. 6 DVD includes twelve episodes from seasons five and six. Keep reading to find out more details about the DVD and learn how to get a free copy of Family Guy Vol. 6.
Tonight marks the return of one of the funnest shows on TV, Family Guy. In the episode, titled “Love Blactually”, “Brian falls in love with a woman he meets in a bookstore, but Stewie urges him to take the relationship slowly, then proceeds to see that he does. This leaves an opening for the lovelorn Cleveland.”
The episode airs at 9pm on Fox, after the season premieres of “The Simpsons” and “King of the Hill” (wow, I really had no idea that “King of the Hill” was still on the air).