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TED
This is the year’s best comedy, hand’s down. Absolutely hilarious and a instant classic. It is amazing that this type of film hasn’t been done this well, since the premise is just ripe for adaptation. Seth MacFarlane brings his a-game as a voice actor, writer, and director. Mark Wahlberg shows again that he’s a funnier actor then most. I laughed my ass off throughout the entire film and found it hard to catch my breath at times. Here’s hoping there’s a sequel.

This is a film that’s going to go down with other films of this generation as surefire classics such as The Hangover, Anchorman, Dodgeball, Knocked Up, and Forgetting Sarah Marshall, amongst others. The only gripe I’d give this film is that the directing was a little rusty at times, and you could tell this was Seth MacFarlane’s first film. Other then that though, it accomplishes what it sets out to be — a laugh a minute comedy.

****½

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Posted on August 6th, 2012 by Quantum | Leave a Comment
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Seth MacFarlane, the creator of Family Guy and American Dad, has been producing a webseries of sorts for the past couple months. Seth MacFarlane’s Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy is a mix of Family Guy and Robot Chicken for the YouTube generation. This particular short is an interesting look at one marriage’s troubles.

Posted on January 5th, 2009 by ThePit | Leave a Comment
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Okay, so the show might not be “king”, but they might remain on that hill longer. Just a week after King of the Hill was canceled from FOX comes word that ABC is looking into picking up the series.  The series has been on for 14 years and has had its up and downs (FOX already canceled and revived the program on more than one occasion).

This move makes a lot of sense for ABC, who will be airing The Goode Famly, a new animated comedy from Mike Judge, John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky (the team behind Hill). Not only would King of the Hill make a great companion for Goode, but it would add a built in audience for the new show and give it more of a fighting chance.

It is unknown when FOX would be pulling the plug on Hill, as it has more than enough episodes to take the show through the fall.  Variety speculates that ABC might make a move to buy the remaining episodes from FOX due to the long lead time it takes to get animated episodes produced.

Hey, FOX has MacFarlane, why shouldn’t ABC have Judge?

Posted on November 4th, 2008 by ThePit | Leave a Comment
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Family Guy Vol. 6 DVD

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.

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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!

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