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"The Simpsons Guy" is the first episode of Family Guy's season It was a one- hour premiere, orginally airing on September 28, "The Simpsons Guy" is the first episode of the thirteenth season of the American animated The idea for a crossover episode was suggested by Family Guy executive "The Simpsons Guy" was met with a mixed reception by critics, who had. After fleeing Quahog due to Peter's misogynistic comic strip, the Griffins get their car stolen and end up getting stuck in Springfield.
Hank Azaria is not pictured. The idea of a crossover with The Simpsons was first suggested while the thirteenth season of Family Guy was being planned out. Brooks and Al Jean to use their characters.
This was approved; Appel was previously a writer-producer on The Simpsons for four seasons, and retained his former colleagues' trust.
Asked how he felt about the crossover, Shearer replied, "Matter and anti-matter. MacFarlane said that Fox would be happy to make it an hour long. Supervising director Peter Shina former layout artist on The Simpsons, spent time adjusting the Griffins to the specifications of Springfield—changes included dimming the whites of their eyeballs so they would not look too bright—and animating the eight-minute fight between Peter and Homer.
Appel said there are no plans to do a sequel to the episode, but stated that "by season 43 of The Simpsons and season 27 of Family Guy, someone who's looking at a blank board is going to say, 'Well, the Griffins went to Springfield People want to see Peter interact with Homer. They want to see Bart interact with Stewie.
In a way, the story in a crossover episode, while it has to be there, is never quite as important as how the characters interact with each other. You want to see them having a good time and you want to see Peter and Homer duke it out".
He is a lazy, immature, obese, laid-back, dim-witted, outspoken, eccentric alcoholic. Peter's jobs have included being a toy maker at the Happy-Go-Lucky Toy Factory, an independent fisherman for on his own personal yacht, and a brewer at the Pawtucket Brewery, though due to the recent passing of his boss's voice actor, he'll probably need to move on again Lois Griffin Lois Griffin voiced by Alex Borsteinis Peter's wife and the mother of Meg, Chris, and Stewie.
Though she's generally a stay at home, woman, she has the job of teaching children how to play the piano. Lois is also very flirtatious and has slept with numerous people on the show. Being ignored by her husband to the extent she's been, it's not justified, but at least understandable, why she commits occasional acts of adultery.
He is obese, irresponsible, and emotionally effusive. Chris tries fitting in with his peers, but fails due to his social awkwardness. He fails tests with great persistence and has been deemed "the dumbest kid in school", by the school faculty in "No Chris Left Behind".
Sometimes, Chris tries to prove he's no dummy and follows through with it. A notable example would be "Space Cadet".
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One thing is safe to say, and that's that he's at least smarter than his father, proven in various episodes. A recurring gag is that an evil monkey lives in his closet which he finds out is not evil in the episode "Hannah Banana". She is a self-conscious, somewhat unattractive teenage girl with severely low self-esteem, being portrayed as generally soft and non-rebellious. Meg is the least respected member of the family, falling victim to insults, neglect, and mild instances of child abuse, that manage to just barely avoid crossing the line.
Meg has a bizarre, messed up love life, having only been able to date guys with bodily dysfunctions, criminal histories, mental illnesses, etc. Stewie Griffin Stewart "Stewie" Griffin voiced by Seth MacFarlaneis the Griffins' one-year-old child, but often behaves in adult ways such as speaking in an upper-class British accent.
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He is a child genius who frequently aspired to murder his mother Lois and take over the world but has since mellowed out considerably. Stewie built a time machine with which he and Brian have traveled through time.
He and Stewie are often at the center of the show's most critically acclaimed episodes, most notably the "Road to Brian is portrayed as an intellectual—a Brown University attendee—who often serves as the family's voice of reason, pointing out how ridiculous Peter's ideas are. He is not-so-secretly in love with Lois and is an unsuccessful, unemployed writer. He is an airline pilot for Spirit Airlines, but is best known for his extreme sexuality and always saying "Giggity" or "Alright".
He is attracted to nearly every woman, especially Lois Griffin, though he'd never tell Peter that. Cleveland Brown Cleveland Brown voiced by Mike Henryis Peter's mild-mannered friend who formerly owned and ran a deli. He is a heavyset, mustached African-American male who is very polite to everyone and has a unique laugh. He is the father of Cleveland Junior. A running gag in the series is the front of his house being damaged, usually as a result of one of Peter's shenanigans, while Cleveland is in the upstairs bathtub.
The tub always falls into the front yard with Cleveland exclaiming, "What the hell?! No, no, no, no, no, no!!!
He is a paraplegic police officer who suffers from impotence and incontinence. Joe still proves to be an extremely skilled police officer, as he is constantly seen pursuing criminals or rescuing victims with the aid of his wheelchair and even goes so far as to abandon his wheelchair to complete his work.
When he first debuted, Joe mentioned that he was crippled stopping the Grinch from stealing Christmas from an orphanage. He is usually shown as being very tactful, but he also has severe anger issues. He is married to Bonnie Swanson, who was once pregnant for many years.
They have a son named Kevin who staged his own death in Iraq. He also has an infant daughter, Susie. Impossible ", Betty White entreats viewers to help keep "this crude, low-brow programming" on the air, while the television next to her has the Family Guy logo. In Replaceable YouMr. Burns says "What the deuce? When the clones create an army of themselves, variations begin to appear, and one of the "variant" clones is Peter Griffinreflecting the common criticism that Peter is too similar to Homer Simpson - in other words, a clone of him.
In trying to identify Sideshow Bobthe Italian police look through a book of criminals, in which there are pictures of Peter Griffin accused of Plagiarismo, Plagiarism implying that Family Guy is a ripoff of The Simpsons and Stan Smith accused of Plagiarismo de plagiarismo, Plagiarism of Plagiarism implying that American Dad!
In " Krusty the Clown ", Family Guy was one of the many currently running shows, that was so popular that everybody's heard of, but doesn't actually exist. Everybody thinks it's real, because of how widespread it's name is.