Relies on pop culture and flashbacks to various points in history or geography, involving the characters and their hilarious outcomes.
Recently attacked by the creators of South Park, where the writers of Family Guy turned out to be manatees that would take a ball from their tank and put it in a small pile to form an episode.
Although, the episode was completely pointless, because we all know Family Guy’s writing isn’t that great, except for maybe the first 3 seasons as the jokes weren’t as random and were actually interconnected to the story.
Ever since the South Park episodes “Cartoon Wars”, every South Park fuck has jumped on the bandwagon and hated Family Guy. But what they don’t realize is that if you base a cartoon on total randomness and pop culture, you NEVER run out of material.
The South Park boys wish they had the amount of Family Guy’s audience, too bad.
Who the hell cares whether or not the show has a point? I don’t give a flying fuck, I want to laugh, and when I do, I watch Family Guy.
The exact reason why The Simpsons isn’t funny anymore, if their show was based off pop culture, you’d have never ending material.
Family Guy joke: Like that time I forgot how to sit down
Audience: OMG HE TACKLED THE CHAIR.
Husband: Aww honey, I love y-IS THAT FAMILY GUY ON TV?!
jim: no family guy sucks balls now
Family Guy was created by Seth MacFarlane, who is very self-congratulatory and egotistical about the success of his show. However, it's a mostly undeserving success, as the show contains nothing but mediocre animation, and ugly art style, bland and tasteless humor, prejudiced political and racial opinions, and empty, soulless characters. The only thing this show deserves an award for is coming up with a genius marketing scheme by targeting an audience of confused, socially-inept teenagers.
The characters of Family Guy, as well as the show itself, have bloated in popularity over the years that it's been on television. Mr. MacFarlane is commonly praised for his genius writing and character development, however, if you have the intelligence to look a little deeper, you'll realize the characters are all extremely inconsistent in personality, and are simply rehashed personalities filling an otherwise empty shell.
As of now, the show is scraping at the bottom of the barrel, airing on failures of networks such as "Adult Swim", struggling to stay afloat in a sea of superior television shows. Every few months, Seth will release another unfunny, boring episode that's immediately loved unconditionally by it's pathetically unintelligent fan-base.
Alex: "Yes. It was terrible and unfunny, same as always."
Jared: "NO, IT WAS FUNNY AND YOU ARE A FAGGOT FOR NOT LIKING IT!"
Alex: "Get out of my house."