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    Defending Family Guy

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    we used to rely (Family Guy)?” This phrase is heard often by individuals who choose to watch one of the most famous animated sitcoms in the past decade, Family Guy. The first sentence happens to be the key slogan in the series theme song. Seth MacFarlane used this saying when the show was brought back to the air in 2005. This was around the time that I had originally started to watch the sitcom, after I watched a few of the episodes that aired before the cancellation in 2002. Family Guy’s popularity

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    Analysis Of Family Guy

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    Family guy, the successful animated cartoon series brings entertainment weekly to worldwide audiences of up to 22 million. The sitcom, created by the talented Seth McFarlane was originally designed to target specifically the American audience, but later due to popularity now broadcasts it’s hilariously ridiculing jokes all over the world. Through the loveable characters of the series, Seth is able to recreate the pressing issues of today’s society into sarcastic and biased situations, in which the

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    Family Guy: One Big Dysfunctional Family

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    Family Guy, an animated sitcom about a New England family and their everyday dilemmas, is a way for viewers to see the comedic side of a dysfunctional family. The Griffins consist of Peter and Lois, the patriarch and matriarch, and Meg, Chris, and Stewie are the children(Family Guy). Every character is different from the next character. They are also weird in their own way. The television show itself displays feminism, structuralism, and gay and lesbian criticism. Each character in the show also

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    In the cartoon Family Guy, there are many different jokes and humorous events that make you laugh until your stomach hurts. Although some of the jokes and events that go on throughout the show might offend people, it isn’t intended to hurt anyone. This shows main goal is to make people laugh. There are many characters on the show, the father, Peter Griffin who is always at the Drunken Clam with his buddies Glenn and Joe. Peter works at the Brewery and is always getting himself into trouble wherever

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    Racism in Family Guy Supports Stereotypes

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    if stereotypes were used in comedic TV shows it becomes more uncertain as to whether or not it is appropriate. With the popular use of satire in the current pop culture, the line between racism and harmless satire is harder to define. Shows like Family Guy play on a lot of racial stereotypes but do not always receive attention on those jokes. The show is often written off as just a raunchy animated show, so people expect the outrageous humor and take the jokes less seriously. Racist jokes has been

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    The use of political satire is something that has become prevalent in modern day cartoons. “Family Guy” features a family from Quahog, Rhode Island called the Griffins which includes a moronic father named Peter, a seductive mother named Lois, two awkward teenagers named Chris and Megan, an evil baby named Stewie and a talking dog named Brian. “American Dad!” centers on the Smith family from Langley Falls, Virginia which includes a CIA agent and father named Stan, a mother named Francine, a pothead

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    A.M.Holmes' Music For Torching, Seth MacFarlane's Family Guy, and Tony Kushner's Angels in America The social progression of America in the 20th and 21st centuries has been arguably advantageous. In the years following the feminist and civil rights movements, the United States has undeniably developed into the world’s leading democratic system. Women and minorities have equal citizenship status under the law. There are more females in the workforce than ever before, and formerly guarded issues

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    Television provides an avenue for which we can analyze people, cultures, and more. My favorite show is Family Guy. The show often pokes fun at either social norms or popular trends occurring in current society. Its humor is supported by the relationship of a talking baby named Stewie, and a talking dog named Brian who live in Rhode Island. Through out the many seasons of Family Guy, the viewer can see through a sociological perspective how all three common theories in sociology are used on Stewie

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    entertain remove from the possible knowledge to attain. Shows like Family Guy, Futurama, and South Park are some of the many shows that people decree as pointless, a joke, a waste of time, or idiotic. To the unknowing eye theses shows are indeed nothing more than a joke or entertain, but if one were to take a closer look into the shows it is possible to see that jokes, storylines, and characters represent a bigger picture. Family Guy, Futurama, and South Park are some of those shows that use satire

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    Family Guy Stereotypes

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    What makes a person feminine? Is it their gender? Their choice in clothing? Their personal traits? In season two, episode eight of Family Guy, Peter, one of the main characters, gets in touch with his feminine side. His portrayal of the typical American woman is quite insulting and frankly inaccurate. The episode only becomes more disrespectful once Peter regains his manhood. Throughout the episode gender inequalities are certainly portrayed. After finishing this episode, one questioned remained

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