To Live and Die in Dixie




Maine Writer on June 1, 2018 at 8:58 PM.

I never saw Family Guy while it aired. And I guess I’m now one of many who would sacrifice a limb (my choice!) to have it back on the air. Fox, apparently, is listening–to the monstrous sales of the Family Guy DVDs, that is. A million copies of season one have sold already (at enough per pop to make a pretty penny for Fox), and season two is well on its way to the same result, making it perhaps the fastest and biggest selling TV-to-DVD sales phenomenon.Family Guy is so good, that, after watching a bunch of episodes, it is…

Anonymous on June 1, 2018 at 9:01 PM.

My husband and I love this show so much and laugh just as much at the reruns as the newer ones. It’s smart, funny, and chock full of pop culture references and crazy situations. It’s not politically correct in an age where everyone gets so offended by everything and that’s what I love about it – it’s unapologetic in the people and situations it laughs at. If you are easily offended, this is NOT the show for you, but if you have a great sense of humor and aren’t offended by crudeness, you’ll…

Anonymous on June 1, 2018 at 9:24 PM.

“Family Guy” remains one of the funniest shows ever to hit the small screen. (The character of Stewie remains one of TV’s greatest creations, destined to live forever in our hearts. God bless you, Seth MacFarlane!) It’s a pity the folks at Fox who were once so seemingly cutting-edge are now so committee-driven that they can’t recognize a gem when they see it. Fortunately for us, though, there’s DVD.The package for Seasons 1&2 could have been cleaned up a bit, but this Season 3…