SHUT UP, YOU.
SHUT UP, YOU.
Mom, for the last time, it’s not called “The Gilmores.”
Complete with good old-fashioned values.
Don’t believe me, just watch.
What a sh*tty thing to do to someone.
Plus a few other cartoons!
Now find out when you’re going to be a proud mom or dad.
From Game of Thrones to Family Guy, BuzzFeed staffers pick their favorite installments of TV this year. Presented in no particular order.
You love it. But do you really know it?
Yes, Cleveland Brown is voiced by a white guy.
Fox’s entertainment division told BuzzFeed News it had no comment on the rape joke in the long-awaited hour-long crossover episode “The Simpsons Guy,” set to air this weekend. Seth MacFarlane’s publicist did not immediately respond to BuzzFeed News’ request for comment.
Is Springfield ready?
Did you know that the bird is the word?
He would make Seth McFarlane very proud.
Just remember, life is not a race. It only feels that way.
It’s time to separate the Simpsons from the Huxtables.
Yeah, the show is controversial, however, these moments cannot be disputed.
The concept was confirmed last July. Now we know when the show will be on our screens.
GIMME MY MONEY, BRIAN.
We lost a lot of the good ones this year — and several of the not-so-good ones too. Also, SPOILER ALERT for like, pretty much every show. You’ve been warned.
It’s a Christmas miracle.
The actor/writer/comedian says her HBO show Getting On is “what I’ve always wanted.”
The talking dog is dead, but not forgotten.
Please don’t be real, please don’t be real, please don’t be real.
They actually did it. SPOILER AHEAD.
Don’t think you know how to write twenty-two minutes of smart, original, and well-crafted television? Don’t worry — neither do the writers of Family Guy!
The reason? FOX “did its research,” many say, after news that Lalo Alcaraz, a well-respected Mexican-American cartoonist and satirist was added as a writer bringing the total to four Latino writers.
“Neither a road nor an island.” #ThatsSoRhody
And look, here’s Peter Griffin with Clarkson and the boys.
Graphic artist Niege Borges breaks down all the dance moves you’ve secretly wanted to know.