Having first aired after the 1999 Super Bowl, Family Guy really hit its stride via cable reruns and DVD sales (prompting Fox to announce the launch of Season 4 in May 2005, following the show’s original cancellation following Season 3).
An animated series building a similar cult following to The Simpsons and Futurama, Family Guy employs its own unique brand of humor distinct to its other animated peers…
Family Guy follows the life and exploits of Peter Griffin, an idiotic family man flanked by his intelligent and loving wife, Lois.
The couple have two children – Chris (an overweight, mentally challenged teenage boy), Meg (a neurotic teenage girl with low self-esteem), and Stewie (a super-intelligent infant who believes his mother is his enemy). Together, the Griffins live with their human-like dog, Brian, in suburban Quahog, Rhode Island…
The Family Guy (Season 3) DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the season premiere “The Thin White Line” in which Brian takes his therapist’s advice and decides not to be so self-centered and to help others. Brian’s new attitude leads to his employment as a drug-sniffing K-9 for the Quahog police force.
But while on the job, Brian becomes addicted to cocaine, and while in rehab, he discovers that the Griffin family (and Peter in particular) are a bad influence on his life.
Other notable episodes from Season 3 include “And the Wiener is…” in which Peter joins a gun club, and “Mr. Saturday Knight” in which Peter decides to follow his lifelong dream of becoming a knight with the traveling Renaissance Fair.
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