The King of the Black People and Family Guy
There’s no denying that Family Guy has a few tricks up its sleeve. Aside from the plethora of wacky characters, this show has the distinction of being the longest running TV series to ever grace our televisions. To that end, it’s no surprise that it’s seen a handful of award-winning episodes. It’s also no secret that Family Guy’s writers are a close bunch. Not to mention, they’re always one step ahead of the competition. For example, they have recently introduced a new segment called the “fun” segment that features a whopping nineteen (yes, you read that correctly) spooky sextalons. The best part is, each member gets to eat the cake.
In fact, the “fun” segment is so coveted that the show is able to rewrite its own rules of the road. And this isn’t a joking matter, as the show’s bigwigs have been known to take a stab at the occasional booze-fueled night out. Indeed, there’s a good reason that the gang is still together in their respective enclaves. Of course, as is the case with any familial reunion, the sextape gets tested to the max. The show’s biggest problem, as we’ve all come to expect, is the niggling suspicion that the entire family is in cahoots. That’s the best way to weed out the naysayers and nitpickers. And, while they’re at it, why not make a couple of new friends along the way? Besides, there’s a certain degree of camaraderie that can’t be quelled with a bottle of wine or two.