Awww, Opie got fired! That's saddens me greatly, but I'd hope he comes back soon.
So it's another "Brian meets a girl" plot, with this one being a blind girl. And it had a lot of funny moments, like Brian creating a fake mugging. I got a kick out of Brian trying his damndest to keep from touching her, lest he expose himself as a dog. The scene at the restaurant was hilarious, even if it was about the third or fourth time that Brian has had his tail chopped off.
The B-plot of Peter and the stairs was something I wasn't expecting to see from this show: a plot that's both simple AND funny.
It's another thumbs up for Family Guy!
Peter: Can she read lips? Stella: Yes, I can! Peter: (covers lips) So if I do this, I can talk about what a sweet rack she has? Angela: Yes, but try not to make a boob-honking gesture with your other hand while you're saying it.
It was nice to see a more shallow side to Brian and even a bit of a darksider. Stewie has been their ace for a long time now and I did love him not coloring in the lines while talking about his drag roller derby name. It was a pretty good episode, not great, but good and at this point that the best you can hope for with Family Guy.
The Wee Baby Sheamus.
Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
Kill Bill is an elaborate revenge story filled with actual character arcs, generally realistic violence and is basically a love letter to the cult cinema of the '70s. Kick-Ass has an 11-year-old shooting gangsters (and doing coke)