It's another solid episode for Family Guy. I think this one got a little bit preachy with the whole "ends justify the means" thing regarding insurance companies, but overall, it still managed to bring a lot of funny with it. I loved the English-to-raccoon translator, Peter's pet zombie, and Robocop's day off.
I don't have a lot to say about this one, but it was a pretty good episode in what's been a nice season for FG so far.
Peter: Come on, Joe! You're really gonna put us away? Joe: You think I want to do this? You know how hard it's gonna be to make new friends? Hey, do you think Chris is old enough to be my friend? Peter: Old enough? Yes. But I wouldn't bark down that alley. You frighten him. He thinks you're a Transformer that broke halfway through. Joe: I get that a lot. I understand.
Once Joe put the three amigos in jail, I wonderered how they'd get out of it without just magically ignoring everything. They did come pretty close. That said, the episode wasn't bad and there were a few funny jokes. Mort is best in small doses, though.
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A taut, well-made political thriller by George Clooney where we learn just how much it takes to wipe the perpetual, know it all smile from Ryan Gosling's face. Review with SPOILERS at Back of the Head (backofthehead.com)