So, this was pretty special and pretty surreal to watch. Perfect storyline to bring these two shows together. Everything worked awesomely. It was great to see so many Springfield residents get screen time and speaking bits.
Surprised how much I didn't hate the Lisa/Meg stuff. Hey, when the Griffins were first driving away from Quahog, take note of Meg's voice when she says "Ew, Mom!". Sounded like Lacey Chabert.
This happened to be the most perfect way to introduce Seth's version of Fred Flintstone to the world (that's still happending, right?)
The cameos were brilliant. The James Woods bit was truly inspired.
If they produced a standalone episode of Family Guy around "For Pete's Sake", it would've been a winner.
This and #EverySimpsonsEver renewed my love for The Simpsons, and this also renewed my love for Family Guy. We'll see how long that lasts.
Homer and Peter conclude they can co-exist as long as there is a half hour sandwiched between them. So, Springfield, MA, right? :-)
Originally posted by Mr Shh Homer and Peter conclude they can co-exist as long as there is a half hour sandwiched between them. So, Springfield, MA, right? :-)
Think they are referring to whatever show is between The Simpsons and Family Guy (looks to be Brooklyn Nine-Nine this season). The Kool Aid guy went to the wrong Springfield for the "Oh Yeah" court gag. lol I liked that they had Bob's Burger in the airplane because "we gotta carry him cause he can't fly on his own" and they showed Cleveland crashing while trying to fly a plane himself. The self-deprecating jokes were funny.
Amazing episode that got it all right. Loved the cameos and the jokes about them. It almost got me into watching the Simpsons again...almost.
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BONUS THREAD! We were very interested in this Stephen Merchant-led "odd comedy" - especially to learn just what a Merchant/Gervais show might look like when you take out the Gervais. Turns out it's a very familiar feeling!