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It's False

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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.78
It's crazy to see the opening in HD.

Love that they addressed Diane Simmons' departure right off the bat.

Tom Tucker: Ollie, where is Diane?
Ollie: SHE DEAD!

I was SO ready to tear this episode's concept a new one by pointing out the Fred Savage revelation from a few seasons ago, but Chris beat me to it. Of course, inconsistencies aren't needed to tear this plot to pieces. These days, anytime they try and center around the political side of Brian, it's almost a guaranteed recipe for suck.

Liked a couple of things from the episode, like the Stan Smith cameo, the Brady Bunch gag, and Stewie picking "Sons of Tucson" ("Let's all sit for a moment and remember that THIS was a thing!"). Other than that, it's another dud.

"Playing guitars. It's hard to sing while"
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I usually defend Family Guy, but this was weak. It might be the fact that I am not a fan of Rush, but I do respect him coming on the show where they did trash the GOP. That being said, it wasn't very good. Brian really only works as a foil character and he is getting Meg level of badness with his stand alone episodes. Family Guy needs to add a little political here and there instead devoting episodes to it.
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Finally got around to this and went in without reading the book first. It's probably the most satisfying Superman story I've ever read. The cliche "If you've ever seen one..." is thrown around too much, but it really does apply.
- It's False, All-Star Superman (2011)
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