#4ACX01 - North by North Quahog #4ACX02 - Fast Times at Buddy Cianci High #4ACX03 - Don't Make Me Over #4ACX04 - Blind Ambition #4ACX05 - Stewie B. Goode (Part I) #4ACX06 - Bango Was His Name Oh (Part II) #4ACX07 - Stu & Stewie's Excellent Adventure (Part III) #4ACX08 - The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire #4ACX09 - Petarded #4ACX010 - Brian the Bachelor #4ACX011 - 8 Simple Rules for Buying My Teenage Daughter #4ACX012 - Breaking Out Is Hard to Do #4ACX013 - Model Misbehavior
I'm guessing the three-parter is what the direct-to-DVD movie was going to be.
Screw American Dad. I want to see the new Family Guy episodes RIGHT NOW! But no...for whatever reason we have to wait until JUNE 2005 to watch them and on Fox. I don't get why they can't just put the new episodes on Adult Swim, since that's where the show became successful, and that's where they gave Family Guy the respect it deserved. Even now when Fox showed reruns of Family Guy they edited and censored them.
"Don't compare my arm to your cheap arm!" -Edward Elric
Originally posted by The Vile1 Even now when Fox showed reruns of Family Guy they edited and censored them.
Blame "wardrobe malfunctions" on that.
Fox is over the air and subject to fines. Cartoon Network is not.
I get the feeling that, since the show was produced before Janetgate, the Fox Standards and Practices people decided to edit everything. Hopefully the new episodes will be a little edgier, considering the Simpsons show asses all the time, and the word "bastard" is used, as well. Since Fox has to approve the stuff that goes into the new episodes, I'm going to guess that we won't see watered down "Family Guy". The editing was probably just a knee-jerk reaction to appease the PTC and others.
I thought this was a typo, so I looked it up myself. NOW I think you're, incredibly, UNDERstating the figures because between the CBS press release and another source I found agree on 4.8/14 for the demo and 21,371,000 viewers (give or take a thousand)....