Family Guy

TV Show • 1999 • Animation  Report
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lholafur32
New Brian, Brian's Mom, some random dog Brian ran over and Brian himself. Though a few episodes later he was saved by Stewie somehow seeing his past self and time traveled.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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AReichel31
Not really. There is an episode that reenacts Lady and the Tramp and Michael Vick shows up and pushes both of their heads into buckets of water.
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Are there bugs?
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Gaybie
Peter presumably kills the never ending story dragon in a cutaway.
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nataliekringer
A cat was cut into pieces in one episode
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ejscanlan
Which episodes?
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StaySafeFriends
There is frequent jokes about alcoholism, which Peter and Brian both definitely are, often Lois as well. There is jokes around addiction to smoking, energy drinks, meth, cocaine, ADHD medication.
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StaySafeFriends
Constantly Peter abuses alcohol, often among his friends at the drunken clam
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JayW
There are multiple references to Meg cutting herself, most notably in the crossover episode the Simpsons Guy, where she carved Lisa’s name into her arm.
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WillD
The griffins eat a dead teenage boy to survive in the mountains
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Gaybie
People are often kicked in the nuts in the show.
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AReichel31
Both of Peter's parents die in different episodes.
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Dorianaz9
In episode 11 of the season 16 Brian break the teddy bear of Stewie
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werepolybius
In Episode 3 of Season 17 there is a part where Stewie and a child named Hudson choke on toys in a rather graphic and disturbing manner
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Jahonfroy
Stewie was kidnapped and sold at an auction. Brian saved him tho
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pascalkubli
s10/ e10; 16min34s
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interstellerdomine
In the Season 4 episode “8 Simple Rules for Buying My Teenage Daughter, Peter, Stewie, Chris and Brian consume ipecac which leads to a prolonged vomiting scene
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Gaybie
Peter undergoes shock therapy in season 2 episode 1
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wesleythomasm
Stewie has a cancer scare in one episode due to overusing a tanning machine.
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WillD
Jillian (Brian’s Girlfriend)
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Gaybie
Season 10 Episode 2 Brian has a drug induced anxiety attack
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Gaybie
In season 10 episode 2, Peter makes "dad noises" which many would considered grating. There's also an episode where he rubs a plastic wrap on a couch to make a very unpleasant sound that could cause pain in those sensitive to it.
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SpikeGreene
There's an episode where Peter and Lois believe "vaccines cause autism", but they are disproven by the end. In one episode, Peter "tests" whether his son Chris has autism by slamming cymbals behind his head. Much as I personally love this show, as someone with autism, I say Seth MacFarlane doesn't seem to know much about it. In a show like this, you can expect anything, and from time to time they will reference autism in a possibly disparaging way, so be careful of that.
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Does a baby cry?
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AReichel31
There is an entire episode dedicated to the abortion conversation including ending in Lois getting an abortion.
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Gaybie
No. Not yet at least. But a pregnant woman is punched by Peter.
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StaySafeFriends
There is constant jokes about se*ual as*ult and r*pe in the show. Especially with the character Quagmire who consistently jokes about drugging and r*ping women, amd sleeping with underage girls. The show mostly jokes about women being the victim, but there is also plenty of jokes and disturbing plots about men being the victims as well. There is an episode where Quagmire attempts to groom Meg for sex once she turned 18. There is an episode where Quagmire is arrested for statutory r*PE (although the girl slept with him "consensualy"), there is an episode where after a prostate exam Peter feels violated and reports to doctor for se*ual as*ult. There is an episode where Peter is sexually harrased by his boss Angela. There is an episode where Quagmire gets in a se*ually above relationship and it kidnapped and r*ped by his girlfriend. Consistently throughout the show Chris is targeted by their neighbor Herbert (an elderly man who is a pe*ophile.) There is a whole very disturbing episode when Meg is kidnapped and forced into s*x trafficking, Brian and Stewie save her at the end.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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hyperjenb
"Fresh Heir" focuses on a father/son marriage (as a ploy to get inheritance that was given to the son, but sex and such between them is still referenced).
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Jake18
It's never explicitly said but it is implied that Peter said it to a bunch of black people in one episode and then he goes on to declare that they respected him for saying it.
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connoremsley
Every ethnicity/sexuality/gender is made fun of.
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Gaybie
No, the first death in the series is road runner and the first human death is William Shatner who's not black.
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AReichel31
Most episodes make at least one joke at Jewish expense.
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Travis
Ida is often referred to after her transition as a male or "mom dad"
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AReichel31
Mel Gibson falls off mount rushmore
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AReichel31
Quagmire's sister is frequently beaten by her boyfriend
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StaySafeFriends
Meg is emotionally abused by her whole family throughout the show. Chris is targeted by a pe*ophile throughout the show. There are instances where Peter and Lois act violently towards their children.
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AReichel31
Episode Da Boom
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rosemac
In s13e05 "turkey guys" Peter hangs himself with the tie he receives for father's day. In s12e03 "quagmire's quagmire", Stewie's previous teddy bear hangs himself in the end, right after Stewie takes Rupert back. In s16e15 "woof of wall street" Rupert hangs himself during one of Stewie's monologues about Brian.
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WillD
Brian, Stewie, Meg, and probably many other characters are hit by cars
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