When members of the Ku Klux Klan marched to keep the Confederate flag flying in South Carolina on Saturday, a clever objector came up with a priceless and highly effective form of protest, which was captured on video and immediately went viral.
Seth MacFarlane, the man -- not to mention the voices -- behind the animated TV show "Family Guy" and the film "Ted," will be hosting the 85th annual Academy Awards. Here's what you can expect.
There, he said it: Seth MacFarlane, the mind behind the hit man-’toon "Family Guy," courted controversy once again during a recent interview by comparing Arizona's already infamous new immigration law to the Nazis' notorious practice of demanding to see people's "papers."
Turns out that Andrea Fay Friedman, the voice actor who played the part of Ellen on the last episode of "Family Guy," has Down syndrome, as does her character on Fox's cheeky cartoon As it also happens, Friedman thinks Sarah Palin (continued).
Politicians try all the time to use popular culture to their tactical advantage, but attempting to tweet their way into the hearts of Americans can invite certain pop-cultural comebacks, as a clip from Sunday's "Family Guy" episode demonstrates.
In a satirical match made in heaven, Stephen Colbert appears in cartoon form on "The Simpsons" season premiere. Meanwhile, "Family Guy" takes a jab at the Bushies (and Limbaughs) of the world on its own season debut -- featuring a "Star Wars" send-up, just to add that much more comical catnip to the mix for the show's loyal target demographic.
The recent glut of video communiques from Osama bin Laden reminded us of this classic "Family Guy" spoof.
In this "Family Guy" homage to "Back to the Future," a trip back in time triggers an alternate reality where Al Gore is president, crime has disappeared, cars can fly and Halliburton Chairman Dick Cheney has shot Justice Scalia, Karl Rove and Tucker Carlson in a tragic hunting accident.