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This is my blog where I review DVDs, movies, and new episodes of TV shows I watch, and sometimes I comment on news stories that I find interesting. But a lot of the time I just post random things.

Thursday, June 30, 2005

Family Guy: The Movie - On DVD September 27

The FOX press release for the Family Guy movie:

Fox Home Entertainment Proudly Presents Stewie Griffin
In His Long Awaited Feature-Length DVD Premiere Debut
“Family Guy” DVD Premiere Hits The Red Carpet
On September 27, 2005
Best Selling Animated Television Series Of All-Time Returns To DVD
In An Unrated Direct-To-DVD Extravaganza
Featuring Brand New DVD Content For The First Time In Over Two Years
Launching Day-And-Date On UMD For The Sony PSP
CENTURY CITY, Calif. – Things are guaranteed to get wilder, raunchier and funnier in Quahog when Fox Home Entertainment releases Seth MacFarlane’s first full-length unrated DVD feature in “FAMILY GUY PRESENTS STEWIE GRIFFIN: THE UNTOLD STORY!” on September 27. In this exclusive, side-splittingly funny DVD premiere, Stewie, the maniacal baby genius, is distracted from his plans for world domination when he has a near-death experience. A great deal of booze and major drama follows, as Peter gets fired from his personal-opinion segment on the local news for being a lousy parent and Stewie takes a road trip to find his real dad. Shattering TV DVD sales records “Family Guy” sold over 4 million combined units with the release of its first two DVD volumes and Family Guy: The Freakin’Sweet Collection, and returned to FOX this year as part of the network’s Sunday night
“Animation Domination” line-up. Available for the suggested retail price of $29.98 U.S./$43.98 Canada, the single-disc DVD features over 80 minutes of new never-before-seen “Family Guy” content. The new feature will also be available on UMD for a price of $29.98. The “FAMILY GUY PRESENTS STEWIE GRIFFIN: THE UNTOLD STORY!” DVD includes commentary, deleted scenes, still galleries, animatics and more. Prebook is August 31, 2005.
Marketing Support:
Leveraging the tremendous awareness and unprecedented success of the “Family Guy” franchise on DVD and the triumphant return of the series to network television on FOX, Fox Home Entertainment will support the release of “FAMILY GUY PRESENTS STEWIE GRIFFIN: THE UNTOLD STORY!” with the largest and most comprehensive Fox TV DVD marketing campaign ever. The multi-million dollar campaign will include national print and television advertising, a major grassroots college campaign targeting co-eds at bars and clubs, fraternity parties and via special screening events. A massive synergy campaign across all Fox entities including Fox Licensing & Merchandising, Fox FBC and Fox Mobile is scheduled to roll out surrounding street day in September, as well as national radio promotions, an extensive public relations campaign including FOX affiliate promotions, and major online outreach.
In this exclusive DVD premiere, Stewie, the maniacal baby genius, is distracted from his plans for world domination when he sees a man who looks just like him on television. Convinced that this man must be his real father (after all, how could he possibly share genetic material with the dimwitted Peter?), Stewie sets off on a cross-country road trip to find him. But his incredible journey leads him to discoveries far more vile and shocking than anything found in his diaper.
DVD Special Features:
The “FAMILY GUY PRESENTS STEWIE GRIFFIN: THE UNTOLD STORY!” includes commentary, deleted scenes, still galleries, animatics and more. The DVD is presented in 1.33:1 aspect ratio in full screen with English Dolby Surround and features English, Spanish and French subtitles. A recognized global industry leader, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment LLC is the worldwide marketing, sales and distribution company for all Fox film and television programming on VHS and DVD as well as video acquisitions and original productions. Each year the Company introduces hundreds of new and newly enhanced products, which it services to retail outlets -- from mass merchants and warehouse clubs to specialty stores and e-commerce – throughout the world. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment LLC is a subsidiary of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, a News Corporation company.
DVD Price: $29.98 U.S./$43.98 Canada
UMD Price: $29.98 U.S./$41.98 Canada
Street Date: September 27, 2005
Prebook Date: August 31, 2005
Total Running Time: 83 minutes
DVD Catalog Number: 2230239
U.S. Rating: N/A
Canadian Rating: N/A
Closed Captioned: Yes

DVD cover art:

UMD cover art:

I can't wait to see it!

Review of American Dad - "Pilot"

Since this is the only episode of American Dad that has aired that I haven't reviewed yet, I thought I would review it today. This episode aired on February 6 of this year after a new episode of The Simpsons and the Super Bowl.

The Pilot episode of American Dad was decent. It is definately my least favorite episode of the series so far. There weren't too many laughs in this episode. But there were a few funny moments in the episode, such as the Jack-In-The-Box Man gag. I give this episode a C+.

Sunday, June 26, 2005

Review of Family Guy - "Brian the Bachelor"

The Family Guy episode "Brian the Bachelor" was a really good episode. Very many funny moments. I actually liked the strange, but hilarious sub-plot of Chris and his pimple more than the main plot. I don't understand why people think this season has been a let down, I think it has been great. I give this episode an A-.

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

The Simpsons Season 6 DVD Cover Art

Here is the cover art for The Simpsons season six DVD that will be released in August:

I like it, but it will look really out of place with the seasons already released.

I will post more information on the set when more information becomes available.

Monday, June 20, 2005

Reviews of Family Guy - "Petarded" and American Dad - "Deacon Stan, Jesus Man"

The Family Guy episode "Petarded" was really great. So many very funny moments, such as Timer the Cheese Guy singing and dancing at 3:30 in the morning. Season four has been a great season so far. I give this episode an A+.

The American Dad episode "Deacon Stan, Jesus Man" was a pretty good episode, but not as good as last week's great episode. Stan being "possesed by the Devil" was hilarious, my favorite part of the episode. I give this episode an A-.

Monday, June 13, 2005

Michael Jackson: NOT Guilty - Bullshit

I'm kind of pissed that Michael Jackson was found not guilty, my opinion is that he IS guilty and he has molested children(s). And one thing that makes me mad is that his fans won't even consider that he did do it, they just ignore the evidence. Well, it was an awesome trial though, I can't wait for the next one.

Reviews of Family Guy - "The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire" and American Dad - "Homeland Insecurity"

The Family Guy episode "The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire" was awesome. It is the best episode of the season so far, and it is one of my new top five favorite Family Guy episode. The episode had so many hilarious moments. I'm pretty sure I'm within the 0.2% of people who understood the Kicked In The Nuts reference. I give this episode an A+.

The American Dad episode "Homeland Insecurity" was great. This episode is definately the best one of the season so far. I give this episode an A.

Friday, June 10, 2005

Family Guy TV Guide Covers

This Sunday (June 12th) Family Guy TV Guide covers will be realeased. Four of the covers will be on the newstands (Chris and Meg, Peter and Lois, Brian, Stewie), and the other cover will only be available if you have a TV Guide subscription.

Thursday, June 09, 2005

Family Guy Season 4 on [adult swim]

Tonight [adult swim] will begin airing reruns of season four episodes of Family Guy, tonight's episode will be "North By North Quahog" (Season 4 premiere), it will air at 11:30 tonight. It is possible that this rerun will have more content than the original FOX version of the episode. A season four episode will air every Thursday at 11:30 on [adult swim] (and if you didn't know, [adult swim] is on Cartoon Network).

Tuesday, June 07, 2005

School's Out

Today was the last day of school for this year, I just recently got home. To quote Otto, "Alright, three months of Spaghetti-Os and daytime TV!" In case you didn't know, the title of this post is a reference to Alice Cooper's song "School's Out".

Monday, June 06, 2005

Some Changes

I've decided to make some changes to the blog. First of all, I will quit posting that day's Dilbert comic strip, go to Dilbert.com if you want to see it. Second of all, I will quit posting as frequently. If you don't like these changes, well, you can fornicate yourself with an iron stick.

Reviews of Family Guy - "Don't Make Me Over" and American Dad - "Roger Codger"

The Family Guy episode "Don't Make Me Over" was a good episode. I thought the Ms. Swan (Alex Borstein, Lois) reference was awesome. The George W. Bush bit was one of the funniest things I've ever seen. I give this episode a B+.

The American Dad episode "Roger Codger" was a good episode. Although, I didn't like it as much as the last new episode to air ("Francine's Flashback") though. I give this episode a B.

Saturday, June 04, 2005

Review of Team America: World Police

Today I bought the Team America: World Police DVD and I saw the movie for the first time. I thought the movie was awesome. It was hilarious throughout the entire movie, the song "Freedom Costs A Buck O'Five" is one of the funniest things I've ever heard. Team America is one of my new favorite movies. Matt Stone and Trey Parker are geniuses. I give this movie an A+.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005

The Best Freakin' Family Guy Websites