Children's - Family Guy - Volume 1: Seasons 1 & 2 Not Rated / 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment / DVD

Children's - Family Guy - Volume 1: Seasons 1 & 2 Not Rated / 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment / DVD

This is the first of 5 volumes and it is hilarious! I never get sick of watching these and no matter how bad my mood,they always make me laugh. Bonus features include commentary from some of the writers,actors and creator Seth MacFarlane.

  • Even though many of my best friends were, and are, top comedy writers, I never really knew what it was like to be working on a sit com, let alone running a show, till I did these interviews. I've worked with all of them in one cap... Even though many of my best friends were, and are, top comedy writers, I never really knew what it was like to be working on a sit com, let alone running a show, till I did these interviews. I've worked with all of them in one capacity or another, as an actress on their shows, producing them as stand ups, interviewing them on my radio show, and still each of these interviews opened doors about comedy writing for me. I know some peope listen to them whenever they need inspiration, and other people use them as a crash course. Avaialble either as a CD set, MP3 set, or individual downloads. The interviews are with Michael Patrick King (Sex and the City), Gary Ganetti (Will and Grace), Alan Zweibel (SNL), John Riggi (30 Rock), Rob Cohen (Ben Stiller Show), Scottt Carter (Politically Incorrect), Seth McFarlane (Family Guy), Larry Charles (Borat). They all have a million other amazing credits as well. Check the website. Laugh while you learn.

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  • This still stands as my favorite episode of Family Guy ever. I would go so far as to say it's tied with "Spaceballs" as the greatest Star Wars spoof made. If you're a fan you've probably seen this...why not get it so you can wat... This still stands as my favorite episode of Family Guy ever. I would go so far as to say it's tied with "Spaceballs" as the greatest Star Wars spoof made. If you're a fan you've probably seen this...why not get it so you can watch on demand?