Tag: Seth Macfarlane

Watch This Guy Impersonate Peter Griffin With Perfection

Yes, even the cartoon character Peter Griffin has fans.  And one guy does a pretty sweet job cosplaying Peter Griffin.  He does such a great job, he recently went to New York […]

Good News Fridays: Seth MacFarlane Helping Reading Rainbow Is Awesome

The Reading Rainbow Kickstarter project is now only six days away from wrapping up.  And as of this writing, it has raised over $4.2 million dollars.  But they want to get past […]

Power Rangers And Flintstones Reboots, Two Franchises That Need To Be Left Alone

Over the last week, two classic franchises that carries a geeky/nerdy theme are making a comeback!  But in my opinion, I think these comebacks are not going to be very popular, I […]

TV Review: Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

Last Sunday, Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey premiered on FOX and many other networks.  And after watching it on my DVR, I have to say, I enjoyed an hour of science on primetime […]

Why Is Cosmos Airing At The Same Time As The Walking Dead

Tonight, all of us geeks and nerds are going to have a very tough time deciding what to watch at 8 pm Central.  In one corner, the ever popular The Walking Dead […]

Animation Monday: Rick and Morty On Adult Swim

Before I talk about Rick and Morty on Adult Swim, I need to talk about the latest Family Guy episode where Brian Griffin was brought back.  When Brian died, I did this […]

Animation Monday: Family Guy Major Character Is Killed Off

When I watched the latest episode of Family Guy on my DVR late last night, I did not expect to see this ever happening.  But it happened.  Family Guy decided to mix […]

Animation Monday: 2013 Oscar Animated Categories

Who watched the Oscars last night?  Before I dive into the animated short film and animated feature categories.  I wanted to talk about the host of the Oscars, Seth MacFarlane. I liked […]

An Animation Monday Christmas: Adult Christmas Specials

  Sure; during this time of the year we get to enjoy many Christmas specials that are for kids and families.  And yes; I enjoy many of them!  But the cartoons for […]

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