While extreme left continues to chide The Simpsons, Family Guy gets it from the other side.
In response to the controversy around Michelle Wolf’s White House Correspondents Dinner performance, Family Guy regular James Woods has chimed in noting that he was recently offered a Family Guy episode and turned it down due to the premise of the episode being very anti-conservative.
Family Guy is rife with James Woods references, most famously with the James Woods High School that Meg and Chris frequent and there’s even a local Quahog forest called “James Woods”. A highly satirized version of himself was also featured in eight episodes, usually in prominent roles. Whether it’s trying to commit fraud against Peter or ruining Brian’s TV show, James Woods has had a bunch of fun episodes of the series over the course of the franchise’s 16 seasons.
Family Guy is staring down the last few episodes of it’s 16th season which should wrap before May. A new episode airs this Sunday Night @ 9 pm ET/PT entitled “HTTPete”, in the episode, to help promote the brewery to millennials, Peter adopts the millennial lifestyle; his methods soon attract the attention of a high-powered Silicon Valley executive.