Family Guy Season 16 Episodes. Yeah, now I'm gonna tell you where it is. Uh, no, I no, I saw that you have an apartment for rent. We've got to keep our family safe. Brian goes on a rant, telling the mob that they're hypocrites by making a big deal out of essentially nothing and that they're no better than anyone else who has had judgement lapses in using social media and that they too have likely posted inappropriate and inflammatory comments online and have suffered the consequences before going back inside for refuge and what he thinks will be a group hug and words of comfort.
Brian deletes the tweet, and even all of his social media accounts, but that does nothing to stop the mob or their outrage. You-you want to ruin my life? Brian was making fun of himself for being white and college educated and choosing to see a movie like Baywatch, but because he mentioned Kevin Hart's movie, people automatically assumed he was making a racist comment. I just told a bad joke. Lucky there's a family guy Lucky there's a man who positively can do All the things that make us Laugh and cry He's a Fam ily Guy! He's never been kicked out and his life My life is not the issue here. When Brian posts an offensive tweet that goes viral and the rest of the Griffins are also treated as outcasts, he's forced to move out of the Griffin house. Someone needs to tell Donald Trump it's not fashionable to wear orange on your face after Labor Day. Why am I so fat? But I don't even have to look! The latter being his viewing preference.
Note: This episode premiered on Fox without commercial interruption due to a sponsorship agreement with for their game, , which was the sole advertiser at the end of this episode. This episode will definitely remain in the top five of all my favourite episodes! A giant slap at social media and the insanity that surrounds a simple post meant to be a joke quite often to one's own inner circle. They kill the student body. It's a no-win situation and that's what Brian found himself in. Lois is just putting her children first. In a time where a lot of Emoji Movie haters blow it out of proportion to make its problems seem like as serious of a real-world issue as Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q. Even the people I dont agree with.
I'm the self-righteous, liberal douchebag, not you! You can't say boo about anyone or anything lest you get labeled which is humorous in itself because the people doing the labeling are also the same people who don't want to be labeled. So, if this is resolved within the next few episodes like those and Brian is once again welcomed home, this whole thing is a non-issue. They no longer wanted to be associated with someone that caused so much trouble even though the Tweet was taken completely out of context. He later dumps Quagmire, Cleveland and Joe as friends, due to his friendship with Stryker giving him inflated self-esteem. And let's not forget all those people who don't identify with anything because they don't want to be boxed into any category.
Overall, this was an awful episode, this just might be just as worse as Season 12, no kidding, unless if the writers gets their heads out of their asses, it's gonna take me a long time to love this season! That is, when they're not looking down at their phones. Why are you getting into Twitter now? And the fact that this three-parter is likely to mainly get focused on only in subplots if the descriptions for the next two episodes are anything to go by, it seems like even they know that this idea doesn't have enough meat to it. The season features guest appearances from , , , , and cast members , and. Later on, Peter comes to realize he does not have the strength to do the physical activities that Stryker wants to do. You can't just go online and say whatever you want. Meanwhile, Peter, Joe, Cleveland, and Quagmire look after the Drunken Clam while Jerome is away.
Mom said he was a puppet, but she's stupid. This enables Peter and Lois to reconnect with their love. The ending was bland filler, though. They gave a poignant commentary on Twitter mobs and the damage they can cause. Yes, he was just minding his own business by using Twitter and his offensive tweet - as racist as sounds - was hilarious. People called him names, threatened to kill him or told him to kill himself. Brian's entire life was ruined because of one Tweet.
I'm gonna go watch that young hotshot attorney over there who's clearly in the middle of a movie montage. At home, things have gotten worse, and the mob is starting to vandalize the house. Did you eat breakfast this morning? Brian's tweet was douchey, but is it worth causing this much of a storm over? It was just a joke. I wonder if this episode is either: - Brian is officially removed for good to be canon - Brian might come back on next episode like none of that happening from that episode ever happened at all - this might be a 2 part episode where I think maybe Brian may come back and set things right or maybe Stewie travel back in time and alter history where Brian never posted that tweet - its an alternate timeline version on Brian getting replaced by Vinny once again but this time not having Brian dies well since Stewie altered history where he did saved Brian's life from preventing him from dying thats just my thoughts but overall I'm still like shocked about this episode that Brian got officially kicked out of the family for life I See you beat me to the punch. Where's the big nail clipper? Meanwhile, in light of moving out, Brian gets a job at a suicide hotline center to obtain some money to pay the rent to Lou Spinazola, where he falls for his co-worker, Martha voiced by. I didn't appreciate the social commentary about taking jokes on the internet too seriously that all of you were buzzing about until the 3rd time I watched this episode, but it really is more interesting to watch the 3rd time than it is the 1st and 2nd time because only at that time do you really get it, and it reminds me a lot of the admirable Fillmore episode Test of the Tested.
Not only did his Tweet and the subsequent Twitter storm affect him, it affected all of the Griffins too. We can't leave the house without getting harassed. How many of you can say that?! Brian is resigned to a lonely and miserable life as the episode ends. Everything about him in this episode irritated me to no end. This is getting out of control. I hope you get foot-and-mouth disease! Just like people can't stop Peter from ordering shepherd's pie.