My husband and I have watched every episode of this show,
since way back in 1999 with season one. It went off the air
in 2002 and came back in 2004, and it's been going strong
ever since. It's a huge hit for FOX. Humor-wise, it's
always been uneven. Some shows are just stupid and/or
boring. However, even on the worst shows, they generally
have at least one or two jokes that just leave you laughing
really hard, and thinking, "Oh, my gosh, I can't believe
they said that!" Such as in a recent episode where
they had a holocaust joke.
You have to have a good sense of humor to watch this
show. You can't be the type of person that takes offense at
things because they make fun of everyone and everything.
They are equal-opportunity offenders. Their jokes are
not just crass, and mean, and offensive, but really really
funny. We often have tears flowing when we watch the show.
Season Thirteen was just as funny as the rest. The season
opener was great because it was a crossover episode with the
Griffins visiting Springfield (and the characters from "The
Simpsons"). It was very funny. We used to watch "The
Simpsons," but it's not nearly as funny as it used to be, so
we stopped. We tried several times to watch it again, but
it's just not very funny. It's not edgy or provocative like
"Famly Guy" or the new show "Bordertown."
I will admit that sometimes the show can be too gross or
just focus too much on, say, Peter acting stupid.
Usually Stewie and Peter have the best lines, though.
If you liked the other seasons, you will probably like
this one. The DVD has many features that are enjoyable.
There's commentary, deleted scenes, cast members talking
about episodes, and some longer features. I love that stuff.
Why else buy the DVD? Enjoy this!
Own the Complete Season 13
with Uncensored Episodes and
Exclusive Behind-The-Scenes Extras!
December 8, 2015
The Two Most Iconic Animated Families
on Television Meet for the First Time
as The Griffins Travel to Springfield!
Pack your bags for a shipload of Family Guy fun!
Peter goes overboard writing a children's book, Chris
travels to the past for a titanic-sized history lesson,
Stewie impregnates himself with Brian's DNA (don't
ask)...and the Griffins meet The Simpsons in the
d'oh-nuttiest crossover event of all time. It's an
outrageous and uncensored complete season, featuring
celebrity guest voices Liam Neeson, Allison Janney, Jeff
Garlin, Julie Bowen and many more!
DVD Special Features:
Family Guy: Season 13 DVD
- On the Road to Springfield Featurette: The Making of
"The Simpsons Guy"
- Commentary on "The Simpsons Guy"
- Commentary on "Turkey Guys"
- Commentary on "The 2000 Year-Old Virgin"
- Commentary on "Stewie, Chris, & Brian's Excellent
- Commentary on "Once Bitten"
- Commentary on "Roasted Guy"
- Deleted Scenes
- Baby Ways
- Who Let the Dog Out
Street Date: December 8, 2015
Screen Format: Widescreen 1.78:1
Audio: English 5.1 Dolby Digital; Spanish DD 2.0 Surround
Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish
Total Run Time: 474 minutes
U.S. Rating: TV-MA
Closed Captioned: Yes
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