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May 4, 2010

 
ONE OF THE MOST DISGUSTING EPISODES WE'VE EVER SEEN ON TV
HELP PUT A STOP TO FAMILY GUY'S SICKENING CONTENT!


It's nothing new for Seth MacFarlane, creator of the Fox cartoon series Family Guy, American Dad and The Cleveland Show, to subject viewers to sordid and distasteful "comedy" -- but this past Sunday, May 2nd, at 9:00 p.m. ET, Family Guy hit a new low, literally plunging into the toilet for its noxious "humor."

The episode showed viewers -- many of them children -- the following:
  • The family dog, Brian -- a talking, martini drinking human-like character -- eats Baby Stewie's feces out of his diaper.

  • Brian eats Stewie's vomit.

  • Brian licks the feces off of Stewie's bottom. Stewie says Brian "French-kissed my bottom clean!"

  • Brian and Stewie get drunk together.

To read the dialogue and see a clip from the episode, click here.
WARNING: CONTENT IS GRAPHIC AND EXTREMELY OFFENSIVE!

MacFarlane and his ilk love to bleat about their "First Amendment rights" -- but YOU have rights, too! The broadcast airwaves are public property. YOU own the airwaves, not Fox! How much longer must Americans tolerate this extreme and offensive content on the public airwaves...the airwaves YOU own?

Broadcast decency laws define programming as indecent if they feature patently offensive "sexual or excretory" content. This program CLEARLY meets that definition!

Click below to write or email the Federal Communications Commission, and DEMAND they enforce the law!
 

   

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