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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Family Guy gay gene episode

This aired last Sunday and is now embedded here on the blog:

Joe.My.God. sums it up with:
Some of you were worried that the episode would reinforce swishy gay stereotypes, and yeah, it does. But at the core of episode is the lesson that gays are fine just as we are and any attempt to change us is doomed to failure.

Too stereotypical? Funny anyways? Any insights?


  1. You know, I think this show is funny in general, but what strikes me more is that common stereotypes of gay people are really quite passé. They haven't changed in decades and I think part of that is because there are still two separate communities for gay and het people. It's hard for people to have realistic ideas of people when they don't think they know any or only see crap on tv and movies.

  2. Didn't care for it. Enough with pushing the liberal agenda, Seth.

  3. I thought the episode was funny as H---! If anyone took offense to it, well they should not watch the show because the show always talks about issues and put a funny spin to it.

  4. I think it's the type of thing that needs to be taken with a grain of salt. Yeah, it's stereotypical, but still hysterical and actually has a pretty good message.

  5. its wrong and its puts a bad light to gay and transsexual people , anyways i say transsexual people because of that quagmire's dad Episode is so rude and it does not any way make me laugh its stupid and hateful this is why people behave poorly towards gay lesbians bisexuals and of course transgenders stop this stupid hate and grow up don't let a stupid book called the bible run your life be happy and and live free of hate which is more than i can say for some heterosexual people