The AFA, registering sarcasm and scorn, goes after The Family Guy

Thank you, Seth MacFarlane, for finally attaining a high position on Don “Joker’s” Wildmon’s shit list. Try not to lose any sleep over it.
Fox’s ‘Family Guy’ goes too far; file a complaint with the FCC
File an official complaint with the FCC against the FOX network and your local FOX affiliate station.

March 25, 2009
Dear kemibe,
On March 8, Fox network aired Family Guy, a perverted and sickening program, into the homes of millions of Americans. This episode was rated TV-14 DLSV by FOX, meaning that in the network’s opinion it was appropriate for 14-year olds. It aired during prime-time.
The content of this program was so explicit that I can’t even begin to describe it here.
Click here to watch these scenes or read our detailed review. WARNING: These scenes taken from the Fox program Family Guy are highly offensive.
Even more offensive is Fox’s view of Christianity. At a “straight” meeting, the speaker talks to gays about Jesus and tells them, “He [Jesus] hates many people, but none more than homosexuals.” Incidentally, Pepsico helped sponsor this program (BoycottPepsico.com).
You really cannot get the full effect of the show’s portrayal of Christianity without watching the video or reading our review. You will hear the tone and sarcasm very clearly.
The FCC has a duty to enforce the law and fine Fox for this sickening violation of broadcast decency standards. In addition, your local FOX network affiliate did not have to air this episode. Obviously, they do not care about your local community standards.

Take Action!
File an official complaint with the FCC against the Fox network and your local FOX affiliate station. It will only take a couple of minutes. Do it for your children and grandchildren.

I especially like, “You will hear the tone and sarcasm very clearly.” Obviously, regular readers of AFA agitprop are not the kind of people who tend to “get” things.
The “detailed review” is even better. I defy you to get through this without laughing out loud at least three times:

The March 8 episode of Family Guy, a disgusting cartoon that airs Sunday nights on Fox network, condoned bestiality, gay orgies and babies eating sperm.
In this perverted episode:
* Peter, the husband/father figure, turns gay after taking an experimental shot of the gay gene. He was paid $125 to take part of this experiment to prove that being gay is not a choice.
* Peter and his new lover make out in a restaurant.
* The lover tells Peter he has arranged an 11-way gay orgy.
* Peter helps his son with his math homework and turns the problem into an explicit conversation about “glory holes” and “circuit parties,” which are references to gay sex.
* Peter leaves his son Chris in charge of the family while he spends time with his gay partner. Upon his new role, Chris immediately passes gas in his sister’s face and knocks out his mother, Lois.
* Peter lies in bed with his rear exposed and moans in pleasure when a horse, which he assumes is his wife, licks his rear.
* Lois, wearing skimpy lingerie, is turned down by her now gay husband.
* Their child, Baby Stewie, eats cereal covered with horse sperm that resembled milk kept in the refrigerator.

Oh, and as an “afterthought”:

Thank you for caring enough to get involved. If you feel our efforts are worthy of support, would you consider making a small tax-deductible contribution to help us continue?
Sincerely,
Don
Donald E. Wildmon,
Founder and Chairman
American Family Association

That’s right, Don. Whip ’em into a frenzy and then ask for their money. This sort of asshole is just the kind of wattle-faced hominid who would be shot to the front of the line into Hell were there really such a place.

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  1. #1 by Nelson Muntz on March 26, 2009 - 10:50 am

    Thanks for the tip. I just viewed it on Hulu.

  2. #2 by jay on March 26, 2009 - 12:52 pm

    With an FCC (and a congress) that goes rabid of a couple of seconds of (attractive) female nipple, the AFA may actually win this one.

  3. #3 by Devon on March 26, 2009 - 6:22 pm

    being gay is not a choice”
    Are they really still on that shtick? I’ve seen more conservative Christians embrace the idea that the act is a choice than the nature, but rather than cop Wildmon as an idiot, I’m sure it’s propagandizing to an audience.
    His moral compass seems aimed at securing those donations and instilling fear, whatever lies necessary to that end.

  4. #4 by Leslie on March 26, 2009 - 9:54 pm

    MATH HOMEWORK!?! That’s it! I can’t take any more of this filth!

  5. #5 by Bill from Dover on March 27, 2009 - 12:49 am


    Chris immediately passes gas in his sister’s face

    I saw this episode and she fucking deserved it.

  6. #6 by catgirl on March 27, 2009 - 1:16 pm

    Will somebody please explain to this guy how to work the power button on his remote? I don’t like this show at all (for different reasons) and yet somehow I manage to never watch it. Clearly Wildmon liked all the homosexual stuff in this episode, as he was paying such close attention that he could he write about it in detail. No doubt he watched it many, many times.

  7. #7 by catgirl on March 27, 2009 - 1:16 pm

    Will somebody please explain to this guy how to work the power button on his remote? I don’t like this show at all (for different reasons) and yet somehow I manage to never watch it. Clearly Wildmon liked all the homosexual stuff in this episode, as he was paying such close attention that he could he write about it in detail. No doubt he watched it many, many times.

  8. #8 by Blake H on March 27, 2009 - 3:40 pm

    I love that they embedded the “repulsive and sickening material” on their website.

  9. #9 by regrfg on April 1, 2009 - 12:31 pm

    Kevin Beck you are being ridiculous. There is nothing wrong with a non-profit asking for money from its subscribers. You just think THIS organization is wrong since you probably seem to think all Christian groups are money grabbers.
    And to one of the commentators – being gay appears to be both a choice and innate. I don’t think the language used about being born gay was appropriate, but I approve of the letter. Jesus is real, and he is our only hope for escape from punishment from things we do wrong in this life. And no, that is not an escapism or some fable. Pick up a Bible and read it and investigate the historicity of the gospels and their authors, and you will eventually see He is alive, and cares for you.

  10. #10 by Jim Fiore on April 1, 2009 - 3:56 pm

    That reminds me of what George Carlin used to say about god (paraphrasing):
    There’s this invisible man in the clouds who is all powerful and knows everything. He has a set of 10 laws that you must absolutely follow. If you aren’t successful in following them, he will send you to a place filled with fire and anguish and pain and torment for eternity. Why? Because he loves you.
    Oh, and by the way, how can being gay be both a choice and innate? If it’s innate, you don’t have a choice. The “best” you could hope for would be to repress it.
    But that’s a red herring anyway. I couldn’t care less if being gay was a choice versus innate. You still don’t have a right to discriminate against someone in the public sphere on the basis of a personal choice between consenting adults.

  11. #11 by Brian on April 1, 2009 - 4:19 pm

    I live the conservative Christian double standard. When we complain about real hate, they call us PC whiners, but then they believe their views should have a special wall of protection around them. Religion is the biggest victim-whining racket in the country and the biggest recipient of politically correct undeserved respect.

  12. #12 by mgordon on April 2, 2009 - 3:14 am

    “…. babies eating sperm. ”
    On its own that is funny. When I take into consideration who it comes from it descends into the realm of shart producing laughter.

  13. #13 by Nicodemus on April 3, 2009 - 2:41 pm

    For all you folks who enjoy bashing Christians, and Jesus, and the Bible, ask yourself – Would ‘Family Guy’ make fun of Islam ??? This is the religion of true intolerance, and suicide bombers. Left wing liberals, etc., bend over backwards to these people, who want to kill all non-believers (athiests first, of course – then Jews). Read the Gospels, the book of Romans, the book of James – see if you don’t have a better understanding of Christ, and those of us who follow him – we are nor perfect, but aspire to be better!

  14. #14 by Jim Fiore on April 4, 2009 - 8:53 am

    ask yourself – Would ‘Family Guy’ make fun of Islam ?
    Uh, apparently you’ve never watched this show, right? And you’re not familiar at all with Seth MacFarlane either, right?
    Right?

  15. #15 by hopper3011 on April 4, 2009 - 8:37 pm

    Read the Gospels, the book of Romans, the book of James – see if you don’t have a better understanding of Christ, and those of us who follow him – we are nor perfect, but aspire to be better!

    And your aspiring to be ‘better’ involves barefaced lying? This is obviously a definition of the word ‘better’ that I haven’t come across yet, but it doesn’t seem a very Christian approach to self-improvement.
    I have no particular desire to defend Islam, but the suggestion that Islamic teaching suggests killing all unbelievers is a lie, pure and simple. You obviously haven’t read the Qur’an, and are either making shit up or parroting shit that some other idiot made up.

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