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Family Guy Weekend: New series starts Sunday GIGGITY, GIGGITY, GIGGITY!

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Dana Stevens | 15:23 UK time, Friday, 6 May 2011

Woohoo it's finally here! The new series of Family Guy starts on BBC Three this Sunday and to celebrate we're bringing you a whole weekend of Family Guy fun. There's a brand new programme looking at Family Guy's Groundbreaking Gags narrated by comedian Robert Webb and featuring a host of British comic talent including Paul O'Grady, Shappi Khorsandi and Blake Harrison. And you'll be able to watch a whole bunch of classic episodes back-to-back from 9.45pm on Saturday and 10.50pm on Sunday night. All riiiiight!

Here's a little look at what you can expect in the first new hilarious episode And Then There Were Fewer.

Family Guy series 9

As you can see, the Griffins and residents of Quahog are invited to a mansion for a weekend retreat...

..but things soon become a real murder mystery when guests end up dead...

Family Guy Series 9

...and everyone tries to figure out whodunnit. It's gonna be AMAZING! I cannot wait.

You can watch Family Guy's Groundbreaking Gags at 9.30pm this Sunday and the new series of Family Guy starts at 10pm Sunday.

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  • Comment number 1.

    YAY! New Family Guy. This new Family Guy episode is going to be really funny hopefully! lets hope we see more of Quagmire's sex jokes, Peter's Stupidity, Stewie's Cunningness and Meg's Uselessness!

  • Comment number 2.

    Why has it taken so long for the episodes to be shown. I'm quite sure it was the first quarter last year that they were shown not in Summer?

    Still I'm looking forward to it.

    *As Carter* Yay Family Guy, wish I was a Griffin

  • Comment number 3.

    Ross - these episodes were first aired in September 2010 in USA: the delay's not as bad as other shows methinks.

  • Comment number 4.

    A whole bunch of trying too hard. Whoo hoo.

  • Comment number 5.

    sort out the series link for the new series bbc!

  • Comment number 6.

    woo family guy is finally back.This episode seriously reminds me of my favourite film "clue" same plot,totally amazing well done family guy team

  • Comment number 7.

    What a massively disappointing start to the new series. I can't believe Seth Macfarlane, the super talented creator of FG, let this get on air like this, it's so light on jokes, I didn't laugh once, not once! Having checked some other reviews I quickly found that it's not just me, so I know I wasn't having a sense of humour bypass. Let's hope it's a lesson to the whole FG team, of what not to do, as we all know they really hate being cancelled ;-)

  • Comment number 8.

    Every episode of Family Guy has a reference to smoking marijuana and it's never negative. So I asume the BBC is okay with this and also thinks it's okay to take drugs.

  • Comment number 9.

    @Popsii

    There's actually very few drug references in the episodes

    I enjoyed this episode, I like it when Seth does an homage episode (like with Tear jerker on American Dad, this one etc)

  • Comment number 10.

    Is the current new series Series 9 as labelled on BBC? And is this the same as Series 10 as sold in the shops? Why this difference?

  • Comment number 11.

    I set the series link to record the new series, it's a shame I then have to delete all the repeats. Why not just give us a straightforward series? I would have thought the BBC would have enough of a back-catalogue to have some more variety, not just repeats of repeats of repeats. I've probably missed a few programmes as I never know whether it is new or not.

 

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