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12/10/2013 9:28 am EST Follow: A week after "Family Guy" killed off the family dog, Brian Griffin, the Fox show aired new opening credits featuring the replacement dog, Vinnie (voiced by "The Sopranos" star Tony Sirico).
Smooth-talking, erudite Brian Griffin is really and truly dead at least, until Family Guy revives him somehow, likely during the show's Dec...But in the meantime, the pup has gone to that big dog run in the sky leaving a hole in our hearts, the
Earlier this year, critic Richard Rushfeld proposed the coining of a new trope : "strangle the dog," a play on the trope of "pet the dog," in which screenwriters would have a character pet a dog as a shortcut to getting viewers to like that character.
The transfer of the briefcase with the nuclear codes actually, the key to the lock on the petty cash drawer has occurred. Brian has turned down a few last-minute pardon requests (sorry, Mr. Dimora).
If Brian Griffin left a dog-holding-a-martini-glass shaped hole in your heart, then dab away those tears as the creators of Family Guy may be bringing him back. Fans of the programme were left heartbroken in November after the eloquent canine was hit
"Family Guy" news is out and fans can't be more excited. When Brian the Dog died recently fans even said that they would boycott the show, but now news is out and according to http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/entertainment/
Brian Griffin, the talking dog on Family Guy who got hit by a car in the Nov. 24 episode, may live to sip another martini. Family Guy Kills Off Member of the Fam Close inspection of FOX's episode description for the Dec. Christmas Guy, lists Brian
Yes, the beloved talking canine who met his demise in the Nov. 24 episode will pop back up on the animated Fox comedy in the Dec. The network declined to comment.) How exactly Brian who is voiced by series creator Seth MacFarlane will re-emerge from
Fans of Family Guy are mourning the loss of Brian, who was killed off in last week's episode on Seth MacFarlane 's animated series. The family dog had been in each and every episode since the pilot...Family Guy 's Shocking Death : Executive producer
Exclusive It's always darkest before the dawn -- " Family Guy " might have taken away our beloved Brian Griffin ... but Kelsey Grammer tells TMZ, Sideshow Bob WILL be making a triumphant return to " The Simpsons ." KG was out in L.A. this week when