Mother of Family Guy star tried to get the sequence cancelled


The mom of 1 Family Guy star hates the animated sequence a lot she truly tried to get it cancelled.

Mother of Family Guy star tried to get the sequence cancelled

Seth MacFarlane’s Family Guy is celebrating its twenty fifth anniversary this 12 months, but when Patrick Warburton’s mother and father had their method, the long-running animated comedy sequence could be useless and buried.

Patrick Warburton has voiced Joe Swanson on Family Guy for the reason that first season, however his mother and father have by no means accredited of his involvement within the sequence. “They hate the show even more today than they did 25 years ago,” Warburton mentioned throughout the PaleyFest LA: Family Guy twenty fifth Anniversary Celebration panel (through People). “My father was in a monastery for 3 months. He virtually turned a monk. … My mom [went] across the neighborhood once I was 13 years outdated passing out pamphlets on the sins of masturbation, [which] didn’t get me into the cool crowd. So they hate the present.

Warburton added his mom even tried to get Family Guy cancelled, although he was utilizing the cash he comprised of the sequence to assist help them. “My mother belonged to the American Television Council and they were trying to get the show canceled,” Warburton mentioned. “I was helping support my parents with ‘Family Guy’ money. She tried to get me to sign the petition [to cancel the show]. I said, ‘Mom, if you don’t think I’m going to talk about this publicly, this is the greatest irony. You’re laundering money, you’re laundering it to yourself.’ They hate it more today.” I’ve obtained to say, having your mother and father actively attempt to put you out of labor when you’re supporting them is somewhat wild.

Fox initially cancelled Family Guy after three seasons, however following robust syndication scores and DVD gross sales, they introduced the sequence again in 2005, and it’s been operating constantly ever since. With the present set to debut its twenty third season later this 12 months, Seth MacFarlane advised the Los Angeles Times that he doesn’t “see a good reason to stop” the sequence.

People still love it. It makes people happy and it funds some good causes,” MacFarlane mentioned. “It’s a lot of extraneous cash that you can donate to Rainforest Trust and you can still go out to dinner that night. There was a time when I thought, ‘It’s time to wrap it up.’ At this point, we’ve reached escape velocity. I don’t know that there’s any reason to stop at this point unless people get sick of it. Unless the numbers show that people just are, ‘Eh, we don’t care about “Family Guy” anymore.’ But that hasn’t occurred but.


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