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Family Guy is an American animated television series about a dysfunctional family in The Simpson family meet the Griffin family in the crossover episode. "The Simpsons Guy" is the first episode of Family Guy's season It was a one- hour premiere, orginally airing on September 28, Directed by Peter Shin, Dominic Bianchi, James Purdum. With Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Seth Green, Mila Kunis. After fleeing Quahog due to Peter's.

He also has an infant daughter, Susie.

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Impossible ", Betty White entreats viewers to help keep "this crude, low-brow programming" on the air, while the television next to her has the Family Guy logo. In Replaceable YouMr. Burns says "What the deuce? When the clones create an army of themselves, variations begin to appear, and one of the "variant" clones is Peter Griffinreflecting the common criticism that Peter is too similar to Homer Simpson - in other words, a clone of him.

In trying to identify Sideshow Bobthe Italian police look through a book of criminals, in which there are pictures of Peter Griffin accused of Plagiarismo, Plagiarism implying that Family Guy is a ripoff of The Simpsons and Stan Smith accused of Plagiarismo de plagiarismo, Plagiarism of Plagiarism implying that American Dad! In " Krusty the Clown ", Family Guy was one of the many currently running shows, that was so popular that everybody's heard of, but doesn't actually exist.

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Everybody thinks it's real, because of how widespread it's name is. However, they never bother to watch it, and just assume everyone else around them watches it. People in costume were dressed as Peter, Lois, Chris, and Stewie.

The guy in the Stewie costume, mentioned that he was the "it" kid in the early 's. Plow " an episode of The Simpsonssaying that everyone else has watched it and he is not special for watching it, too.

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His attempt to run away is analogous to running away from the car. Here, he does not crash through the door, and is knocked out unconscious. Peter then asks Stewie "Who the Hell is that? Stewie quotes "Nobody better lay a finger on my butterfinger" and then adds " D'oh!

After enjoying their time together, Marge brings Quagmire to Springfield to have more fun.

simpsons and family guy meet

After a long night of sex with Marge, Homer catches them in the act. The Simpson family is then killed in one-by-one a chain reaction shooting by Quagmire. This scene was omitted from all FOX broadcasts at the insistence of Simpsons producers, who did not allow the voice actors to reprise their roles for the scene. In " Lois Kills Stewie ", one of the society offenders from the DVD-exclusive song, "I've Got a Little List", is "the guy who watched the Simpsons back in and won't admit the damn thing isn't funny anymore".

The Simpsons fan in question can be pointed out by his Bart Simpson t-shirt.

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He uttered his catchphrase "D'oh! Due to copyright issues however, the head was changed to a regular Darth Vader head in the final cut. In " Big Man on Hippocampus ", Peter gets amnesia and forgets everything about him.

When Lois introduces Meg as his daughter, he says "D'oh! At the end of " Dial Meg for Murder ", the ending credits were in the same font as the ones used in The Simpsons. However, the font used here is not the exact font used, but is in the Akbar font. A reference to Butterfinger has been featured as a candy called "Notafinger", which was mentioned by Stewie Griffin in " Halloween on Spooner Street ".

In " New Kidney in Town ", Peter's skin becomes flushed and turns completely yellow. He claims that he is perfectly healthy and could go on for another 20 years. This is a joke on The Simpsons having yellow-skinned characters and how the series could continue on for an extremely long time.

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At first, Peter is relieved to learn that it is a jury of their peers, but Joe points out that they don't see it that way. Homer Simpson then shows up to report how he messed up TV. Peter then points out that this is a story they beat them to.

When Peter gets drunk in " Save the Clam ", he reminisces about all of his best memories. These memories, however, are not his. They are the memories of Homer Simpson. His memories are Maggie's first tooth, Mr. Plowand Bart jumping the gorge.

In " Guy, Robot ", a drunken Peter admits that although they don't act like it, they stole a lot of their material from The Simpsons. When Quagmire asks him what his references are, Chris' references are literally references to movies and TV shows. Brooks and Al Jean to use their characters.

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This was approved; Appel was previously a writer-producer on The Simpsons for four seasons, and retained his former colleagues' trust. Asked how he felt about the crossover, Shearer replied, "Matter and anti-matter. MacFarlane said that Fox would be happy to make it an hour long. Supervising director Peter Shina former layout artist on The Simpsons, spent time adjusting the Griffins to the specifications of Springfield—changes included dimming the whites of their eyeballs so they would not look too bright—and animating the eight-minute fight between Peter and Homer.

Appel said there are no plans to do a sequel to the episode, but stated that "by season 43 of The Simpsons and season 27 of Family Guy, someone who's looking at a blank board is going to say, 'Well, the Griffins went to Springfield People want to see Peter interact with Homer. They want to see Bart interact with Stewie. In a way, the story in a crossover episode, while it has to be there, is never quite as important as how the characters interact with each other.

You want to see them having a good time and you want to see Peter and Homer duke it out". He however acknowledged that Bart's disgust at Stewie's behavior was "a good statement" of the difference between the two shows.

Scott Meslow, of The Weekpointed out his disappointment that the episode parodied a scene in "Bart the Daredevil", as that episode dealt with Homer and Bart's relationship, but "The Simpsons Guy" used it as a joke in a violent sequence.

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