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Old 12-08-2009, 06:37 PM
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Has anyone on "Family Guy" ever commented on Brian's bestiality?

Over the course of the show he has dated several human women and in fact had a human son by one. But no one finds it strange that hot looking women want to get it on with a dog. Have they ever remarked upon it?
Also there was one episode where it was implied that Stewie was an up and coming bestialist. He tried to get Brian to have sex with him right after he broke up with yet another human girlfriend.

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Old 12-08-2009, 06:54 PM
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Over the course of the show he has dated several human women and in fact had a human son by one. But no one finds it strange that hot looking women want to get it on with a dog. Have they ever remarked upon it?
Also there was one episode where it was implied that Stewie was an up and coming bestialist. He tried to get Brian to have sex with him right after he broke up with yet another human girlfriend.
Brian's a human that looks like a dog. Stewie hits on Brian all the time, he's gay.
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Old 12-08-2009, 07:29 PM
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Brian's a human that looks like a dog. Stewie hits on Brian all the time, he's gay.
He once had sex with Carter Pweterschmidt's dog in the middle of a dog race. He was also briefly married to Lois when Peter was lost at see. They slept in twin beds and she never did have sex with him, but was about to when Peter showed up. At the end she even told Brian "...plus you're a dog".
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Old 12-08-2009, 09:29 PM
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This is Family Guy. Brian is a dog only so long as it's funny. He even switches from human to dog and back in the middle of single scenes. There is no continuity, not even for one episode.
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Old 12-08-2009, 09:37 PM
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I like when they bring up his being a dog at random moments. Like the episode where being a dog is like being a second class citizen.

Or the time Brian was the substitute teacher in Chris's class and he laughingly says, "Don't call me Mr. Griffin--that's my father's name," and Chris goes, "I thought your dad's name was Cocoa and he got hit by a milk truck."
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Old 12-08-2009, 09:40 PM
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My favorite scenes are when they remember that Stewie is a baby and Brian is a dog, like when they were both scared of the toilet and ran away when it flushed.
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Old 12-08-2009, 09:53 PM
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My favorite scenes are when they remember that Stewie is a baby and Brian is a dog, like when they were both scared of the toilet and ran away when it flushed.
Me too! I love those.
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Old 12-08-2009, 10:24 PM
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And how Brian is a novelist who drinks martinis and drives what looks like a Prius, but he's scared of the vacuum.
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One of my favorites was when Brian back to the puppy mill where he was born and asked if they remembered him. The farmer said they had a lot of dogs over the years and he couldn't remember them all. Brian said "Yeah but I was the one who could talk."
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I've never seen the fear of the toilet bit, but it sounds hilarious.

I also loved Peter calling Brian out on the scraping his butt on the carpet thing. "ONE TIME!"
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Old 12-08-2009, 10:40 PM
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And how Brian is a novelist who drinks martinis and drives what looks like a Prius, but he's scared of the vacuum.
Hey, I'm with Brian on this one - vacuums are scary, man. What with the noise and whatnot.
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Old 12-08-2009, 10:42 PM
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Hey, I'm with Brian on this one - vacuums are scary, man. What with the noise and whatnot.
When I was little airplane toilet flushes used to scare me--they were so loud!
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Old 12-08-2009, 11:07 PM
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One of my favorites was when Brian back to the puppy mill where he was born and asked if they remembered him. The farmer said they had a lot of dogs over the years and he couldn't remember them all. Brian said "Yeah but I was the one who could talk."
Have we actually seen another anthromorphic talking dog other than Brian and his cousin Jasper (parallel universes don't count)?
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Old 12-08-2009, 11:10 PM
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Have we actually seen another anthromorphic talking dog other than Brian and his cousin Jasper (parallel universes don't count)?
There's "New Brian", the intended replacement when the family realizes that Brian is getting old.
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Old 12-08-2009, 11:30 PM
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There's "New Brian", the intended replacement when the family realizes that Brian is getting old.
Wasn't there also an old dog? I remember a flashback with an old decrepit talking dog--Peter mentions "he's the dog we had before you."
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Old 12-08-2009, 11:33 PM
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The bestiality is the longest running gag in family guy. It's always there, so much so that people assume it's not.
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Old 12-08-2009, 11:35 PM
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I like when they bring up his being a dog at random moments. Like the episode where being a dog is like being a second class citizen.

Or the time Brian was the substitute teacher in Chris's class and he laughingly says, "Don't call me Mr. Griffin--that's my father's name," and Chris goes, "I thought your dad's name was Cocoa and he got hit by a milk truck."
The 'dogs are second class citizens' episode also had the scene at the end where Stewie lets Brian come to his room to sleep to cheer him up and keep him company; Brian does that circling-before-lying-down thing that dogs do. It is so funny to me when they just drop those things in without comment.
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Old 12-08-2009, 11:37 PM
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The 'dogs are second class citizens' episode also had the scene at the end where Stewie lets Brian come to his room to sleep to cheer him up and keep him company; Brian does that circling-before-lying-down thing that dogs do. It is so funny to me when they just drop those things in without comment.
Yeah, that stuff is gold. I think there's also one where they mention Brian not sleeping with Lois and Peter because they're having sex or something...It was just that fusion of Brian as Peter's friend/peer and as his dog that was so funny.
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There was a joke once about Brian having done bestiality porn in his past. He said something about having "licked a lot of peanut butter in my day."
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Old 12-08-2009, 11:39 PM
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There have also been a couple of gags involving Lois throwing a ball, and Brian getting all excited about it.

"Do you want the ball? Do you want the ball?"
"Yes, I would like the ball."
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Old 12-08-2009, 11:50 PM
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There have also been a couple of gags involving Lois throwing a ball, and Brian getting all excited about it.

"Do you want the ball? Do you want the ball?"
"Yes, I would like the ball."
Hee! He tried so hard to say it with dignity. Hahahaaa!
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Old 12-09-2009, 12:17 AM
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I loved the bit with Meg and the wooden cross. I think they do a great job melding Brian's 'human-ness' with his 'dog-ness', if that makes any sense.
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Old 12-09-2009, 12:05 PM
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Well, if you want to get technical about it (and of course you do, since this is the Dope, and that's what we do 'round these parts), then Brian having sex with a human isn't bestiality -- at least on Brian's part.

Now if Brian were to hook up with one of the bears from The Cleveland Show, then you're talking bestiality. I can imagine MacFarlane doing something like that -- probably just before TCS gets cancelled
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Old 12-09-2009, 12:07 PM
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Well, if you want to get technical about it (and of course you do, since this is the Dope, and that's what we do 'round these parts), then Brian having sex with a human isn't bestiality -- at least on Brian's part.

Now if Brian were to hook up with one of the bears from The Cleveland Show, then you're talking bestiality. I can imagine MacFarlane doing something like that -- probably just before TCS gets cancelled
Well, he's still having sex with a different species.
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I think what they're getting at isn't that Brian is committing bestiality, but that the women he sleeps with are.
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Old 12-09-2009, 12:44 PM
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There have also been a couple of gags involving Lois throwing a ball, and Brian getting all excited about it.

"Do you want the ball? Do you want the ball?"
"Yes, I would like the ball."
I also remember a scene, don't remember the episode and it was probably a throwaway gag anyway, where he kept barking uncontrollably at some black guy (not Cleveland, I think), then regaining control and apologizing, once saying he's actually not racist, he doesn't know where that came from, only to start up barking again.

Oh, and in the episode with new Brian, he moves out of the house because they dote so much on the new dog, and ends up crashing at Cleveland's place. Brian goes outside to relieve himself, but Cleveland insists on putting Brian on a leash, claiming strict leash laws or something like that.
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There was also an episode where Brian got picked up by the cops for being out without a leash, and they kept calling him "boy."

"You out chasing cars, boy?"
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Old 12-09-2009, 01:21 PM
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Over the course of the show he has dated several human women and in fact had a human son by one. But no one finds it strange that hot looking women want to get it on with a dog. Have they ever remarked upon it?
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Right after he breaks up with Jillian (the hot but dumb one played by Drew Barrymore), he's chatting with a woman at a party. They're both talking about how they just got out of a relationship, and Brian asks the girl out.

"Eww, you're a DOG!"
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Old 12-09-2009, 01:34 PM
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I recently saw an episode where Brian expressed interest in a teenage girl. Stewie pointed out that she was only 16, and that it was sick. Brian replied "I'm only eight."

As for his dogness, I remember an old episode where he was getting ready for a date, and he was blow drying his hair. He bit at the air stream.
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There was the reverse situation when Brian went to the parallel universe full of talking dogs. A really hot human, a pet of the dogs, came up to Brian and Brian started flirting with her. The owners yanked her away declaring what Brian was doing to be disgusting.
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Old 12-09-2009, 01:38 PM
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One of my favorites is Brian riding in the car with Lois, and she opens the window so he can stick his head out.

"Hey, other dog! FUCK YOU!"
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Old 12-09-2009, 01:57 PM
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Their first talking dog was named Todd, for what it's worth.

oh, and it was Peter who had the "plus, hi, he's a dog" (@ Lois) line.

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Old 12-09-2009, 02:12 PM
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I recently saw an episode where Brian expressed interest in a teenage girl. Stewie pointed out that she was only 16, and that it was sick. Brian replied "I'm only eight."
Reminder: the sixteen-year old was Hannah Montana.

And
SPOILER:
a robot.
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Old 12-09-2009, 02:31 PM
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I also remember a scene, don't remember the episode and it was probably a throwaway gag anyway, where he kept barking uncontrollably at some black guy (not Cleveland, I think), then regaining control and apologizing, once saying he's actually not racist, he doesn't know where that came from, only to start up barking again.
Is that related to the stereotype of black people not liking dogs? Or of how some dogs are trained to be "racist" (for lack of a better word)?
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Old 12-09-2009, 02:33 PM
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Reminder: the sixteen-year old was Hannah Montana.

And
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Oh yeah.
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Old 12-09-2009, 02:49 PM
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Is that related to the stereotype of black people not liking dogs? Or of how some dogs are trained to be "racist" (for lack of a better word)?
It's more of a stereotype about dogs not liking black people. (Some say it's because suburban dogs aren't used to seeing many black people, others say it's because the dogs react to their owners nervousness upon seeing an unfamiliar black person. Either way, I say it's a recipe for hilarious awkwardness. Especially when the black guy is your new vet.)
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Is that related to the stereotype of black people not liking dogs? Or of how some dogs are trained to be "racist" (for lack of a better word)?
It was the episode where Meg and the family became a band and I think Brian barked at Snoop Dog, but I'm not sure on that. I think he also mentioned his dad was a police dog in the south during the 70s.
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I recently saw an episode where Brian expressed interest in a teenage girl. Stewie pointed out that she was only 16, and that it was sick. Brian replied "I'm only eight."

As for his dogness, I remember an old episode where he was getting ready for a date, and he was blow drying his hair. He bit at the air stream.
In the episode where he was dating the older lady, someone made a comment along the lines of "isn't she old for you?" and he said "I'm 56" or something like that. I guess the dog years thing goes both ways.
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...I also loved Peter calling Brian out on the scraping his butt on the carpet thing. "ONE TIME!"
Just this past Sunday they repeated the episode where Brian dates The Hills star Lauren Conrad. At the end he mourns that she'll probably never call him again because he gave her worms. Then we see a quick shot of her dragging her butt around on the carpet.
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I also remember a scene, don't remember the episode and it was probably a throwaway gag anyway, where he kept barking uncontrollably at some black guy (not Cleveland, I think), then regaining control and apologizing, once saying he's actually not racist, he doesn't know where that came from, only to start up barking again.
The Drunken Clam had added a karaoke machine, Peter and the guys started singing some Journey, and they decided to start their own band. Their first gig was at a prison, and everybody went all to pieces right at show time. The Griffin family stepped in and gave a performance that saved the day, with people especially liking Meg. They wound up getting a recording contract, and the record company's representative was black, and every time Brian saw him he would involuntarily start with the hostile growling.

"That's my father, not me. Honestly, I don't have any problem with -- GRRRRRR! Oh, PLEASE! Forgive me!"
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It's more of a stereotype about dogs not liking black people. (Some say it's because suburban dogs aren't used to seeing many black people, others say it's because the dogs react to their owners nervousness upon seeing an unfamiliar black person. Either way, I say it's a recipe for hilarious awkwardness. Especially when the black guy is your new vet.)
Plus, a reference to the movie White Dog.
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I think what they're getting at isn't that Brian is committing bestiality, but that the women he sleeps with are.
Well, if we're willing to go with bestiality meaning sex with a lower animal (M-W), and if Brian is a sentient being who happens to be dog shaped, then I think "miscegenation" might be a defensible claim, but bestiality seems a bit wrong.
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The best part was when Brian heard Midnight at the Apollo was coming on and tried to explain why he was turning it off.
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In the James Woods episode Woods chains Brian to a stake in the yard and Brian immediately runs in circles until the chain is all wrapped around the stake.

That cracked me up.
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Old 12-09-2009, 07:59 PM
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Well, if we're willing to go with bestiality meaning sex with a lower animal (M-W), and if Brian is a sentient being who happens to be dog shaped, then I think "miscegenation" might be a defensible claim, but bestiality seems a bit wrong.
The technical term is "rishathra".
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Old 12-09-2009, 11:41 PM
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There was a scene I always liked that went something like this

Chris: I don't have to listen to you, You're a dog! You don't have a soul!

Brian: Wow! That was harsh.
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Old 12-10-2009, 12:33 AM
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I think one of my all time faves was Stewie and Brian (in one of the Road to episodes, I think Road to Rhode Island) stranded. Stewie tells Brian that if he doesn't get them back, Lois will be pissed and Brian will end up in a dumpster with a few slow moving greyhounds, and Brian goes, "Hey, don't joke about that, that's like the Holocaust for us."
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The one I referenced earlier.
I can't find the one from the episode where they break Lois out of jail. The one where he's running around in circles and stumbling all over the van and when Peter finally asks him what's wrong, he says "I'm a dog. We have a hard time standing up in the car." That one is so funny, and I can't find it.

On an unrelated note, Every mom knows exactly what this feels like. There has to be a mom on their writing team.
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Old 12-10-2009, 07:37 AM
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It was the episode where Meg and the family became a band and I think Brian barked at Snoop Dog, but I'm not sure on that. I think he also mentioned his dad was a police dog in the south during the 70s.
Oo, yeah, that was the episode.
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Old 12-10-2009, 09:21 AM
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How about the one where Lois's dad got his prized racing dog pregnant with half human puppies?

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