Between the two? American Dad. By far. It actually has intelligent moments.
Over all? Futurama.
At 6/11/12 03:37 PM, CockGobbler wrote:
Could you guys be any more haterwagon? You know you're not a hipster when tons of other people are doing it too, right?
Man, you sound like Gagsy. You think it's impossible to dislike Family Guy unless you're just "jumping on a bandwagon because it's cool to do LOLOLOLOL."
Far from the case. I used to love Family Guy. But I went a long time without watching TV and finally got a chance to enjoy some funny shows. Watched a few new episodes of Family Guy, not really to my liking. But finally, it hit a point where I could just no longer stand it.
When I saw Peter spitting out his food and trying to hand it back to Lois, I thought "Why am I watching this? They're making Peter too damn stupid." Not just Peter.
It's the same jokes and no character. We get it -- Meg is unpopular, her own family hates her. Peter's stupid. Stewie is an evil genius (But lately he only has been gay), Brian is some whiny democrat, Lois (who used to have the voice-of-reason role) is completely screwed up, and Chris? Don't really know what's he's even supposed to be.
I prefer a comedy that has a story and cares about its characters. When I see Family Guy, I just think of a bunch of childish jokes with no story. Some people obviously find that funny. That's cool. But us, the people who don't find it funny, we're considered to be "Joining a bandwagon because it's so kewl." Or think we have some sort of superior taste. As if Seth came down from the Heavens and shat from his man-womb some sort of blessing that no one, in their right mind, could dislike.
Some guys like it, great. Whatever. I don't have to watch it. Doesn't bother me. But I seriously can't find this funny.