April 9, 2006
When it comes to The Simpsons having a go at Family Guy, Wikipedia user Cromulent Kwyjibo is not amused!


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  December 11, 2005. I laughed when Peter Griffin appeared in a crowd of Homer Simpson clones in a Halloween episode of The Simpsons. I also laughed when for another Halloween episode one of the staffers used "Family Guy" for his scary nickname. But when Peter Griffin appeared in a book entitled I Criminali Americani in today's episode of The Simpsons, I wasn't laughing.

If I had Matt Groening's ear, I'd say to him: "Look, you ain't got no right to complain. Your show was once a paragon of quality, but after 17 years, it has become hopelessly stale. Family Guy is still fresh and I hope Seth Macfarlane has the common sense to end the show on a high note, and not let it deteriorate as you have allowed your show to do."

OH NO A CARTOON SHOW IS POKING FUN AT ANOTHER CARTOON SHOW

THIS MEANS WAR, GROENING *SHAKES FIST*

He also finds it important to note that President Lincoln did not actually hire black prostitutes at Cherrywood, as depicted in an episode of Family Guy. Thanks for clearing that all up, "Cromulent Kwyjibo"!