Family Guy (1998– )
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Carter and Tricia 

Carter falls in love with Channel 5 News reporter, Tricia Takanawa; Stewie becomes Brian's driving instructor.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Chris Griffin (voice)
Meg Griffin (voice)
(voice) (credit only)
Angela (voice)
Joyce Kinney (voice)
Ollie Williams (voice)
Jesus Christ (voice)


Carter falls in love with Channel 5 News reporter, Tricia Takanawa; Stewie becomes Brian's driving instructor.

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Animation | Comedy






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4 December 2016 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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A Japanese version of "Dream Weaver" plays when Carter falls in love with Tricia. See more »


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Seriously who thinks this is funny?
5 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

For people who like jokes, Family Guy has been on the down slope for how many weeks now? It isn't funny anymore. There's just a story about some meaningless thing with a hidden message. And it's pretty sick to see how these episodes get such high rating when they're just crap.

I mean what was actually funny about this episode? Was it when Peter was standing behind a tall desk? Or was it when Brain was yelling at Stewie when learning to drive again? Or was it when That reporter was banging an old dude for a scoop?

The answer to all those questions are NO. Nothing was funny about it. Clearly something has happen to the Family Guy writing staff. I can only see it as this Seth is off just cashing in on family guy and doesn't give 2 cents about what it's about anymore. Or he is working on some bigger project.

But I mean American Dad hasn't fallen to this low lever, which is strange.

I can safely say I am done with Family Guy for a while now because it's not entertaining anymore and that is what I thought a comedy show was suppose to do.

Anyone who thinks this is fun is just imagining things just because they see the Family Guy logo because this is not what Family Guy is suppose to be. Keep the hidden agenda in your politics and out of the cartoons please.

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