Maybe I'm the only one, but I am really rooting for a Family Guy spinoff spinoff to brighten my Sunday nights. I don't know who or what it would be about, but there are rumblings on the internet that The Cleveland Show is getting a new spinoff series. For those not in the MacFarloop, The Cleveland Show focuses on the lifey antics of Cleveland Brown, a character originated from the popular Family Guy series. The show features Cleveland, his talking baby, the rest of his family, his friends, and a talking bear as they all do something or something else for twenty-two minutes. I, for one, hope that this new show will be about the bear character and his family. They could call it Bear Home or maybe The Bear Character's Bear Home. I don't know, something catchy like that. He would have a talking bear family, a talking cat neighbor ("Paul"), and the family's pet could be something wacky like a talking human. Man, this The Bear Character's Bear Home show is fucking hilarious. Hell, it's hi-bear-ious! I really hope they make a spinoff of Bear Home, because it already seems absolutely necessary. It could be about their cat neighbor! He can be adopted by the Griffin family and they can call it Family Guy 2: Paul In The Family. It would essentially just be one full hour of Family Guy, except in the second half there would also be a cat. Only the second half. You know, what? Fuck it. Do a spinoff of Paul In The Family and call it Stewie's Way or Quagmire's Penis Blog. Anything, really. I just want us to get the weekly three-hour MacFarlane Marathon we deserve. Call it the MacFarathon or the Maratharlane, I don't care. Just do it. And, yeah, you might be asking, "But what about The Simpsons? When would that air if there are all of these MacFarlane shows on Sundays?" You're asking those questions because you're unaware of the twist, which is that this isn't some sarcastic rant about Seth MacFarlane; it's a movie about how they should just cancel The Simpsons.
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