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How much do you know about Family Guy?
by Gavin Thagard

Are you a "Family Guy" fan? Take this quiz to find out how much you really know about the show.

"Family Guy" is an animated television show created, developed, and starring the talents of Seth MacFarlane. The show is about Peter Griffith, bumbling dad, and clueless husband; Lois Griffith, born rich and talented; Meg Griffith, put-upon daughter; Chris Griffith, a carbon copy of his father, and Stewie Griffith, murderous youngest child. Included as a member of the family is Brian, the anthropomorphic dog. Supporting characters include Cleveland, Quagmire, and Joe. In addition to MacFarlane who voices the characters of Peter, Brian, and Stewie, the voice cast includes Alex Bornstein, the voice of Lois; Seth Green, the voice of Chris; Mila Kunis (of "That '70s Show" fame), the voice of Meg.

"Family Guy" has been on the air for more than 16 years and has produced more than 300 episodes. The show's irreverent humor has resulted in numerous awards including several Emmy awards, People's Choice Awards, Teen Choice awards, and was even nominated for a Grammy award in 2012 for Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television. The song was "Christmastime is Killing Us," and it was written by MacFarlane, Ron Jones, and Danny Smith. That MacFarlane is one talented guy.

Find out if you can ace this "Family Guy" quiz.

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