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PTC to File FCC Complaint Over ‘Family Guy’

Mar 11, 2009  •  Post A Comment

The Parents Television Council is filing an indecency complaint with the FCC over a recent episode of Fox’s “Family Guy,” TVNewsday reports. The PTC cites the show’s “crude humor and explicit content,” referring to specific scenes from March 8’s episode that featured an “‘11-way’ gay orgy [and] baby Stewie eating a bowl of cereal with horse sperm instead of milk.”
—Sergio Ibarra

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  1. Come on! Doesn’t the PTC see the very detailed warning at the front of every episode aired on Fox?
    Plus, if you don’t like it, why don’t the parents who run the PTC monitor what their kids are watching and not allow them to watch it. Why ruin the programming for the people who enjoy it and for whom the show is aimed?
    There’s also this thing called the V-chip in every TV and cable box nowadays that would allow these people to control what their kids watch. That program would now have been allowed if it was blocked in the first place.

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