Family Guy takes swipe at Donald Trump with Peter Griffin ‘locker room talk’

'Well, as long as you didn’t try to f*ck her and she was single.' 'I did try and f*ck her. She was married.'

Christopher Hooton
Monday 17 October 2016 10:49

SNL, The Simpsons and (that classic trio) all ridiculed Donald Trump over the weekend, and now Family Guy has taken aim at whatever shred of dignity he had left.

In a live-action bit that aired in a new episode on Sunday night, Peter Griffin is heard as if he is aboard the Trump bus and privy to that now infamous hot-mic conversation with Billy Bush from 2005.

“I move on her, and I failed. I admit it,” Trump is heard confessing to Peter. “Well, as long as you didn’t try to f*ck her and she was single,” Griffin counters. “I did try and f*ck her. She was married” Trump fires back.

Family Guy’s protagonist, who you could argue is a Republican and yet is still not enamoured of Trump, also pitches an idea for something called “Twitter” (a place “crazy people can bash ladies and minorities at 3 a.m.”) and derides Trump for being a billionaire and yet using Tics Tacs as his breath mint of choice.

Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane tweeted out the uncensored version of the gag on Twitter a few hours again, which has already attracted over 3,000 retweets.

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