The cartoon show, Family Guy had a talking canine in it named Brian Griffin. This dog character has met an untimely end at the hands of the makers of the series. Its media death has caused uproar among fans who want the dog back in the animated show.
The enthusiastic crowd that loves to watch Family Guy on television has erupted in protest. The tragic death of Brian Griffin, a dog possessing the powers of speech and writing, is the cause of the hubbub. The cute white canine was a regular part of the family and its death in a car accident came as somewhat of a shock for the show’s aficionados. And to add insult to injury, a new pet was added to the show as a substitute in place of Brian.
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Seth McFarlane was the voice behind the mutt Brian. The final scene before the dog disappeared from the cartoon showed him being hit by a fast car. Before expiring in the hospital Brian says the memorable words: You’ve given me a wonder life. I love you all.”
Since the show began in 1999, Brian Griffin had been a fundamental part of it. He was often shown alongside a baby character named Stewie. The dog was often at loggerheads with the rest of the family. To the horror of fans, a new canine named Vinnie will be coming to the platform.
This dog has the voice of Sopranos’ Tony Sirico behind its cartoon character. The creators of the series have expressed surprise at the audience’s reaction at the death of a dog. They say that it would have been more tragic had a kid in Family Guy died instead of a dog.
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Source: CBC News