Seeing as both shows have the same elements it’s often hard to distinguish why one is funnier than the other.
Peter and Brian used to be the show’s main characters. In the years since, Brian and Stewie have gone on adventures across the spacetime continuum
During the run of Family Guy Brian and Stewie have been on some insane adventures. Here are 10 of their craziest ones.
From Wings to Friends, here are some 90s sitcoms that comedy fans definitely underrated (and some that just don't live up to their reputation).
From the town of recurring characters to the dark comedy, here are some things Family Guy copied from The Simpsons (and others it definitely didn't).
Family Guy has had a long run of seasons, some of which were good, while others were bad. However, there were always good episodes in every season.
Family Guy and The Simpsons may have a lot in common, but the two animated TV comedies do things very differently. We compare the two.
Family Guy's season 16 episode "Send In Stewie, Please" focuses on Stewie Griffin's psychology and is perhaps the darkest episode of the show.
Phil LaMarr has become one of the greatest voice actors ever thanks to major roles in DC, Marvel, and Star Wars content, as well as Samurai Jack.
Picking out the 10 most inappropriate Quagmire pickup lines is like ranking Peter Griffin's stupidest lines - there's so much to choose from!
Brian and Stewie have done some terrible and illegal things over the course of Family Guy's run, and here's why they should currently be in jail.
Family Guy has always been known for crass, crude humor, but these 10 jokes aged particularly poorly and aren't exactly funny anymore.
Family Guy has a lot of similarities to The Simpsons, and Fox's original animated series has repeatedly called out the former for plagiarism.