Brian Back From The Dead On 'Family Guy'
Brian the dog returned to "Family Guy" Sunday night. Find out how, and get reactions.
Brian the dog is back on 'Family Guy.'
STEWIE: "Brian, look out!"
BRIAN: "What the hell?"
STEWIE: "You're alive, my friend!" (Via Fox)
Yes, Sunday night, Stewie came back from the future and saved Brian's life.
A few weeks back, Brian was killed by a car — shocking fans. (Via NY Daily News)
And leading to major outcry and protests. (Via Los Angeles Times)
But future episode descriptions hinted he could return, and Sunday night, the dog was undead. (Via Rolling Stone)
Creator Seth MacFarlane first tweeted a sweet message about the importance of appreciating the ones you love.
But that was followed by this message to fans. We'll just let you read it.
A writer for Newsday says fans never should've taken Brian's death seriously, and that bringing him back was easy.
And the A.V. Club says, was all this a move for ratings? Yes. But, at least "Family Guy" tried something different.
Yeah, killing a character. Really different. Or not so different if you saw a certain season finale Sunday night. But that's another story.
'Dr. Phil' will end this year after 21 seasons on the air
The final episode will come during the show's current season.By AP/ Chris Pizzello
Mississippi musicians are pushing to reclaim state's music history
Many genres of music have roots that tie back to Mississippi. Now, the music industry in the state is trying to reclaim its history.By Scripps News
17-year-old founder of a reading club for Black boys becomes an author
Sidney Keys III started Books N Bros, a monthly book box subscription with online and in-person meetups, when he was just 10.By Books N Bros via Facebok
'Skin whitening' never left the beauty industry
From controversies around labor in fashion to plastic surgery trends, the "Better Beauty" series dives into the changing beauty industry.By AP
Cosmetic product regulation is getting a makeover in the US
The FDA is adding more regulations for cosmetic companies, but dermatologists say more research into ingredient safety is still needed.By AP
How a Chicago duo is bringing the mushroom trend to your table
A Chicago business is an example of how fungi can be used as an ingredient or replacement in many different meals.By Scripps News