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  • I don't believe in God.

  • What?

  • Brian, how can you say that?

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 times.

  • Family guy tackled serious issues.

  • I mean, certainly the love between a man and a woman should be sacred.

  • But who's talking about love?

  • We're talking about marriage.

  • Well, don't you love Mom?

  • Come on, Lois, look at her.

  • Oh, God.

  • What have I done?

  • I knew smoking was bad, but I still sold my soul.

  • You can't just buy a bar mitzvah.

  • It requires a lot of study.

  • Can we skip that point for this list?

  • Will be looking at episodes where Family Guy took on a sensitive topic or a controversial issue.

  • What serious issue?

  • Tackled by family guys stood out to you.

  • Let us know in the comments.

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  • You know what?

  • Out through the window.

  • Yeah.

  • Number 10.

  • Chris dates a girl with Down syndrome.

  • In this episode, Chris has a crush on Ellen, a girl who has down syndrome, and he works up the courage to ask her out after a harrowing experience in the woods.

  • Well, um, I really like you, and I was wondering if maybe you want to go out on a date with me.

  • You want me to be a girlfriend?

  • Shocks.

  • I guess that's what I'm driving at.

  • However, things don't work out when the to go on a date as Chris finds her to be too difficult.

  • Hey, what the hell you think you're doing sitting down, Get up and promote your out for me?

  • Oh goodness.

  • I'm sorry.

  • I'm so sorry.

  • Andrea F.

  • Friedman, the actress who voices Ellen, has Down syndrome in real life, and the message of the episode is that people with down syndrome or, like everyone else, for better or for worse.

  • However, the episode also contained a controversial reference to former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, who has a child with Down Syndrome.

  • Several people, including Palin herself, were outraged by the joke at the time of the episodes airing.

  • So what do your parents do?

  • That's better.

  • My dad's an accountant, and my mom is the former governor of Alaska.

  • Number nine.

  • Lois has a shoplifting problem.

  • I'm a little short.

  • I'll have to put the hand back mhm.

  • The reason Lois engages in this illegal activities because of the rush it gives her when she gets away with it, she ends up going to prison when she's eventually caught and her family's life ends up being complicated when they break her out and have to go on the lam with her.

  • I think I got an idea of how to smuggle you out.

  • Bye bye.

  • Take care now, Have a nice day.

  • The episode doesn't delve into the effects of shoplifting, such as the harm it does to stores or how the costs are pushed onto consumers.

  • The moral doesn't really go beyond.

  • Shoplifting is a crime, so nobody should do it.

  • Hopefully, you already knew that I made my own bed with this one.

  • Guys, I'm just going to have to pay my debt to society.

  • Number eight.

  • Brian admits to being an atheist.

  • Mom, you sound like a nonbeliever, Brian.

  • You're a thoughtful person.

  • Are you willing to open yourself up to God's truth?

  • Oh, you're here barking up the wrong tree.

  • Meg.

  • I'm an atheist.

  • Considering himself a dog of great intellect, Brian has found no need to belong to any particular religion.

  • When Meg asks Brian to lead the Griffin family in prayer.

  • He comes out to the family as an atheist.

  • I don't believe in God.

  • What?

  • Brian, How can you say that?

  • Upon discovering this revelation, the whole town of co hog treats Brian like he's an outcast in American society.

  • Atheists don't get the warmest reception, and this episode playfully exaggerates the unpopularity of atheism.

  • Family Guy creator Seth Macfarlane, who also does the voice of Brian, is a vocal atheist and a critic of religion.

  • But what is there to believe in without God?

  • Where do the answers come from?

  • Well, that's all part of the human experience.

  • It's what we're here to find out.

  • And I bet you that the real answer to the nature of our existence is going to be more unimaginably amazing than we can possibly conceive.

  • Number seven Brian Griffin Fights for marriage equality Brian's cousin Jasper plans to enter a same sex marriage, but it's threatened because Adam West is considering issuing a ban.

  • Some breaking news today when Mayor West announced he will sign a city wide ban on gay marriages next week.

  • While controversial, it has nonetheless effectively distracted all of us from the dig.

  • Um, fiasco to stick up for his cousin.

  • Brian tries to change people's minds about gay marriage, including Lois, with this take on gay marriage.

  • Family Guy comments on the hypocrisy of people who pretend that letting Lbgt Q Plus people get married is a threat.

  • While such people don't respect their own marriage, What if Brian's right?

  • I mean, certainly the love between a man and a woman should be sacred.

  • But who's talking about love?

  • We're talking about marriage.

  • Well, don't you love Mom?

  • Come on, Lois, Look at her.

  • So to straight.

  • People who hate each other have more of a right to be together than to gay people who love each other.

  • That's what we raised you to believe.

  • The show also pokes fun at politicians who use the issues like marriage equality as a political distraction from their own failures, such as Mayor West, with this dig, um, statue.

  • I'm sorry, Mayor West.

  • Well, you were only doing what you thought was right, Brian.

  • And hey, you've distracted everyone from the dig.

  • Um, statue.

  • So I guess we don't need this bill anymore.

  • Number six.

  • The griffins befriend a Jewish man Given how irresponsible Peter is, it isn't surprising that he's no good with money.

  • So perhaps you'd be interested in something every homeowner cannot be without volcano insurance.

  • Go on.

  • According to my uncle, who's a real whiz with volcanoes.

  • A volcano is coming this way.

  • Mm, I, too have an uncle come in when he's helped by accounting Max Weinstein.

  • Peter assumes the man is good with finances because he's Jewish, impressed with his Jewish friend Peter Pushes for Chris to convert to Judaism in the hopes of becoming Jewish will provide Chris with a better life.

  • So, Lewis, I'm gonna make Chris Jewish.

  • What are you talking about?

  • He thinks of Chris's Jewish will become smart.

  • Various stereotypes about Jewish people are explored and poked fun at in this episode because of its subject matter.

  • The episode was considered so controversial that Fox didn't air it until after it had already premiered on adult swim.

  • How much for one of those?

  • You can't just buy a bar mitzvah.

  • It requires a lot of study.

  • Can we skip that point?

  • I mean, come on, of course, new out of study.

  • You wouldn't need to become Jewish in the first place, right Number five.

  • Peter Griffin takes on Big Tobacco.

  • Hello, boys.

  • Today's pie is cherry.

  • It'll be ready just in time for lunch.

  • Wow, these guys sure know how to run a company.

  • Look how happy those morons are.

  • They'll never realise we're using those toys to get Children addicted to our company's cigarettes.

  • After the Eldorado cigarette Company buys out the happy Go Lucky Toy Factory, Peter finds himself working for the organization.

  • He finds the job to be lucrative and is quickly promoted to president of the company.

  • However, this doesn't sit well with Lois and the rest of his family, who find Peter doing the bidding of Big Tobacco to be morally reprehensible.

  • Oh, God, what have I done?

  • I knew smoking was bad, but I still sold my soul.

  • And for what?

  • Martha Stewart?

  • Come on, kids.

  • We gotta put a stop to this Now.

  • The episode satirizes tactics.

  • Cigarette companies used to deflect blame, such as lobbying Congress and tactics they use to target consumers through advertising mascots like the Marlboro Man and Joe Camel.

  • Timmy, Where's Lassie?

  • She's out in the orchard.

  • Ma, Peaches are coming in mighty early this year.

  • Smoke you know what they say to me.

  • Early peaches.

  • Long summer smoke.

  • What's that, Lassie?

  • Are you smoking yet?

  • Number four.

  • The Griffins deal with immigration.

  • Boy, I never knew what it feels this good to love my country.

  • It's like loving God or a step parent.

  • You never really feel them love you back.

  • But that's okay because they got other stuff going on and you understand with a newfound sense of patriotism.

  • After attending a parade celebrating military vets, Peter becomes fiercely anti immigrant, however, because of an office policy he pushed for that required his company to verify every employee's legal status.

  • Peter finds out that he wasn't born in the USA, but actually Mexico.

  • I was so afraid of being judged by the community that I never filled out the paperwork to make you a citizen.

  • Mom, what are you saying, Peter?

  • As far as the U.

  • S.

  • Government is concerned, you're an illegal Mexican immigrant unable to pass a citizenship test.

  • His status is considered undocumented, and he discovers what life is like on the other side of the immigration debate.

  • In classic family guy fashion, the episode takes sympathy with undocumented immigrants while still cracking jokes at their expense.

  • Immigrants built this country, and I say it's time for us to take it back.

  • Who's with me?

  • Can you say whole speech again?

  • In Spanish number three, The Griffins come to terms with Brian's passing in 2013.

  • Family Guy decided to take a bold step and send Brian to the great Beyond.

  • His untimely passing was the result of getting hit by a car while getting ready to practice some street hockey.

  • Brian, look out.

  • One of the most emotional moments from the show comes when the Griffins visit Brian and his final moments