don’t call it a comeback

Apparently Fox has seen something resembling the light, and they’re now considering “bringing back Family Guy”:http://www.usatoday.com/life/television/news/2003-11-18-family-guy_x.htm. 35 frickin’ episodes!

As if that weren’t sweet enough, it looks like “these guys”:http://www.trackmaniagame.com/ are remaking “Stunts”:http://www.kalpen.de/stunts/allabout.htm.

3 comments to “don’t call it a comeback”

  1. entered 20 November 2003 @ 12:26 am

    Oh my God. I had totally forgotten about Stunts! What a joy to see those map editors again.

    So, about that visit?

  2. entered 20 November 2003 @ 9:05 am

    Yeah, I suck. You have mail about it.

  3. entered 20 November 2003 @ 10:43 am

    The resurrection of “Family Guy” has some interesting implications for the Neilson ratings system. The show never rated that highly, and thus was victim to FOX’s mercurial cancellation axe. Never one to pass on a revenue stream, though, FOX released the DVDs, and — zam, powie! — it quickly sells 1 million copies and becomes the 4th most successful TV release. Now FOX revives the series, presumably with visions of rich viewers dancing, sugarplum-like, in their heads.

    Of course, I might be engaging in some wishful thinking vis-a-vis my beloved Firefly and its impending DVD release.