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A segment from Sunday night’s episode of ‘Family Guy’ illustrated once again creator Seth MacFarlane’s unapologetic anti-Semitism.
There’s a time in every American animated comedy series, it seems, when everything goes Jewish. Whether that’s Krusty the Klown finding his Jewish roots (“The Simpsons”), Kyle heading off to Mel Gibson to demand his money back (“South Park”) or last night’s “Family Guy” (the gently titled “Family Goy”) where Lois found out that her mother was a holocaust survivor and Jewish.
While Deborah Solomon’s edgy Q&A sessions that grace the front section of the The New York Times Magazine are neither shy nor boring — some reports have indicated they’re not 100% faithful to the conversation that occurred. Regardless, the column has been attracting more than its usual share of attention lately thanks to Solomon’s extra-confrontational chat with “Family Guy “creator Seth McFarlane, right. Solomon chewed McFarlane out for the use of rape jokes, a regular “Family Guy” feature which has offended more viewers than her. And she didn’t stop at ideological jabbing; she also got in a nasty dig or two about the show’s animation and color quality relative to “The Simpsons.” But beyond snark, as Gawker reports by tabulating the word counts of her recent columns, this interview marks the first time that Solomon has printed her column having given herself more words than her interview subject, though she’s edged close before.