Perhaps you've been watching the New York Yankees' 27th World Championship on Fox this week and have seen one of the network's many promos for Family Guy Presents: Seth & Alex's Almost Live Comedy Show, which airs Sunday, November 8. Perhaps you've also thought to yourself, "Way to buy another World Series, jerks, and what's this Family Guy hoo-ha all about?"
Well, Fox has released a few more videos that explain what the show is, and... okay, we still don't really know. It seems sort of variety-show-esque and appears to be mostly Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane and co-star Alex Borstein singing—in character—a bunch of songs from the show. Which is really creepy, just like when we see Nancy Cartwright do Bart Simpson's voice.
Maybe it's just me (wait, of course it's not JUST me), but if I'm going to watch people sing crude songs about sluts and the Holocaust, I'd rather watch Peter and Stewie. Because they're cartoooooons. And that's what makes it funny. Watching Seth bebop is just... icky.
Anyhoo, do these clips make you want to want to watch the show? 'Cause they certainly don't have me setting my DVR.
Family Guy Presents: Seth & Alex's Almost Live Comedy Show airs Sunday, November 8 at 8pm on Fox.