Gronkowsbees

"Gronkowsbees" is the eleventh episode of the fifteenth season of the animated sitcom Family Guy, and the 280th episode overall. It aired on Fox in the United States on January 15, 2017, and is written by Cherry Chevapravatdumrong and directed by Jerry Langford. In this episode, New England Patriots player Rob Gronkowski (guest starring as himself)[1][2] moves into the Griffins' neighborhood and instantly befriends Peter, Quagmire, Cleveland and Joe, inviting them to parties every day.[3] In the episode subplot, Brian and Stewie take up beekeeping.[4][5]

"Gronkowsbees"
Family Guy episode
Episode no.Season 15
Episode 11
Directed byJerry Langford
Written byCherry Chevapravatdumrong
Production codeEACX08
Original air dateJanuary 15, 2017
Guest appearance(s)

Plot

After one of Peter Griffin's neighbors is found killed by a cat, he gains a new neighbor in the form of Rob Gronkowski, his brothers, and his dad where their antics start to annoy Peter. Meanwhile, Stewie and Brian make honey to sell at the Quahog Farmer's Market. It's such a success that he has to give his bees steroids to produce more. The bees gain super strength and attack Brian and Stewie, but they trick the bees into attacking Gronkowski instead. The attack causes Gronkowski and his family to move out of Quahog much to the relief of Peter and his friends. Later, it's reported that Gronkowski was suspended from the New England Patriots due to testing positive for steroids.[6]

Reception

The episode received an audience of 3.55 million viewers, a decrease from the previous episode,[7] and making it the third-most watched show of the night, behind The Mick and The Simpsons.[8]

References

  1. ^ "Rob Gronkowski visits 'Family Guy' offices". www.patriots.com. Retrieved 2019-02-25.
  2. ^ "Rob Gronkowski Brings the Party to 'Family Guy' This Weekend". Boston Magazine. 2017-01-10. Retrieved 2019-02-25.
  3. ^ "'Family Guy' taps Kyle Chandler, Rob Gronkowski, David Tennant as guests". EW.com. Retrieved 2019-02-25.
  4. ^ "'Gronkowsbees'". The Futon Critic. Retrieved December 20, 2016.
  5. ^ ET, 2017 at 9:38a (2017-01-10). "Patriots star Rob Gronkowski parties on 'Family Guy'". FOX Sports. Retrieved 2019-02-25.
  6. ^ "5 of the best moments from Rob Gronkowski's 'Family Guy' cameo". Boston.com. 2017-01-16. Retrieved 2019-02-25.
  7. ^ "'The Simpsons' and FOX adjust down, still above average: Sunday final ratings". TV By The Numbers by zap2it.com. January 10, 2017. Retrieved April 11, 2017.
  8. ^ "'The Simpsons,' many others adjust down, final NFL numbers: Sunday final ratings". TV By The Numbers by zap2it.com. January 18, 2017. Retrieved April 11, 2017.

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Cherry Chevapravatdumrong

Cherry Chevapravatdumrong (Thai: เชอร์รี่ ชีวประวัติดำรงค์; RTGS: Choe-ri Chiwaprawatdamrong; ; born 1977), known as Cherry Cheva, is an American author, an executive producer of Family Guy and a co-executive producer of The Orville.

Family Guy (season 15)

Family Guy's fifteenth season premiered on Fox in the United States on September 25, 2016, and ended on May 21, 2017. The season contained 20 episodes.

The series follows the dysfunctional Griffin family, consisting of father Peter, mother Lois, daughter Meg, son Chris, baby Stewie and the family dog Brian, who reside in their hometown of Quahog. The executive producers for the fifteenth production season are Seth MacFarlane, Richard Appel, Steve Callaghan, Danny Smith and Kara Vallow. The showrunners are Appel and Callaghan.

Guest stars for the season include Kyle Chandler, Stephen Curry, Flea, Rob Gronkowski, Sean Penn, Frank Sinatra Jr., David Tennant, and Jacob Tremblay.During this season, Peter becomes an Uber driver ("Chris Has Got a Date, Date, Date, Date, Date"), Quagmire discovers Tinder ("The Dating Game"), and also becomes a gigolo ("American Gigg-olo"). Other episode plots include Chris becoming a star baseball player ("Bookie of the Year"), Rob Gronkowski moving in next to Peter with his party bus ("Gronkowsbees"), a homage to three novels commonly taught in high school English classes ("High School English"), Peter and Lois deciding not to vaccinate Stewie while joining the anti-vaccination movement ("Hot Shots"), Peter being discovered to have frequented a sperm bank in his youth ("A House Full of Peters"), and a behind-the-scenes episode hosted by James Woods ("Inside Family Guy").The season premiere includes a cameo by Vinny (voiced by Tony Sirico), the dog who temporarily replaced Brian in season 12.

Gil Santos

Gilbert A. Santos (April 19, 1938 – April 19, 2018) was an American radio play-by-play announcer for the New England Patriots of the National Football League, and morning sports reporter for WBZ radio in Boston. He was an inductee of the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame.He retired from WBZ radio in January 2009, and was inducted into the WBZ Radio Hall of Fame on July 9, 2009. The Patriots 2012 season was his final season of radio play-by-play.

List of Family Guy episodes

Family Guy is an American animated television sitcom created by Seth MacFarlane for the Fox Broadcasting Company. The series centers on the dysfunctional Griffin family, which consists of father Peter (MacFarlane), mother Lois (Alex Borstein), daughter Meg (Lacey Chabert in episodes 1–9, then Mila Kunis in "Da Boom" onwards), son Chris (Seth Green), baby Stewie (MacFarlane) and Brian (MacFarlane), the family dog. The show is set in the fictional town of Quahog, Rhode Island, and lampoons American culture, often in the form of cutaway gags, and tangential vignettes.

The concept of Family Guy was conceived by MacFarlane in 1995 while studying animation at the Rhode Island School of Design. He created two shorts entitled The Life of Larry and Larry & Steve, both of which played a key role in Fox executives' decision to pick up the series in 1998. After two seasons, Fox decided to cancel the show. Despite the cancellation, a third season was produced, after which the series was officially cancelled at the end of 2003. Reruns on Cartoon Network's block Adult Swim drove up interest, and a letter-writing campaign, along with impressive DVD sales, encouraged Fox to bring the show back permanently.Family Guy and its cast have been nominated for twenty-seven Primetime Emmy Awards, winning eight. MacFarlane won the Outstanding Voice-Over Performance award for his performance as Stewie, MacFarlane and Walter Murphy won the Outstanding Music and Lyrics award for the song "You Got a Lot to See" from the episode "Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows", Steven Fonti won the Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation award for his storyboard work in the episode "No Chris Left Behind", Greg Colton won the Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation award for his storyboard work in the episode "Road to the Multiverse", Patrick S. Clark and Jim Fitzpatrick won the Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation award for their sound mixing work on the episode "Road to the North Pole", and MacFarlane won the Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance award for his performances on the episode "Pilling Them Softly". The show was nominated for twelve Annies, and won three times, twice in 2006 and once in 2008. In 2009, it was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series, becoming the first animated program to be nominated in this category since The Flintstones in 1961.As of May 12, 2019, 329 episodes of Family Guy have aired, concluding the seventeenth season. The series remains Fox's second-longest-running program, behind The Simpsons. On February 12, 2019, the series was renewed for an eighteenth season.Season 18 will premiere on September 29, 2019

Passenger Fatty-Seven

"Passenger Fatty-Seven" is the tenth episode of the fifteenth season of the animated sitcom Family Guy, and the 279th episode overall. It aired on Fox in the United States on January 8, 2017, and is written by Alex Carter and directed by Greg Colton. The story follows Quagmire flying his friends to San Francisco, and as they go home, they are soon ambushed by a group of Eastern European terrorists hijacking their plane, causing Quagmire to perform his pilot skills to the test.

This episode was dedicated in memory of cast member Carrie Fisher, who died on December 27, 2016 after going into cardiac arrest while on a flight to Los Angeles on December 23, 2016. A slide showing her picture with the words "In Loving Memory" on top and "Carrie Fisher 1956–2016" below was shown before the start of the episode.

Rob Gronkowski

Robert James Gronkowski (born May 14, 1989), nicknamed "Gronk", is an American former football tight end who played his entire professional career for the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL) until his retirement in 2019. He is a three-time Super Bowl champion (XLIX, LI, LIII), a five-time Pro Bowl, four-time First Team All-Pro selection, and was the highest ranked tight end in the NFL Top 100 Players five times.

Gronkowski played college football at the University of Arizona, winning several awards, including being named a Sporting News and Rivals.com Freshman All-American. The Patriots drafted Gronkowski in the second round of the 2010 NFL Draft with the 42nd pick, after missing his junior year due to back surgery.

Notable for being a skilled receiver and talented blocker, Gronkowski has set several NFL records, including being the only one of his position to ever lead the league in receiving touchdowns (17) in 2011. He also has the most career postseason receiving yards by a tight end (1,163) – the only tight end in NFL history to reach 1,000 or more yards. He has the most career postseason receiving touchdowns for his position with 12, as well as the most combined receptions (23) and receiving yards (297) by a tight end in Super Bowl history. He is ranked first in average receiving yards per game (68.3), average yards per target (9.9), and average touchdowns per game (0.69) among tight ends.Gronkowski is one of the most popular football players of the 2010s, with a larger-than-life personality on and off the field. With his numerous accomplishments and accolades, he is regarded by many sports analysts, writers, and peers not only as one of football's finest players but the greatest tight end to ever play the game.

Stewie Griffin

Stewart Gilligan "Stewie" Griffin is a fictional character from the animated television series Family Guy. He is voiced by series creator Seth MacFarlane and first appeared on television, along with the rest of the Griffin family, in a 15-minute short on December 20, 1998. Stewie was created and designed by MacFarlane himself, who was asked to pitch a pilot to the Fox Broadcasting Company, based on The Life of Larry and Larry & Steve, two shorts made by MacFarlane featuring a middle-aged man named Larry and an intellectual dog, Steve. After the pilot was given the greenlight, the Griffin family appeared in the episode "Death Has a Shadow".

An infant who acts in an adult way, Stewie was initially obsessed with violence and matricide. He is the youngest child of Peter and Lois Griffin, and the youngest brother of Meg and Chris. Over the duration of the series, the violent aspects of Stewie's personality have been toned down, and he has evolved into an eccentric, friendly and flamboyant scamp. He has also come to have a very close friendship with the family's anthropomorphic dog, Brian (whom he originally used to antagonize in the earliest episodes). Stewie is considered to be the show's breakout character and has received numerous award accommodations from writers such as Jodiss Pierre. Wizard magazine rated him the 95th greatest villain of all time.

Tallahassee in popular culture

Tallahassee has been represented well in popular culture through the years. Moreover, Tallahassee has many references on books, television, motion pictures and music because Tallahassee is home to three major colleges and universities, is a mid-to-large sized city in Florida, and also it is the capital of the state.

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