…and the angels sang.
Spoiler: A piranha comes to eat him.
What finally pulled him back to the franchise?
Will they throw Ernie Hudson a bone?
People sure forget their grudges quickly on this show!
I just call it “the sequel” because I don’t want to type “Smaug.”
Enjoy some Cajun-style meth.
Let’s hope he’s stabbed with a trident.
He just keeps showing up places. Can we put a bell around his neck or something?
The good, the bad, and the ugly. Mainly the ugly.
They’ll have to find comfort in their Grammy Awards.
Stephen Hawking is the new Zach Galifianakis.
Dan Marino appeared in Ace Ventura and Brett Favre appeared in There’s Something About Mary, but which player did the most with the little on-screen time given to them? Fight!
The Family Guy loves to give a good skewering, especially when the butt of the joke is a celebrity. The paparazzi prey doesn’t necessarily deserve it because they’re pompous or ignorant – although those types are certainly shown no leniency – but simply because all limelight hogs can afford to be taken down a peg or two. We here at Screen Junkies salute Family Guy for tackling superstar satire in their trademark no-holds-barred, consequences-be-damned manner by featuring 15 celebrity cameos (real or impersonated) that cut right to the core. They’ll make you laugh and think, but most importantly they’ll make you say to yourself, “Yeah, that is an over-the-top yet surprisingly accurate depiction of that particular person.”
Using the awesome power of the Screen Junkies super computer (The SJ 3000), I was able to determine the most probable roles for those rumored to be appearing in the film, and you can’t argue with science. So sit back and see for yourself who will be playing what in the upcoming Muppet Movie.
Next Level Nerd Boner: ACHIEVED.
It’s a Special Relationship.
All of 2004’s hottest stars are out to shine in this cameo parade!
Ethan Hawke, start the reactor.
While it’s nice to see some big names attached, long-time followers will all but demand appearances by the creepy-cadre of weirdos that were a fixture on “Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!” Here are nine such regulars that need to make an appearance.
Shoehorned cameos don’t equal prestige.
Her cameo in ‘Last Action Hero’ remains for the time-being.
It’s at least more interesting than “old white billioniare” or “iconoclastic dot-com billionaire.”
Better 25 years late than never.
I would wager good money on this having painful NFL star cameos.
Billy Ray cameo or GTFO.
He’s shooting his part now.
It’s like ‘House Party’ but with anal trauma.
It will follow a different gang.
What’s next? Dogs and cats living together?