‘Family Guy’ Cast Reminisces Over Iconic Series as It Hits 400 Episodes: ‘Greatest Gig on the Planet’

The cast of Family Fellow has a lot to celebrate. The long-running energized series will air its achievement 400th episode on Fox Sunday night.

Named “Get Stewie,” the episode sees Stewie Griffin “openly shame after a popstar releases her fan base on him for a harmless remark,” a depiction of the episode peruses.

Somewhere else, Griffin family patriarch Peter Griffin “gets lap band a medical procedure and partakes in the joy of overabundance skin.”

In front of the big debut, the ritzy voice cast addressed Individuals only about how it affects them for the series to arrive at 400 episodes. For Mila Kunis, she’s simply “so glad for this work.”

“This is the best gig on earth,” said Kunis, who voices Meg Griffin, at the Family Fellow 400th Festival at the Fox Studios Parcel in Los Angeles.

“I assume I said this — you can track down this statement — for a long time, ‘I’m so thankful for this work.’ I love everyone here.” After 400 episodes circulating across 21 seasons, it’s hard for Seth MacFarlane — series maker and voice entertainer for a few of the show’s essential characters — to pick a most loved joke that has been told throughout the long term.

“I’d need to stay here for about an hour and think. I’d need to get on the web and simply remember everything,” said MacFarlane, 49.

“This is truly miserable. I can’t imagine one. There’s so many. That resembles expressing out loud whatever’s your main tune ever, of any type? Who can respond to that?”

Seth Green, who voices Chris Griffin, believes it’s “insane” that they’ve come this far. The series, which debuted in 1999, was initially dropped by Fox in 2002 after three seasons.

In any case, when it acquired religion prominence, the organization chose to restored the series. Meanwhile, Green is anticipating commending the 400th episode achievement.

“I got a very decent skill for retaining minutes as they occur and not over-handling them, I presume. It’s insane,” said the entertainer, 48.

“I’m most certainly taking in the way that this is the longest work I’ve at any point had. That it is so uncommon to have anything keep going this long with 21 seasons? That is far-fetched.”

Green added, “Additionally, the historical backdrop of our show. Having been here the entire time, it’s additionally really far-fetched. So I’m thankful for all of that.

I like making it happen, so I’m simply appreciating it however much I can.” With respect to his number one second throughout the long term, Green said it’s “consistently the coolest” when they get to do live shows before fans. “There’s been a couple of tagged shows where we’re really doing a phase perusing of it with video and everything. That is truly cool,” he reviewed.

“Once in a while right at Comic-Con San Diego, in light of the fact that the fans are by and large present and those are the best minutes since you’re simply in the stall without help from anyone else. You truly have no method for checking assuming individuals are chuckling at it or any such thing.”

Concerning Alex Borstein, who voices Lois Griffin, she joked that arriving at 400 episodes “signifies employer stability.”

“It truly does. It’s been an astounding, astonishing, astounding run, and it’s like family,” said The Glorious Mrs. Maisel entertainer, 51.

“I haven’t seen part of these individuals several years now [because of the Coronavirus pandemic]. We were so isolated, and this will be a truly fun gathering once I get in there.

It’s an uncommon circumstance in Hollywood to have a family that stays together.” Considering that the show has now happened for over twenty years, its life span going ahead is an inquiry for the vast majority long-term fans. Borstein, notwithstanding, would “obviously” keep chipping away at the show as long as she can.

“Assuming the show stays on, I’m there. These contents, each time I read them, I actually chuckle,” she shared. “For my purposes, that is the characterizing factor.

Assuming there’s three without holding back giggles per script, that is brilliant, in light of the fact that particularly when you work in satire, you as a rule don’t laugh uncontrollably.

So for my purposes, I’m in.” Family Fellow airs Sundays at 9:30 p.m. ET on Fox.