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'Family Guy' Just Savaged Trump—And Polarized Viewers In The Process

'Family Guy' Just Savaged Trump—And Polarized Viewers In The Process
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Sunday's episode of Family Guy was the second part of a two-part episode that focuses on Peter Griffin and his relationship with Donald Trump.

Family Guy, which premiered on FOX in January 1999, released their 20 greatest hits this year to mark the 20 year mark. The DVD is available here.

The Trump themed episode completely reamed the President. Family Guy creator, executive producer and writer Seth MacFarlane has long been a vocal critic of President Trump.

Trump-centric jokes included his tiny hands, orange spray tan and even grabbing Meg by the pu**y in a nod to Trump's hot mic comments to Access Hollywood.

The episode also featured a fight scene between Trump and Peter, which was spurred on by Griffin's comments about Trump's finances.

"Billionaire? Please. You're worth $700 mil on the high side."

He went on to state the words that instigated the first punch.

"And most of that is borrowed or tied up and underwater. That's why you ain't releasin' your taxes, Trump. You're cash poor!"

The episode also burned Vice President Mike Pence, who was seen gleefully clapping as Trump assaulted Meg.

Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was also seen along with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Seth McFarland was also sure to include the other Trump family members.

Ivanka was seen making Meg over.

Ivanka said:

"When I'm done with you, you'll be pretty enough to marry an Orthodox Jewish son of a felon who's too stupid to get into Harvard the normal way."

Melania handed Peter a golf club to fight her husband with and simultaneously offered Peter sex in exchange for killing Trump in front of her.

The episode clearly took risks with the lengths they took with their humor.

Some people feel as though they went much too far.

However, many people feel as though the entire episode was spot-on.

The episode also featured a cameo by Canada's Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau.