Need some Family Guy gifts for the wannabe Griffins in your life? Forget The Flintstones, and forget The Jetsons, these days you could even be forgiven for forgetting The Simpsons. However, don’t you ever, ever forget about the Griffins. For the better part of the last two decades, Peter, Louis, Stewie, and the rest of the family from Spooner Street have become one of America’s primary sources of humor and satire, thanks to Fox’s Family Guy. With the holiday season in full swing, Internet shops have you covered with cool presents and products, and they're all here on this list of awesome gifts to purchase for the Family Guy fans in your life.
From Family Guy collectibles, clothing, and all manner of other generally awesome Family Guy merchandise, this list has something for everyone. While some of the items honor the well-known humor of the Griffins, others take a look at some of the more obscure jokes and members of the Quahog community who have come and gone over the years. Even when the holiday season is over, these entries will still make for great Family Guy gift ideas all year long.
So, if you or someone you know has an affinity for Seth MacFarlane’s profane, absurd, and downright comedic carton, then take a look at this list of freakin’ sweet items and vote up the ones that you think would make for the best gifts.
When it comes to both of these legendary cartoons odds are you've already seen every episode. Now take the ultimate test and see how much you really know about the shows you love.Price: $14.99
What's more evil, a homicidal baby or a homicidal doll? That's the sort of question that could keep a Family Guy fan up for nights on end Judging by this poster, it appears that Chuckie has found Stewie's one weak spot: Rupert.Price: $15.30
Is there anything Seth MacFarlane likes to do more than croon? This CD is a compilation of songs (both classic and original) performed by the Family Guy ensemble for your listening pleasure.Price: $11.70
Look, Peter Griffin may not be the smartest man in the world (not by a long shot, actually) but that doesn't mean he doesn't have his fair share of wisdom to impart upon us all.Price: $2.01 (paperback)