"A few days later they come out and see that nearly everything has been destroyed."
"They find an newspaper and find that a virus broke out and the zombie apocalypse came."
>only a few days later
>bigass zombie apocalypseLovethedesu (talk) 15:19, September 16, 2012 (UTC)
It's okay, It's better then the first family guy lost episode. ima firin ma lazar!!!!! o(@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 16:56, September 16, 2012 (UTC)
This is not good. It makes little sense, and the first was better. The first wasnt good, but it wasn't terrible. I'm a nice guy so, just try a little better next time, and explain a bit more. And also for shows like South Park and Family Guy are ones to avoid, unless you're extremely good at pastas. Because there already adult shows, so it's a little hard to make it more intense then it already is, so do shows like SpongeBob, or MLP were it is supposed to be family friendly. Not just adult shows. ima firin ma lazar!!!!! o(@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 18:03, October 28, 2012 (UTC)
This Could have been better but it just kept adding on and on and on it was decent until after stewie kills Brion it was as if the creator started using ideas off the top of his head. 0 out of 5 *****
If it weren't for sheer willpower, I probably wouldn't have finished this story. It was cliche, unoriginal, and trite in it's posture and writing, in addition to it's sloppily written and rushed "plot" (if you could even call it that). As a result, it plays out like every other lost episode in the bag. Pointless violence and death does not make it scary, and using more descriptive words could benefit in spades (come on, 'creepy' is hardly that descriptive). For example, if you want to make something creepy, then I'd suggest writing like this: "Brian slowly craned his head in the direction of the others, letting a toothy, disgusted grin on his face, his rotten teeth gleaming like daggers." See how much better that sounds?
I give this a 2/10 for unoriginality, laziness in terms of writing, and cliche and trite plot elements that would make Gloria Tesch cry. "Space may be the final frontier but it's made in a Hollywood basement." (talk) 13:16, February 2, 2013 (UTC)