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Brian dies, he is replaced by a new dog.
This article was posted on 25 November 2013 at 12:40. The last change will be on 25 November 2013 at 19:13. The Griffins, the animated series designed by Seth MacFarlane, loses one of the most important pillars of the family: Brian, the anthropomorphic dog who populated the occupation from the first episode. The dog dies overwhelmed by a car, shortly after the destruction of a time machine that would save him.
After the shock, Peter and the rest of the family will replace the four-legged tenant with a new puppy: Vinnie. In the American series, Brian spoke with the voice of Seth MacFarlane, like almost all characters. Inspired by Snoopy in appearance, Brian was the most demanding soul of the eccentric Quahog family, an imaginary suburb of Rhode Island.
The " puppy " (in quotes, because he was 7 years old) was the best friend of the head of the family Peter and the only character who understood Stewie. The little one at home, obsessed with murderous intentions against his mother Lois, found in Brian an ironic interlocutor and an adventure companion in the bizarre experiences of the series.
Among the recurring features supported from 1998 to the present, the passion for Martini and alcohol in general, a latent attraction for Lois and literary and/or journalistic ambitions, the authors pressed in record-breaking time for a disappearance that seems to follow the one announced by Simpsons' collaborators, declaring that Brian's departure could "affect less" than that of other characters.
"Dad, but what does that mean, a Neapolitan referendum"? - Il Lazzaro
Last night, since I couldn't separate my son from the umpteenth resubmission of the movie of this great cat from Doraemon, who must save the kingdom of a talking dog, I decided to change channels and go to the Menton Marathon, which was devastating for the ambitions of a hyperactive child (who then, talking dog for talking dog, instead of the space cat, is not better Brian Griffin?
In short, it was the only way to get my son off the couch and fill his side with "the pin is on the table". In the twentieth, more or less when I approached the bite, my son, who is not a Neapolitan, raised his head and asked me: "Santa, what is a referendum a little" Neapolitan?
You have no idea what that means." "Is there a plebiscite on po' napoletano? A somewhat Neapolitan referenda is a struggle in which people prefer to be filled with enthusiasm by the police to be able to say what they think freely. This gentleman knows well, he has studied, he is a great journalist and remembers when Naples rebelled not so long ago against a "foreign invasion" without the help of anyone.
He smiled at me, bowed his head and continued writing that "the pen was on the table", while as a child I remembered Channel 7 (my father had set Telecapri) on Sunday, there was the movie "Mazinga vs. Devil Man", Mentana had the blackest buds and simply carried the tag1, and we were not forced to ask anyone for explanations about hypocrisy and prejudice in the world.