Today’s word is: Irony

Family Guy introduced new character Joyce Kinney the episode “Excellence in Broadcasting” as the replacement to Diane Simmons who was killed in the episode “And Then There Were Fewer.” The character Joyce Kinney is voiced by Christine Lakin.

So, where’s the irony? Get to the point!

Christine Lakin’s website is an irony in Web design.

Click on the picture for full resolutions of the screen capture.

Notice the nice iPhone design on Lakin’s website? It looks gorgeous.

So, I don’t see anything wrong with it. What’s your point?

Here it is:

Here’s another one:

The site is Flash-based! You can’t view the site on the iPhone while it has iPhone in the design.

Note to Christine:
Your site needs a new design.
If you need to complain to me in person, call Smart Entertainment (John Jacobs’ office) and show this to Mr. Turner. He can find me.
No, Seth McFarlane has nothing to do with this post or any writings on most Family Guy episodes. He got his own writing staff.

Microsoft Canceled Windows 7 Family Guy Special.

According to CNET News, All Things Digital and many others; Microsoft has cancelled the Windows 7 Family Guy Special (Infomercial).

In a statement, a Microsoft representative said the show–a variety show to be done by Alex Borstein and Seth MacFarlane–was not “a fit with the Windows brand.” Microsoft had hoped to use the show to tout its just-released Windows 7 operating system.

Seriously, what is Microsoft worrying about?

So far, the Windows 7 Family Guy snipets have been universally deemed as unfunny by viewers. All the available clips are nothing but re-dubbed Family Guy scenes with horrible lip-sync. There are nothing funny in the dialogues.

Maybe Microsoft just found out that Seth McFarlane is a hardcore Mac user.

Actually Microsoft said that they finally saw an episode of Family Guy and were horrified with the off-the-wall jokes in the series. Seriously, no one in Microsoft ever heard or watched Family Guy? I don’t believe that. Seth took no prisoners. I wonder if he get to keep the money he took.