The Death Of Brian Griffin Only Brings Light To the Birth Of Vinny

 The Death of the King Dong Brian Griffin 

Brian Griffin, the mainstay talking dog featured on Seth McFarlane's animated show Family Guy, was run over by a car and killed in Sunday night's episode The tragedy occurred as Brian was preparing to play street hockey with Stewie, the Griffins' talking baby Brian's longtime partner in crime.

See Brian's 14 best moments On Family guy 

But, wait: Brian the talking dog isn’t dead! He’s just gone to a farm upstate where he can have long, meaningful discussions  and drink martinis with other dogs. Right? See Fox’s tribute video to Brian below.

‘Family Guy’ EP Explains Why Brian Had To Die

Like most fans, we’re sure you’re scratching your head, wondering why Family Guy would off such
an important character.
“This was an idea that got pitched in the writers room and it sort of caught fire, and we thought it could be a fun way to shake things up,” executive producer Steve Callaghan tells Us ”We started talking about what the next couple episodes could be and we got very excited about the way this change will affect the family dynamics and the characters.”
Steve explains that killing off a human member of the family would be “too traumatic,” so the writers settled on the dog. As for how Mila KunisSeth Green and the other stars reacted to the news, Steve says they were “surprised.” Also, they were “glad it wasn’t them.”

Fan Boys And Family Guy Gurus , are you bummed that Brian is dead? What do you think about his replacement, Vinny? Drop a comment with your every emotion below.

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