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Brian Griffin is alive: 'Family Guy' brings back character

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Tonight on "Family Guy" fans were super excited to see the big returns of Brian Griffin the dog. On Dec. 15, viewers got to see that this dog which was killed off a few weeks ago is back again and this is great news to them.

The show was already almost over before he showed up on the episode. Of course Stewie was talking about him during the episode and missed his best friend. He has been wanting him back ever since he passed away. He was willing to do anything he could to get him back again. He actually found himself in the future which was interesting. This means that the time machine return pad was in his backpack. The new dog Vinnie helped him to get it back.

Stewie tells Vinnie good bye and explains he may never see him again as he decides to use the time machine to get back Brian the dog. He then pushed Brian out of the way and he did not get ran over. Stewie was able to save his best friend. News had already came out a while back that he would return and you can read more about it at this link.

"Family Guy" airs new episodes on Sunday night on Fox. Please like my Facebook to stay up to date on the latest news.

Update: Find out what Seth MacFarlane has to say about killing Brian and bringing him back.

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