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September 15, 2011

‘Family Guy’ celebrates 10th anniversary with free theater screenings

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"Family Guy" (Fox)

“Family Guy” fans can think big Thursday night at the AMC Century City 15 in Los Angeles.

In celebration of the show’s 10th anniversary, Fox is spotlighting the Griffin household — Peter, Lois, Meg, Chris, Brian and Stewie — with a 10-city, one-night-only, exclusive midnight viewing of an exclusive episode as well never-before-seen footage, trivia and giveaways. The other cities: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Seattle.

Tickets for the Southern California event are free on a first-come, first-served basis and can be reserved at familyguyLA@gmail.com.

The new epsiode that will be screened is called “Lottery Fever,” which finds the Rhode Island family struggling to stay grounded after finding themselves holding a winning ticket. The especially subversive 2009 episode “Road to Multiverse” will also be screening, having been picked for the occasion by fans voting via Facebook. The screenings will also include a 22-minute bonus feature from the forthcoming “Family Guy” DVD, due on shelves on Dec.13.

–Nate Jackson

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