Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane was certainly the guest of honor at the mammoth party to celebrate the upcoming Family Guy: Something, Something, Something Dark Side, which will be available on DVD and Blu-ray on December 22, and he surely should have been the guest of honor: the party was at his amazing house. Before he got the festivities started inside, a white-tuxedo-clad MacFarlane walked the red carpet and talked to the press, and he had plenty to say, including that we might see the Tiger Woods controversy touched upon in future episodes of Family Guy.
"Possibly, possibly," MacFarlane told reporters on the red carpet. "If we can get it done in time."
Talk also drifted to this DVD series and, while they will certainly be doing a third DVD, to round out the original trilogy, it doesn't seem that MacFarlane will be spoofing the more recent film trilogy on DVD.
"You know, I'm not as well-versed on the new ones, as I am with the old ones," MacFarlane said. "I was a kid when the old ones came out, so they hold a special place in my heart." When asked again if he would consider doing spoofs of Episodes 1-3, MacFarlane simply stated, "I don't think we'd have the money."
MacFarlane was also asked about who we might be seeing on upcoming episodes of Family Guy and some upcoming plotlines as well
"Rush Limbaugh, Dwayne Johnson," MacFarlane stated. "Brian and Stewie get locked in a vault for an entire episode and it's just sort of a one-act play. Quagmire finds out a deep dark secret about his dad. We also have a Return of the Jedi episode coming up as well."
Family Guy airs on Sunday nights at 9 PM ET on Fox and you can check out MacFarlane's DVD spoof of Empire Strikes Back entitled Family Guy: Something, Something, Something Dark Side, which will be available on DVD and Blu-ray beginning December 22