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originally posted by: StookieWilliams
I'm sure there's already a thread like this somewhere on here but I couldn't find it.
Let me just say I'm a Huge Seth MacFarland fan. Ted, Ways To Die In The West, Family Guy, American Dad. All of it. That being said, I feel on several occasions Seth slips in something eyebrow raising. In one of the Christmas episodes Stewie make a joke about greyhounds in a dumpster or something and Brian says "don't joke about that! That's like our holocaust." To which Stewie responds "yeah well when Greyhounds start controlling the world bank and the New York Times I'll be more inclined to believe you."
In the Hurricane episode of American Dad the opening credits say American Dad presents on conjunction with the Gay/Zionist media conspiracy
In the Simpsons Crossover episode, the Now Entering Springfield sign has a sign for restrooms, food, an exit, and a yellow eye of providence.
In the episode where Cleveland takes Brian's girl, when her and Brian first meet in a library, over Brian's shoulder is an unnamed book with an eye of providence on it. In between them is a copy Of The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins.
I've seen All of these online before. The one I don't see people talk about is the advertisement for Family Guy on Netflix. It shows the Griffins having a picnic. Meg is dropping a hotdog and a mustard stain on her shirt has a black squiggle in it. It's really out of place looking although it fits the theme of mustard stain. It looks blatantly like a Masonic compass. I made the post mainly to bring this one particularly to people attention because I noticed it a long time ago and never saw anyone else online bring it up.
originally posted by: leolady
Lets say that their little programs learned that you like Coca Cola via your online internet activity, the next time you watch TV the drinks inserted into shows are a can of Coca Cola... I haven't really tested this though... I don't watch much TV.
originally posted by: lSkrewloosel
everywhere you look in music videos and tv series you always see some sort masonic or illuminate ties.