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Oops! Video clip of “Family Guy” episode about Boston Marathon bombings turns out to be bogus

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Before I posted THIS four hours ago, I did a cursory check on its authenticity. I should have checked further.

Seth McFarlane (above), the creator of “Family Guy,” is pretty ticked about the matter, as we see HERE.

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  1. This quote was particularly descriptive “The clip’s been marinating in the sick underbelly of the Internet …”

    How does it feel to be part of the sick underbelly Mr. C.?

  2. doc: Your submissions to the sick underbelly now number 4,991.

    Physician, heal thyself.

  3. I looked in all my medical books and I couldn’t find a single cure for sick underbelly.

  4. Brian Opsahl

    No wonder your opinions are so outdated Doc….books are kinda old don’t you think. Try the new thing called the internet. I can Google a sickness and in seconds get a diagnosis that you spent 8 years getting out of those old books. I no I’m being very disrespectful to your craft ,but you led with your chin on that one.

  5. Actually Brian, more sophisticated, specialty specific internet literature searches are built right into the electronic medical record (Epic) that we use in my system.

    Be careful about the medical information you find on Google, much of it is bunk.

  6. Brian Opsahl

    No Doc…I am way smarter than that, if you need a welder you call a welder…need a plumber call a plumber get sick don’t call a Doctor…you run to the Doctor….see I’m smarter than you think….lol

  7. Good one!

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