The FCC will get a mess of complaints about the November 10 episode of Fox’s animated Seth MacFarlane comedy Family Guy after Parents Television Council encouraged members today to file broadcast indecency complaints with the commission. PTC says it sprang into action because the episode contained explicit jokes about rape, molestation, sexual exploitation of children — and the “sexualized use of food and perverse ‘internal defrosting’ of frozen hot dogs.” PTC sent out word of the campaign this morning to the media, with a helpful partial transcript of the episode:

- Upset at being threatened by a bully and challenged to a fight, teenage Meg runs into the girl’s restroom. She finds pedophile Quagmire inside.

Meg: “What are you doing in here?”

Quagmire: “This is my base of operations.”

Quagmire’s phone beeps. Voice on phone: “Mr. Quagmire, the girl’s gym class will be in the showers in twenty minutes.”

- Quagmire recounts being bullied by a girl when he was in high school: “That was the beginning of a long, abusive relationship. It’s one thing if you put your penis inside-out in the safety of your own bedroom. But to have it done in the cafeteria? To this day, I can’t have sex with a woman against her will without thinking about rape.”

- Trying to avoid the fight, Meg plans to get expelled. Meg posts a sex tape of herself on the Internet. She is shown lying naked with a pile of sausages next to her.

- After being beaten bloody, Meg “wins” the fight by pulling up her shirt and showing the bully her breasts. The bully recoils in horror.

- After the fight, Quagmire congratulates Meg: “I’ve got a feeling you’re going to be around for a real long time.”

Meg (voice-over): “But I wasn’t around for a long time. A year later, my body reacted to a frozen hot dog, and I died of septic shock. I became the face of internal hot dog defrosting.” A billboard with Meg’s face, a package of frozen hot dogs surrounded by a “no” symbol, and the phrase “Remember how gross it was when Meg died?” is shown.

PTC notes Fox “brags that Family Guy is ‘#1 with Teens’ and, because the show is a cartoon, it is routinely watched by thousands of young children.”

“It is unconscionable that Seth MacFarlane would produce entertainment content that employs rape, molestation and the sexual exploitation of children as punch-lines to a joke. And it is reprehensible — and we think illegal — that Fox affiliates would air such material when children are likely to be in the audience,”  said PTC president Tim Winter.

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