The Family Guy Trilogy: Laugh It Up, Fuzzball (Blu-ray) - £21.59 Delivered (using code JSDB1605) @ Sainsburys Entertainment

The Family Guy Trilogy: Laugh It Up, Fuzzball (Blu-ray) - £21.59 Delivered (using code JSDB1605) @ Sainsburys Entertainment

Found 16th May 2011
I cannot get close to this price elsewhere, the code is for new customers only so you will need to create a new account with a different e-mail address if your already a customer with them to be able to use the code.

Blue Harvest
The laughs come full "Force" when the Griffin clan puts a freakin’ sweet spin on the greatest sci-fi saga ever told. With Peter playing the swashbuckling Han Solo, Lois as the sexy Princess Leia, Chris as an adolescent Luke Skywalker, Brian as a well-spoken Chewbacca and Stewie finally embracing his dark side as Darth Vader, who knows what will happen? Filled with outrageous gags, spaced-out droids and more intergalactic satire than you can shake a lightsabre at, this epic spoof of Star Wars: A New Hope is a must-own for every fan of Family Guy.

The Something Something Something Dark Side
A special 60 minute episode from cult cartoon franchise Family Guy. Following the example of its predecessor, this installment retraces the adventures of the Star Wars saga from the bizarre perspective of Seth MacFarlane’s dysfunctional characters. Chris Griffin – the chubby and clumsy teenage son - is transformed into a less charming and not so resourceful Luke Skywalker, Stewie Griffin – the ever menacing toddler - aptly morphs into an even meaner version of Darth Vader, while Peter Griffin and Lois Griffin play Han Solo and Princess Leia respectively.

It's A Trap!
Once again, the Family Guy alliance travels far, far beyond the boundaries of good taste to bring you an outrageous intergalactic journey. Join them for one last outer space adventure, as Han Solo (Peter), Chewbacca (Brian), and Princess Leia (Lois) battle against the Evil Empire. Meanwhile, Darth Vader (Stewie) and the Emperor (Carter) try to recruit Luke Skywalker (Chris) to the dark side of the Force with taco nights and T-shirts. Filled with outlandish humour and exploding spaceships, Family Guy unites for a final sci-fi spoof.d deal! Please don't just paste in marketing text or specs.


Hmm, not bad. Been waiting for this set.

still too esxpensive for what amounts to 6 episodes


still too esxpensive for what amounts to 6 episodes

My thoughts exactly. Ludicrously overpriced for what is essentially a moderate length film.
Was mildly amused when at the end of the 3rd, "Its a trap" the characters took the urine out of each other and Seth McFarlane had the others questioning the greed involved in releasing incomplete "series" as full series (Only McFarlanes series do this - FamGuy and American Dad), and the cost of this trilogy.
I agree. No smoke without fire.
In short, it should be no more than the FOUR Futurama movies - £10 for the dvds, whatever for BluRay
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