Ted 2 came out last Friday and Family Guy and American Dad are also still on the air, so the age of Seth MacFarlane comedy continues, somehow. There's comfort in the familiar, one supposes. If you like MacFarlane comedies, boy, are you in luck. Family Guy has completed 249 episodes, American Dad has 190, The Cleveland Show managed 88 and the YouTube series Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy is 50 1-2 minute episodes. Ted 2 is his third film, following Ted and A Million Ways To Die In The West. All told, that's roughly 12,000 minutes - 200 hours - five solid work weeks - of Seth MacFarlane you can start watching any time you want. If that sounds like fun for you, hey, by all means... When Family Guy blazed onto TV in early 1999, it was fairly fresh, despite the early (and persistent) claims that the then-24-year-old MacFarlane was stealing from The Simpsons. Yes, he never quite stopped borrowing from the successful granddaddy of all modern animated TV comedies, but he found a few fresh gimmicks all his own. And once he found them, he held onto them like a meth addict who found The One Ring in his cereal box. It's now 2015, and he shows no signs of letting go of even one. It's simplifying things a bit to lay every aspect of a MacFarlane project at MacFarlane's feet, of course. Television series have many writers and directors, as well as some input from actors and producers. Still, MacFarlane is a big enough name that the buck always stops with him. And then that buck turns into a painfully long digression about George Washington pooping.