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Posted: October 6th, 2006, 6:59am Report to Moderator
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Family Guy Charity Christmas by Javier Torregrosa - Short, Comedy - The Griffins go out on there adventures to buy christmas presents in the first half of the show, but a disaster strikes Quahog and burns half the city down.  A tv charity event is setup to pull in donations to help rebuild Quahog.  And finally ending with the Griffins opening up their presents. 20 pages - pdf, format

Family Guy's NicNac PaddyWack by Javier Torregrosa - Short, Comedy - Brian gets kidnapped by a pet shop that wants to sell him on. 23 pages - pdf, format

Family Guy's Peter Needs Extra Help by Javier Torregrosa - Short, Comedy - Peter needs a few extra hands to help bring in the extra fish from the high season. 23 pages - pdf, format


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The first Family Guy script is 23 pages.  Otherwise enjoy.



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hey jayrex

i read the first script Charity Christmas and it was so da*n funny. The script had the feeling of the show and the dialogue was almost like in the show, even thought i think it could be better.

I'll get at the others soon.

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P.S: Why not try American Dad?





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Thanks Nik,

That means alot to me.

I wrote these scripts ages ago and have had a reread through the script you liked.  I can see I have a few errors still in there.  A little too much writing here and there.  But overall I'm still happy.

It's a little hard to write a script for a cartoon where there are visual gags as well as trying to help people picture the scene.  Especially with flashbacks.

I've been trying to contact Family Guy and obtain an agent, but as I live in London I think it's impossible.

It was encouraging that one of the writers of Family Guy like my scripts also, but advised that I should do my own cartoon.

American Dad, I wasn't so fond of this cartoon.  I don't mind one or two episodes.

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Thanks Nik,

That means alot to me.

I wrote these scripts ages ago and have had a reread through the script you liked.  I can see I have a few errors still in there.  A little too much writing here and there.  But overall I'm still happy.

It's a little hard to write a script for a cartoon where there are visual gags as well as trying to help people picture the scene.  Especially with flashbacks.

I've been trying to contact Family Guy and obtain an agent, but as I live in London I think it's impossible.

It was encouraging that one of the writers of Family Guy like my scripts also, but advised that I should do my own cartoon.

American Dad, I wasn't so fond of this cartoon.  I don't mind one or two episodes.

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I have thought many times to write some episodes for Family Guy but never got into it. Well you must have been lucky to had one of the writers read it. About his opinion its true, but i think it would have helped that if one of your scripts was made into an episode that would help you make your own cartoon.

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i think it would have helped that if one of your scripts was made into an episode that would help you make your own cartoon.

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That's what I thought to get my foot in the door.  But hey, maybe I should of been a little more direct on retrospect.

Looks like I'll have to fly over to the U.S.A. and bang on the doors to get these scripts looked at.


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