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The Seth MacFarlane/Khaleesi Romance Sadly Confirmed By the Paparazzi

By Dustin Rowles | Miscellaneous | September 26, 2012 | Comments ()

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Just no.

Also, gross.

This is how you even the score after splitting up Amy Poehler and Will Arnett? YOU'RE JUST MAKING THINGS WORSE, UNIVERSE.





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  • Nurse Hatchet

    Seth MacFarlane's ouvre seems entirely dedicated to conveying an intense dislike for people with vaginas. How did this happen?

  • Strand

    Even as a liberal, Seth McFarlane rubs me the wrong way. He's intelligent, but subtlety is a four letter word to this guy, Family Guy is a comedy black hole. And there's something about his waxed eyebrows that's just off-putting.

  • SAS

    I remember when the Pajiban collective was appalled when Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard hooked up. Why do people care about two people they don't know dating?


  • Mrs. Julien

    a. I don't watch any of his shows as they are not my taste.
    b. He looks like a smarmy Muppet.
    c. And like a game show host, but not a Muppet game show host. I wouldn't diss Guy Smiley like that.
    e. Is that a hair piece?
    f. If I were to sleep with him, it would ONLY be if he randomly switched in and out of that British accent he does for whichever character. It is hiliarious. (Stewie? My brain is telling me Stewie.)
    g. They look happy.

  • googergieger

    Something tells me that kiss between them is even more awkward than the original king of gay man awkwardly forcing himself to kiss hot straight girl, "Vin Diesel kissing that one chick in XXX".

    I.E. My go to impression at parties.

  • $27019454

    I'm going to go ahead and admit I am not sure who this is. I know HER of course, but for a moment I had him confused with that guy from Girls Gone Wild, Joe Whatshissack, and Brett Ratner, whose name it just took me 13 minutes to come up with. Then I saw thew full-face photo and I have no idea.

    She's adorable and they look totally like they cant wait to get each other's clothes off. KNowwhatImean? But from the comments here, the guy killed kittens while churning out scripts for Michael Bay while updating Mein Kampf for today's audience.

    I guess he must have done something heinous, but she seems to like him.

  • Jezzer

    Aw, they look so happy together. I hope they stay together for a while. Until he dumps her for Amy Poehler. <3

  • Tammy

    Hahahahaaa, oh, Jezzer, you trying to get mauled around here? [p.s. I think they'd be ADORABLE].

  • Eve

    She must have an amazing gag reflex. If I was that close to MacFarlane, my projectile vomit would knock an innocent bystander down.

  • Rocabarra

    I dunno what all the hate is about Pajiba. I wouldn't mind bumping uglies with Seth MacFarlane. Look at his glorious smile!

  • Xtacle Steve

    Family Guy may be tired and dated. The Cleveland Show may be just flat out awful, but god dammit! I love me some American Dad!

  • TheOriginalMRod

    NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!! That dude seems like such a douche nozzle.

  • piedlourde

    Seth MacFarlane is okay in my book; he gave me Steve and Roger Smith!

  • tweek's coffee

    They look happy... come on. Who the fuck cares?

  • Tammy

    Protest all you want, kiddos, but Mr. MacFarlane was adorable and charming on SNL [and completely held his own in the sketches], he can sing like a motherfucker, he IS a smart guy [just because his show revels in silliness doesn't mean he's stupid], he has a cute smile, and sometimes, we ladies love a confident trickster showoff. Funny guys are sexy.

    You can keep telling yourself no one likes Family Guy as much as you want, but the fact remains that the show can be insanely funny ["Oh my God! Someone likes something I don't think is funny! STONE HER!"] and clearly, he's got his shit together.

    It's not like she's shtupping Russell Brand, for Christ's sake.

  • googergieger
  • Alex00

    People have also made Honey Boo Boo a thing so you might want to temper your "ohmygod people like what I don't!" schtick.

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    I feel this is the spot to confess that I find Will Ferrell funny more often than not and I'm only ashamed of it because the world has told me I should be.

    Though, you know, fuck Semi-Pro. And Step-Brothers is stupider than it had to be.

  • Tammy

    Oh, the Will Ferrell backlash. How soon people forget Celebrity Jeopardy, or Frank the Tank, or "MOOOM! MEATLOAF!", or every single episode of Conan he's been on (especially when dressed as Robert Goulet - "GOULET!"), or roughly a million other delightfully weird and hilarious things he's done over the years. I've got your back, friend - confess your love without fear.

  • Long_Pig_Tailor


    Shake and bake, indeed.

  • Snath

    I liked Land of the Lost. There, I said it.

  • $27019454

    No. I'm with you. I was stoned as fuck and laughed like a loon. Then I saw it again (do not judge me, you judgesters) and IT WAS STILL FUNNY.

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    Whoa now, let's not get crazy.

  • Carlito

    Why won't celebrities date and marry who I want them to based on my extremely limited perceptions of their personalities rooted frequently in their roles and work instead of what they actually act like in their private lives?! Curses!

  • hapl0

    So...who do you think gets to go on top...all the time?

    Dany or Stewie?

  • Maguita NYC

    Here's an upvote for I truly agree with you on celebrities' insensitivity to my needs.

    Dude, also with all due respect, a period is not something that only happens to women once a month. That shit also happens between sentences.

  • Carlito

    Thank you for the grammar critique -(STOP)- It was done intentionally for stylistic reasons -(STOP)- Not all periods happen once a month as some women experience irregular cycles -(STOP)- Yes, this should read like a telegram as a convoluted way for me to avoid using periods -(STOP)- I don't know when to stop -(STOP)-

  • Maguita NYC

    Now would be a good time. It was meant though as a light-hearted tease. Full Stop.

  • piedlourde

    Ding ding ding!

  • Christopher

    You know what? Fuck you, Rowles. Just because people are given attention by your media, doesn't mean they belong to you in any way, shape, or form. Christ, you'd think they were just entertainment fixtures the way you lot treat them. And you dislike McFarlane based on what? His *work*? That's like hating a baker because you don't like his fucking pastries! Sure his Family Guy schtick is getting old. Sure it should have died ages ago. Parks and Rec is still a thing, is it not? Even if the guy's sausage rolls having been selling like hot... sausage rolls since time immemorial, there will always be those elitist restaurants with their danish and their croissants and their fucking hand-ground Brazilian pseudo-coffee.

    Get the fuck over yourself, Man.

  • AngelenoEwok

    It's beside the point but I would totally dislike a baker because they make bad pastries. If someone's going to enjoy a career based on making something (an opportunity that's not open to just anyone), their product should be of at least decent quality or they should find a new gig.

  • Christopher

    What I'm saying is some people prefer french pastries to a good ol' sausage roll. The sausage roll is considered less classy, a more every-man snack; the guy with the white van has simple tastes, after all.

    Oh and I like Parks and Rec. I was saying that you shouldn't worry about people liking Family Guy when you've got your own idea of quality TV to watch. Just thought I'd make that abundantly clear.

    This analogy turned out to be more of a dick-sprain than I was initially anticipating.

  • The Other Agent Johnson

    Whatever, I got lost a while back in these comments. But I would fuck someone up for a sausage roll right now. So thanks for making me hungry, dick.

  • Salieri2

    I, too, really want a sausage roll. Damn.

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    You'd dislike the baker *personally* because of what they do in their career? Choosing to do something because you love it hardly necessitates that you should be good at it. I'm more inclined to dislike somebody who does something they don't like because it gets them money or prestige or what have you than I am the mediocre professional enthusiast.

  • Snath


  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    There's no such thing as too much cinnamon. Cinnamon is to pastries what garlic is to Italian food-- the more the better until it causes sores or toxicity.

  • AngelenoEwok

    I think we're envisioning different levels of under-performance. In my view, any work worth doing is worth doing well, or at least worth taking pride in. It's hard for me to imagine a genuine enthusiast who loves what they do continually doing it poorly (because bad pastries are obviously bad, and a person with a real passion for baking would eventually get better through trial and error, researching better baking techniques, etc).

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    It just seems like there's an assumption there that the person *can* do better, when I don't think that's necessarily the case. Certainly they don't deserve to stay in business if their pastries suck and will continue to suck despite their best efforts, but I don't think it's possible to infer much about them personally when they might just be inherently untalented at the thing they love doing. They deserve to fail professionally, because of course they do, but they could still personally be wonderful people.

    It's like, Forrest Gump would've been the shittiest track coach in history, even if that turned out to totally be the thing he loved doing. But he'd still be good people.

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    See, I'm conflicted, because I think you have a point, but things took a turn for the douche almost immediately. Still, upvote because I reserve downvotes for racism, other isms and people who say BSG finished well.

    I do wonder who the paparazzi were following, though. Granted, I don't follow it particularly, but it didn't *seem* like Clarke was getting a whole ton of stalkery paps attention (at least here in the states), but then neither does MacFarlane (at least I assume) because, well, he's got a penis and he's neither Clooney nor Gosling. Was it the fusion of the two that finally got the attention? Because that's kind of the most whacked out alchemy ever, right? You would never guess that would be the effect.

    And related: if you combine the blood of MacFarlane and Clarke, will you make gold? Will their child be King Midas?

    I took this altogether too far. At least three or four steps too far.

    ETA: Some people might suggest I could simply have not voted to demonstrate my ambivalence, but I feel if you're going to reply, you should go on record one way or another.

  • Christopher

    Whatever you found douchey, I apologise. I shall try and adjust accordingly for future posts. Some would finish with off with ;). I shan't, because fuck ;).

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    No need to apologize, I fully support your right to phrase things douchily or not; I see it as a valid style choice (it's dominant in negative reviews on this very site, for instance). I just felt I should qualify my upvote a bit, to avoid some awkward spiral of potential fuckiness.

  • jess

    But honestly, they look pretty happy.

  • Tammy

    The body language in that header image says "I'm totally smitten by this girl and I find her fascinating, so I'm leaning in to hear what she's whispering to me." Look at how engaged (but not creepy/possessive) his hand is on the small of her back, and how he's smiling gently as he's listening to her. And look how enthusiastically, yet relaxed and comfortably, she has her own arms draped around his neck. Seriously, that's an image of a cute couple who looks like they have a lot of laughs together.

    Really sticks in your craw, MacFarlane-Haters, doesn't it?

  • Natallica

    It's true! And I love the fact that, in the third and fourth pic, he's the one who seems genuinely lol'ing at whatever she said. Maybe they share a sense of humor, which is a pretty solid base for a good relationship

  • habshockeygrl

    washing out eyes with borax now, then I will bang head against wall until I forget I read this

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    That seems extreme. If you really want to forget, a course of ECT seems less traumatizing, and the borax eye thing is just magical thinking-- the eye is responsible for nothing.

  • Wicked

    Seems like the sun and stars have disappeared and replaced by horrible British speaking man juices.

  • Kala

    I don't have much of a problem with MacFarlane (I find some of his stuff rather funny), but this definitely ranks pretty high in History's Most Unlikely Romances.

    I'm seriously baffled right now. How did fate even bring these two together?

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    A) I am given to understand that sense of humor is nature's most powerful aphrodisiac. B) MacFarlane's got a shit ton of money, which tends to have the side effect of supplying confidence (though that often spirals into massive egomania). Ergo, what you've got is a likely confident, arguably hilarious guy (it's not exactly my thing, but I'm not about to pretend he isn't funny) who is at least normal person handsome. That is generally an attractive thing to women.

  • celery

    Man, so matter how charming that guy may be in person, I'd have a hard time even being polite to him given all the stupid jokes that stupid people repeat constantly off his stupid show.

  • Do you think he slips into his voices randomly throughout the day? Or, worse, during intimate moments? That would be a dealbreaker.

  • Kala

    I have the most horrible image of him whispering "Giggety" at the most inappropriate time. I am actually shuddering while typing. THANKS FOR THE NIGHTMARE FOOD.

  • Snath

    I think Roger would probably be worse.

  • InternetMagpie

    Oh God.

  • TherecanbeonlyoneAdmin

    The Khal does not approve.

  • Joe

    While I know you're saddened now, think of how good you'll feel when she finally tires of him and has her dragons burn him to death.

  • F'mal DeHyde

    They look like they're enjoying themselves.

  • He must have a pretty impressive dragon. >.>

  • Fred Red

    Meh, probably not so much his dragon as it is his bank account.
    I'm pretty sure he could fill a bus with one-hundred dollar bills.

  • annoyingmouse

    Because dick size and Scrooge McDuck bank accounts are the only reasons chicks ever dig on dudes, right? Mo money mo problems amiright?

  • The Other Agent Johnson

    Sooo... Emilia Clarke, co-star on one of the most successful cable television shows ever, one that's won multiple awards, needs to date someone because he's got money?

    That's your response? That she's a gold digger?

    You're kind of an idiot, you know that?

  • googergieger

    Katie Holmes?

  • The Other Agent Johnson

    What the hell does that have to do with anything? You think Katie Holmes married Tom Cruise because he was richER than she was? Really?

    No, really?

  • googergieger

    Dude said a million bucks will make anyone attractive. You pointed out someone having less but critical acclaim(for a T.V. show she is on nonetheless) is enough to dismiss that claim. While I don't agree with what he said as I believe there would always be more to it than that, what you said in response was painfully idiotic. I think Katie Holmes married Cruise for a variety of reasons that were sold to her, or she sold to herself as being win/win for everyone involved. Which I can easily see as not being the first or last time someone does such a thing.

    *tips hat*

  • The Other Agent Johnson

    No, my problem is the assumption that that's automatically the reason for the pairing, which is the way the OP phrased his comment.

    And even if your claim about Holmes is true, it's still not relevant, because it makes at best an assumption about Clarke and at worst a generalization about women and wealthy men in general.

  • googergieger

    His assumption that his unfunny joke wouldn't be taken seriously?

    No, I offered a counter argument to your non-argument of an unfunny joke post. You threw whatever it was you wanted on it because fake indignation seems to be all the rage. Well have fun with it. Big man walking away, now.

  • The Other Agent Johnson

    God, please do, because you stopped making sense a while ago.

  • RyanH

    I actually don't dislike MacFarlane- he's a little bit smarmy and everything he touches turns to gold, but he seems affable enough, and he's promoted his (awesome) friends' shows on his own show before (see: Robot Chicken).

  • Maguita NYC

    A woman's prerogative it to date at least one asshole in her lifetime.
    How else would we ever develop that sense that says we are bullshitted or not. Remember Scarlett Johanson and Sean Penn?

    The Khaleesi will just have to take a few months after this affair is over to lose the skeevy stench this man-boy is sure to leave behind. One must admit though, some tentatively kiss a few frogs, while others just grab-on and irrigate that shit out.

  • luthien26


  • Natallica

    Fictional Patron Saint of the Friendzoned

  • lowercase_ryan

    Daario would have his head.

  • Alberto Cox Délano

    Ser Jorah troubles my heterosexuality.

  • zeke_the_pig

    Oh indeed

  • Mrs. Julien

    That's funny, he validates mine.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    It's the voice. I mean, he looks good in those breeches and all, but that voice...

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