ACTION: Dodge Supports Family Guy Episode that Depicts Bestiality and Pedophilia

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A 15-year-old girl has sex with a dog on a Sunday evening cartoon…and Dodge was a major sponsor of Family Guy that night!

On the Sunday, November 11th episode of Fox’s Family Guy, the dog character Brian is shown having sex with a girl. Afterward, he asks the girl, “Are you 16?” “I will be next September,” she replies.

And that is just one incident in the sex-and-gore parade that Family Guy showed at 9:00 p.m. ET – only 8:00 p.m. in the Central and Mountain time zones.

And this episode was supported by Dodge. The company prominently sponsored a contest around Family Guy’s 200th episode, as seen in a special promo during the first commercial block.

This wasn’t an accident. This wasn’t a mistaken placement of a commercial. Dodge knew EXACTLY what it was doing. Dodge ACTIVELY COOPERATED in marketing its Dart on Family Guy — and it DELIBERATELY CHOSE to support a program which portrays child molestation and sex with animals as a subject of humor. .

If YOU want to show Dodge what you think of its marketing choices, TAKE ACTION!

**If you are not in the US, you can put 00000 for zip code.

TV Ratings Advisory Board: [email protected]

Reid Bigland
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President and Chief Executive Officer, Dodge Car Brand and Head of U.S. Sales
(248) 576-5741

Olivier Francois
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President and Chief Executive Officer, Chrysler Brand
(248) 576-5741

Gualberto Ranieri
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Senior Vice President, Communications, Chrysler Brand
(248) 512-2227

Richard S. Deneau
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Director, Product and Brand Communications, Chrysler Brand
(248) 512-2694

Sergio Marchionne
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Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer

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