Family Guy, love it or hate it, has always been one of those shows that manages to pull me back with every season bundle despite its habit of falling into the realm of redundancy. I guess that's to be expected from a sitcom that has ran this long. Creativity often wanes or completely nosedives this late in a shows life cycle, but series creator, Seth McFarlane manages to keep this series afloat by tackling relevant topics and putting new spins on beloved characters that don't feel out of place or totally out of character. My favorite moments in this season center around Quagmire, Jo, Bryan and Cleveland. Without going into spoilers, Cleveland's friendship with Peter is challenged on a deep and personal level, Jo and Bonnie's relationship intensifies in a hilarious Bryan and Jo-centric episode, and Quagmire's search for a long lost love leads the crew to South Korea in a great episode that merges K-Pop culture and sensibilities with Family Guy's crude and twisted sense of humor. It's likely that this season won't convert those who have stayed clear from the series from the beginning nor those who opted out after the initial revival, but there is plenty to enjoy for longtime Family Guy viewers, offering something fresh and familiar to chew on until the next release.