Speaking at SXSW, the “Family Guy” guy let spill on the new adventures of Fred, Wilma and the gang.
“There’s really not a lot about that show — other than the references to 1960s America, which really come through in the writing more than the visual — that needs to be changed visually and stylistically … It’s like being handed the keys to a very old expensive car. You want to be careful not to be Ferris Bueller with it. It was the first thing I drew, when I was two years old. It’s a nice, full-circle thing. My thought was, I can’t [screw] it up any worse than Viva Rock Vegas.”