Four of the Fox cartoon’s male characters riffed on what they thought the widely watched “Hannity” host looked like. They tossed out ideas such as “strip club lunch regular,” “Wreck-It Ralph at a job interview” and “a fish that inflates to scare predators.”
— Rupert Myers (@RupertMyers) May 14, 2019
The episode, titled “Adam West High,” also took aim at conservative actor James Woods, who was called “a political troll and a maniac on Twitter,” and paid tribute to the late “Batman” star West himself, who’d voiced the recurring role of Quahog’s mayor. It originally aired Sunday but clips are now going viral.
Check out the clip here:
“Family Guy” has repeatedly taken aim at Trump in the past. In 2016 it savaged the then-GOP presidential nominee over his disgusting comments about women on that infamous “Access Hollywood” bus ride: