WATCH: Five-Minute Trailer For The Upcoming “The Simpsons” And “Family Guy” Crossover Episode

WATCH: Five-Minute Trailer For The Upcoming "The Simpsons" And "Family Guy" Crossover Episode
Watch five minutes of footage from the upcoming "The Simpsons" and "Family Guy" crossover episode, airing September 28.

The first footage from the upcoming The Simpsons/Family Guy crossover episode was revealed at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday and has now made its way online for everyone to enjoy!

The five minute trailer shows the Griffin’s arriving in Springfield with Peter commenting that they shouldn’t “drink the water. Everyone around here looks like they have hepatitis.” Other clips show Bart and Stewie bonding over prank phone calls and skateboarding. Home and Peter become fast friends over donuts but their relationship quickly goes south when Peter’s favourite beer is revealed to be a ripoff of Springfield’s favourite, Duff.

Watch the footage for the upcoming The Simpsons/Family Guy crossover episode, “The Simpsons Guy”:

A description for the episode says:

In the special hour-long episode, The Griffins become sidetracked and find themselves in Springfield, where they make fast friends with The Simpsons based on their obvious similarities. But said similarities threaten to tear Peter and Homer apart when an argument over accusations that Peter’s beloved Pawtuckett Patriot beer is nothing but a lesser knock-off of Homer’s equally-beloved Duff escalates into a citywide brawl. Also glimpsed in the footage: Bart and Stewie have… “different” interpretations of a prank phone-call, and Peter teaches Homer how to do a cutaway gag.

The Simpsons/Family Guy crossover episode, “The Simpsons Guy”, will premiere as Family Guy’s season 13 premiere on September 28 on Fox.

Will you be tuning in to watch “The Simpsons”/”Family Guy” crossover episode?

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