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Uber and Bill Cosby spoofed in NSFW trailer for Family Guy season 15

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"Doctor Who the F*ck is this?"

An entirely normal response for anyone who's just seen the trailer for Family Guy: season 15, featuring a good whole four minutes of the usual filth along with a rather alternative take on everyone's favourite Time Lord.

First shown at San Diego Comic-Con at the weekend, there are some disconcertingly modern twists too, with jokes about iphoto, Uber, GoPros and, yes, Bill Cosby.

We're not sure Brian will be humping his leg for a Martini anytime soon.

 

 

 

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