‘Family Guy’ Says Goodbye to Major Character (Video)

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By Greg Gilman

All dogs go to heaven.

Peter Griffin’s best friend is dead.

Brian, the talking dog who has been a staple on Fox’s animated hit “Family Guy” since its premiere in 1999, died on Sunday’s “Life of Brian” episode.

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Seth MacFarlane voiced the cynical, quick-witted animal. His last words as Brian: ”You’ve given me a wonderful life. I love you all.”

Brian was struck by a car in the episode, and Stewie was unable to use his time machine to save him.

A month later, the Griffins got a new dog, Vinnie, voiced by “Sopranos” star Tony Sirico.

So is Brian gone for good? Or will MacFarlane and company find a way to bring their favorite pooch back for more laughs? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.

Click on the Image Below to Watch Sunday’s Episode of “Family Guy”:

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