Family Guy invades Hollywood, CA

It seems today that all you see is violence in movies and…Hey wait, is Horace next to a sign for the Drunken Clam in Hollywood, California? Freaking sweet!

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For one day only the Happy Ending Bar was converted into Peter, Joe and Quagmire’s favorite hangout, The Drunken Clam, to promote Fox Digital Entertainment and TinyCo’s upcoming iOS and Android game, Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff.

Once inside the first thing to notice was a giant ice statue of Peter as a Siren designed so that two people could take shots. To add to the enjoyment, the place had a few beer pong tables, a Family Guy Monopoly table, multiple stations demoing Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff, and an open bar featuring Family Guy-inspired drinks including “The Shut Up Meg” and “The Leg Humper”. Plus, there’s beer. It wouldn’t be the Drunken Clam if there were no booze?

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The fun was just starting as Family Guy/Cleveland show voice actors like Gary Cole, Alex Borstein, Phil LaMarr, Will Sasso, Patrick Warburton, Kevin Michael Richardson, Jerry Lambert, and Adam West were on hand to chat about the game and the series, all while having a few drinks on Fox’s dime.

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But the night was just getting started. After interviews, photo ops and Adam West getting mobbed by fans for autographs (and who can blame them), drinks were had and Adam West made an introduction about being your Mayor. Later on we were allowed upstairs of the Drunken Clam that was made to look like the Griffin’s living room, including the couch and TV.

Photos by Anastasia Washington and Chris del Castillo.

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Growing up Chris watched a lot of the original Saturday morning cartoons and developed a love for arts and animation. Growing up he tried his hand at animation and eventually script writing, but even more his love of video games, anime and technology grew.