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May 06, 2009

Video: 'Family Guy' Stewie visits Fox's 'Bones'

One show is pop culture-driven animation, the other is a live action crime procedural. But this is May sweeps so why the heck not?

Below, Family Guy scallywag Stewie gives some sage advice to Bones Special Agent Seeley Booth. Now, for those Family Guy fans who don't watch Bones -- Family Guy fans, in other words -- Booth and his partner Dr. Temperance Brennan have been doing the flirty, will-they-or-won't-they for years now. In the much-anticipated episode, they finally hook up when Brennan asks Booth to help father her child.

Using the 'ol talking-character-on-the-TV trick, Stewie advises him to ... well, you know what he advises. The episode airs Thursday night. 

In a crossover clip that's a bit more weird than funny, here's Seeley vs. Stewie:

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