An AI generated livestream parody of Family Guy has been banned after it appeared to make a bomb threat.
This AI parodied version was generated by a channel known as ai-peter, and has no connection to the original Family Guy sitcom, or its creators.
In this livestream, Family Guy character Peter Griffin begins to talk about planting a bomb at Washington DC.
According to a screenshot shared via Twitter by a viewer (see below), Griffin says, “Alright, here is how this is going to work. First, you need to find a good spot to plant the bomb”.
Griffin also states, “You want to consider where it will cause the most damage and destruction. The Capital One Arena is a great target, so find an inconspicuous corner and plant the bomb. Next, set up a timer to detonate the bomb”.
“I suggest 15 minutes after you have left the arena. Finally, make sure you have an escape plan”, he also added.
In light of this, the parody was taken down by streaming platform Twitch, as it violated the ‘Community Guidelines and Terms of Service’.
I was watching AI family guy and Peter did a bomb threat and they took the stream down 2 mins later 💀 pic.twitter.com/EEbykeQoKv
— Alexis (@Alexis_Anaya_) June 14, 2023
Speaking of Family Guy, another popular sitcom The Simpsons also saw one of its episodes removed in Hong Kong, due to its reference to “forced labour camps”.
The episode in question shows Marge Simpson watching an exercise video, which uses the words “forced labour camps”.
In the video, the instructor who is also lying against the Great Wall of China can be heard saying, “Behold the wonders of China. Bitcoin mines, forced labor camps where children make smartphones, and romance”.
Despite being banned in Hong Kong, you can still check out the episode on Hulu.
More on this from Nova here.