VIDEO: Sneak Peek at Win 7 Family Guy Show

Whether you hate love or really hate hate, Microsoft and FOX One's announcement that the two will collaborate on a 30-minute segment, called Family Guy Presents: Seth & Alex's Almost Live Comedy Show, is 100 percent true.

Now that we've come to terms with it, what do we know so far? The segment is scheduled to air on November 8. We also know that there will be no commercials, just half an hour of comedy created by Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein (the voice of Lois) and Windows advertising agencies Universal McCann and Crispin, Porter + Bogusky. However, if this sneak peek is anything to go by, it's going to be, uhm, not very interesting. Check it out and let us know what you think.

Will you be watching on November 8? Let us know in the comments below!

Stewie Tests Windows 7

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  • Hitokage
    ravewulfI'd rather watch something more intellectually stimulating


    This guy's watching porn.
  • frozenlead
    Well, guys, no one ever said geeks were geniuses at comedy.
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  • doomtomb
    This is going to be so lame... Microsoft stop advertising on our TV shows. That little asian girl is annoying enough by herself.
  • Titanius
    Ok so they are just going to re-dub Family Guy clips with Pro-Microsoft Windows 7 advertisement garbage? Seth MacFarlane, how much did they pay you to sell your soul? A warning note, if this show is the crap that the little clip above is, I am going to start boycotting Seth's programs, and watch nothing but the Simpsons on Sunday night (even that is hanging by a very thin thread thanks to last nights disappointing Halloween special).
  • ominous prime
    lol I wouldn't equate this advertisement to Seth selling his soul. He's quite a stand up guy. Maybe go youtube some of his speeches, he seems to really stand up for what he believes in. This episode/commercial will probably be pretty lame and I've already purchased Win 7 so this won't sway me, as I've already made my choice, and I doubt it will sway anyone who have decided to keep using XP or Vista.