In this recent episode of “Family Guy,” the show known for its sharp humor and satire, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry found themselves in the crosshairs once again.
However, this time, fans are debating whether the show’s jibe at the royal couple was more of an observation than a roast.
The lead character, Peter Griffin, facing financial woes, decides to “go at it alone,” drawing a parallel to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s move to the US.
The scene then humorously portrays an animated Harry and Meghan relaxing by a pool.
A butler appears with a wad of dollar bills, poking fun at their Netflix deal, to which Harry nonchalantly replies, “add it to the pile.”
Meghan’s animated counterpart quips about their daily $250,000 sponsored Instagram posts for Del Taco, and Harry delivers a humorous line about leaving behind “made-up nonsense,” taking a dig at the Royal Family.
The episode garnered mixed reactions from fans.
Some were taken aback, believing it was more of a jab at the Royal Family than at Meghan and Harry themselves.
They saw it as a satirical commentary on how the couple is thriving in their new life.
Others, however, found the joke amusing and defended the show’s comedic approach to celebrity satire.
“Family Guy” has a long history of poking fun at celebrities, and this time, it seems they’ve managed to stir a debate about the intended target of their humor.Read More On The Topic On TDPel Media