Some of the best recurring gags in ‘Family Guy’

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Family Guy just celebrated their 250th episode and is known for a few long-running gags throughout the shows lifetime.

Peter skins his knee and spends way too much time cradling the injury.

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KoolAid Man makes numerous appearances where he famously bursts through the wall.

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Herbert the Pervert always has a creepy attraction to children, but mainly just Chris.

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Everyone hating Meg is probably the longest running gag. Because who doesn’t hate Meg?

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The Vaudeville musicians, Vern and Johnny, help make any situation awkward.

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James Woods appears in the show as himself and continuously gets into ridiculous situations with Peter.

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Chris’ closet is home to the Evil Monkey that forces Chris to live in constant fear.

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The front of Cleveland’s house gets destroyed, but the 2nd floor slowly tilts till the tub finally slides off. The recurring gag has even made it into the spin-off “The Cleveland Show.”

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Peter fighting Ernie, the Giant Chicken, is probably Family Guy’s most legendary gag.

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Al Harrington’s advertisement for “Al Harrington’s Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm-Flailing Tubeman Emporium and Warehouse” quickly became a hit with viewers.

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