It's no surprise that the creators Family Guy have taken the sexual assault allegations against Kevin Spacey and added it to one their latest episodes. Seth MacFarlane and his team are infamous for intertwining the real-life media happenings into the city Quahog.
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In the December 3rd episode titled “Crimes and Meg’s Demeanor,” Peter, Lois, and Meg are seen watching the end The Usual Suspects - the 1995 film starring Kevin. When the movie finishes, Peters response to Kevin Spacey’s character being Keyser Söze is, "he was gay the whole time!”
The small input Peters reaction plays on Kevin taking the accusations against him and spinning it on him coming out "as a gay man."
If you can remember, this isn't the first time the series has poked fun at Kevin. Twelve years ago, an episode shows Stewie running through a mall naked screaming, "help, I've escaped from Kevin Spacey's basement!"
'Family Guy' made a creepy Kevin Spacey joke 12 years ago — STOP TERROR? (@S_T_O_P_TERROR) November 13, 2017
Kevin Spacey CREEPY Family Guy BASEMENT reference from 2005
K. Spacey has apologized to Anthony Rapp after Rapp alleged Spacey made an unwanted sexual advance toward the Star Trek: Discovery actor when he was 14 years old. pic.twitter.com/2smPfSqFxY
When Kevin released his statement, GLAAD president and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis responded appropriately saying:
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"Coming-out stories should not be used to deflect from allegations sexual assault. This is not a coming-out story about Kevin Spacey, but a story survivorship by Anthony Rapp and all those who bravely speak out against unwanted sexual advances. The media and public should not gloss over that.”