“The coming and going of cast members is something the show has rolled with for decades,” he noted, “so I think they’re pretty well disposed to deal with that. They seem pretty excited to get started with a new group.”
Looking beyond Saturday, MacFarlane said future projects he’d like to do include another film and even maybe an on-camera acting role.
“We’ll see if this weekend is a disaster or not,” he hedged. “But I do like trying things I haven’t tried before. It kind of gets the blood going.”
But what about the threat of a butterflies attack when airtime gets here on Saturday?
MacFarlane laughed, then cracked, “Aren’t there drugs that can get rid of the butterflies these days?”
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