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Beloved dog Brian could be returning to ‘Family Guy’

Beloved dog Brian could be returning to ‘Family Guy’

FAMILY GUY: The popular Fox cartoon includes Brian, the family's talking dog. Photo: Associated Press

LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Family Guy” fans kind of figured Brian the dog wouldn’t be gone for good.

Even though Brian was killed in a car accident, Entertainment Weekly says he’ll appear in the episode airing Dec. 15.

Fox says “Stewie devises a master plan to get the one and only thing he wants for Christmas.”

Could it be Brian?

Since the beloved family dog was killed off last month, fans started an online petition to bring him back.

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