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Seth MacFarlane defends Hitler joke during Oscar nominations

The 'Family Guy' creator took to Twitter to after backlash over his Hitler joke.
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BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 10: Emma Stone and Seth MacFarlane announce the nominees at the 85th Academy Awards Nominations Announcement at the AMPAS Samuel Goldwyn Theater on January 10, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California. (KEVIN WINTER/AFP/Getty Images)

Seth MacFarlane isn't the type to apologize because one of his jokes ruffled a few feathers.

The creator of 'Ted' and 'Family Guy' took to Twitter to defend a joke he made during the Oscar nominations, which he co-hosted with Emma Stone, reports CBS.

"I read 'Amour' was co-produced by Austria and Germany," MacFarlane cracked about Best Picture contender "Amour"

"The last time Austria and Germany co-produced something it was Hilter, but this was much better."

MacFarlane, who will also host the upcoming Academy Awards, got lot of backlash over the Hitler comments and took to his Twitter account to try to settle some of the anger. 


Yes, Arnold, as in Schwarzenegger. 

According to E! Online, there's no word from the Academy about MacFarlane's joke or if it's just a preview of what's to come on Oscar night, February 24th.