i saw this this morning. it's all over the atheist blogs. it was both funny and good to see. Seth MacFarlane is himself an atheist so it's cool that he worked some activism into his show.
here's a clip beginning at the relevant part:
Due to rights issues, we are required to pull "Not All Dogs Go to Heaven" from the site temporarily. We will post the episode again as soon as these issues are resolved and apologize for any inconvenience.
Could it be that Paramount had some kind of beef with Hulu over the use of the imagery from Star Trek:TNG?
They were pretty careful about not really using ST:TNG character names, calling them out by the actors name instead. But they were wearing ST uniforms, had the Klingon logo pretty prominently displayed.
Paramount is known to religiously guard their trademarks.
I just downloaded it, new zealand is not allowed to watch American TV until it comes to new zealand. I loved it... I haven't fully confronted my family and said that i was an atheist. about 4 months ago i talked to most of them about religion and said i was agnostic and they were cool with that. but now i define my self as an agnostic atheist cause i will not claim to know it all or any thing. Only one person so far has really gone shame shame one you. i guess i would expect my friends to act more like the episode portrayed, then most of my family. Its kinda funny how they ended the Episode with the universe, i remember asking my Biology teacher if he ever thought that we were just part of something else, he concurred to having a similar thought about the possibility.