GOOGLE “TED” and you usually get the popular – if somewhat pious – series of intellectual talks about, say, green energy or the power of positive thinking. Google “Ted the movie” and you get, well, something a bit less finicky. From the creator of the “Family Guy” Franchise, “Ted” is the story of a man and his teddy-bear childhood friend who, thanks to the power of CGI, remain inseparable until this day. Far from a modern-day “Harvey,” though, Ted and master (Mark Wahlberg) drink beers, eat cereal straight from the box with their hands, and have a general bro-mance vibe. Oh: Ted also swears and makes bawdy jokes. As one might guess, this comedy will center on what happens when the wife-to-be (Mila Kunis) draws the line and wants Ted to move out. A masterpiece? No. Good, uninhibited summer fun? Hell yes, for the right audience. (And we’re not talking the TED alternative-energy crowd.) We see “Ted” topping “That’s My Boy” with a strong $28 million opener.