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17th Jan '17 1:11:35 PM nombretomado
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** Certain ''FamilyGuy'' examples have been Lampshaded in the show itself

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** Certain ''FamilyGuy'' ''Family Guy'' examples have been Lampshaded in the show itself
3rd Dec '16 10:35:05 PM bwburke94
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* AdamWesting: The {{Buttcuckoolander}} Creator/AdamWest, Mayor of Quahog.

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The {{Buttcuckoolander}} {{Cloudcuckoolander}} Creator/AdamWest, Mayor of Quahog.
29th Nov '16 1:07:12 AM elle1072
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** In [[Candy, Quahog Marshmallow]], Cleveland internally debates whether or not he should say Quagmire's catchphrase "giggity" after an innuendo line, going as far as wondering if other characters are even [[allowed]] to say it. He does, but pretty much immediately regrets it and passes it off as nothing.

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** In [[Candy, ''Candy, Quahog Marshmallow]], Marshmallow'', Cleveland internally debates whether or not he should say Quagmire's catchphrase "giggity" after an innuendo line, going as far as wondering if other characters are even [[allowed]] ''allowed'' to say it. He does, but pretty much immediately regrets it and passes it off as nothing.
29th Nov '16 1:06:08 AM elle1072
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* AdamWesting: The {{Cloudcuckoolander}} Creator/AdamWest, Mayor of Quahog.

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* AdamWesting: The {{Cloudcuckoolander}} {{Buttcuckoolander}} Creator/AdamWest, Mayor of Quahog.


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**In [[Candy, Quahog Marshmallow]], Cleveland internally debates whether or not he should say Quagmire's catchphrase "giggity" after an innuendo line, going as far as wondering if other characters are even [[allowed]] to say it. He does, but pretty much immediately regrets it and passes it off as nothing.
23rd Nov '16 4:15:45 AM Morgenthaler
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* BluffingTheAuthorities:
** Played with in one episode. When police officer Joe comes to the door, Stewie, a fugitive, holds a gun to Brian. He initially tells Brian to say that everything is fine, but quickly begins using the situation to make him insult Joe. Joe still doesn't suspect anything though.
** In another episode Stewie and Lois, out with a dead body, bluff a cop who happens across them by Stewie climbing into the man's suit, his head sticking out the collar, and pretending to be an alive person who just happens to by lying down on a bridge.
30th Sep '16 5:20:06 PM Cakeman
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* AccidentalHero: In Joe's Revenge, Peter, Quagmire, and Joe go after Bobby Briggs, a notorious criminal responsible for crippling Joe. Unfortunately, he manages to get away. However, Peter collects a phone number he found in Bobby's apartment, allowing Joe to deduce that Bobby is heading to Mexico.
26th Sep '16 1:12:05 AM smalltime
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** In "The Boys in the Band", Olivia Fuller [[spoiler:and Vinny.]]
17th Sep '16 12:35:44 PM notShemp
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* AdvertisingByAssociation: Parodied in an unaired cutaway gag from season 9, "Road to the North Pole".
-->'''Stewie''': ''(to Brian)'' You tried to trick me! Like those commercials for upcoming movies.\\
''(cut to Stewie watching TV in the living room)''\\
'''Announcer''': This summer, from the guys who brought you ''Film/{{Superbad}}'' comes a hilarious new comedy.\\
'''Stewie''': Uh, I hate when they do that. Which guy? You know it could be the writers or the guys in the wardrobe department, they don't specify.\\
''(Stewie changes the channel)''\\
'''Announcer''': From the studio that brought you ''Film/WeddingCrashers''.\\
'''Stewie''': Uh, who cares? It's sure a broad association.\\
''(Stewie changes the channel)''\\
'''Announcer''': From the species that brought you ''[[Film/TalladegaNightsTheBalladOfRickyBobby Talladega Nights]]''.\\
'''Stewie''': Oh what, humans? Who else is making movies?\\
'''Announcer''': From the same molecular elements that brought you ''Film/ForgettingSarahMarshall''.\\
'''Stewie''': What?\\
'''Announcer''': ...and air!\\
'''Stewie''': Fuck off!
17th Aug '16 7:29:59 PM DustSnitch
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* AbandonedCatchphrase:
** Back before Stewie Griffin's CharacterDevelopment, he would frequently shout: "Victory is mine!"
** The first ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' had Lois give a catchphrase along the lines of "X is God's way of telling you that Y".
** Certain ''FamilyGuy'' examples have been Lampshaded in the show itself
-->'''Stewie:''' What the hell do you think I was talking about when I said "Victory shall be mine!"
-->'''Brian:''' You have not said that in a very long time.
15th Aug '16 7:14:56 PM MichaelKatsuro
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: In "Stewie, Chris and Brian's Excellent Adventure," Ernest Hemingway appears, and is grey-haired and bearded, even though he was in his twenties at the time the episode takes place.
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