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8th Sep '17 12:24:41 PM GrammarNavi
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* VillainSong: In "Lois Kills Stewie", after successfully taking over the world, Stewie sends a broadcast out to the entire population on various (and gruesome) forms of punishment he will administer to those who irk him. The song is essentially the entirety of his EnemiesList, and is put to the tune of ''[[TheMikado The Mikado's]]'' ''The List Song''.

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* VillainSong: In "Lois Kills Stewie", after successfully taking over the world, Stewie sends a broadcast out to the entire population on various (and gruesome) forms of punishment he will administer to those who irk him. The song is essentially the entirety of his EnemiesList, and is put to the tune of ''[[TheMikado ''[[Theatre/TheMikado The Mikado's]]'' ''The List Song''.
29th Aug '17 4:21:51 AM Robbyn
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* SurpriseIncest:
** Happens in the Halloween episode "Halloween On Spooner Street". Meg and her friends actually get invited to a costume party, and she goes dressed as a Slutty Cat, complete with mask covering 75% of her face. One game of spin the bottle/seven minutes of heaven later, she's escorted to the closet with someone in an all-concealing [[Franchise/{{Transformers}} Optimus Prime]] costume. When they're in there too long, the door is opened to reveal it being Chris... While they're half-naked on the ground making out. [[{{Squick}} They didn't take it well]], and lines like "We did so much!" imply there was more than just lips involved, though they seemed to have gotten over it by the end of the episode, apparently realizing that (given who they are) they were lucky to hook up with anyone at all that night.
** In "Valentine's Day in Quahog", Stewie decides to go back in time to the 60s to see what love was like. During the trip, he falls for a girl and kisses her, only to find out it is really Lois after she is picked up by Carl Pewterschmidt. Stewie ends up vomiting all the way back to the present.
18th Aug '17 4:09:29 PM Kissinger113
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*TheyKilledKennyAgain: Numerous characters, most notably [[TheChewToy Meg]], have been killed at one point or another. One such instance being when Peter tries to prepare dinner in Lois' absence, and ends up cooking the kids instead.
16th Aug '17 12:26:28 PM SeptimusHeap
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* {{Shotacon}}:
** Herbert is a pedophile/ephebophile who lusts after little boys and male teenagers, especially Chris.
** In "Back to the Woods", the ghosts of previously-killed characters Vern and Johnny are shown. Vern is in Heaven, while Johnny is in Hell. The explanation?
--> '''Vern''': You're probably wondering why he's in Hell. (beat) Johnny liked little boys.
15th Jul '17 8:23:27 PM foxley
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* RisingWaterRisingTension: "A Griffin Family History" where the Griffins hide in a panic room when burglars break in, and are trapped inside when the sprinklers go off, causing the room to slowly flood. To pass the time while they wait to drown, Peter tells the story of their ancestors (and caps it off by telling his family that he didn't like ''Film/TheGodfather''). Luckily, they're rescued by Joe before the room is completely full.
11th Jul '17 6:11:46 PM TheNerfGuy
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--> '''Vern''': You might be wondering why Johnny is in Hell. (beat) Johnny liked little boys.

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--> '''Vern''': You might be You're probably wondering why Johnny is he's in Hell. (beat) Johnny liked little boys.
6th Jun '17 8:23:05 AM Kadorhal
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* SeadogPegLeg: Parodied with the character of Seamus. He's a fisherman with a typical pirate getup who has pegs replacing ''all'' his limbs, including his arms.

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* SeadogPegLeg: Parodied with the character of Seamus. He's a fisherman with a typical pirate getup who has pegs replacing ''all'' his limbs, including his arms. A cutaway in one episode reveals his entire ''torso'' is a peg as well, causing Peter to question how exactly he's still alive.



--->'''Stewie:''' Did we explore the effects of the difficult political and agricultural dynamics that have rent Ireland for centuries?
--->'''Brian:''' No, we just made them a [[{{Oireland}} country of drunken redheads]].
--->'''Stewie:''' Ah! [[SarcasmMode Groundbreaking]].

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--->'''Stewie:''' Did we explore the effects of the difficult political and agricultural dynamics that have rent Ireland for centuries?
--->'''Brian:'''
centuries?\\
'''Brian:'''
No, we just made them a [[{{Oireland}} country of drunken redheads]].
--->'''Stewie:'''
redheads]].\\
'''Stewie:'''
Ah! [[SarcasmMode Groundbreaking]].



* SexForServices: In an early episode, [[Main/TheGrimReaper Death]] comes for Peter, but twists his ankle and the Griffins nurse him back to health in the hopes that he'll spare Peter out of gratitude. At one point Death tells Lois that he might consider it if she does something for him. Lois sighs and starts unbuttoning her blouse; [[SubvertedTrope Death quickly interrupts, saying he just wanted more food]].

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* SexForServices: In an early episode, [[Main/TheGrimReaper [[TheGrimReaper Death]] comes for Peter, but twists his ankle and the Griffins nurse him back to health in the hopes that he'll spare Peter out of gratitude. At one point Death tells Lois that he might consider it if she does something for him. Lois sighs and starts unbuttoning her blouse; [[SubvertedTrope Death quickly interrupts, saying he just wanted more food]].



* SexSells: In a Season 13 episode "Baking Bad" this trope is the advice that Glen Quagmire gives to Peter when Peter and his wife, Lois, open a up a cookie bakery that has trouble attracting more customers—it works when Peter hires six female strippers with cookie-themed names, but, Peter being Peter, he ends up taking it to the extreme when he turns his and Lois's cookie bakery into a full-on strip club that merely distributes free cookies.

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* SexSells: In a Season 13 episode "Baking Bad" this trope is the advice that Glen Quagmire gives to Peter when Peter and his wife, Lois, Lois open a up a cookie bakery that has trouble attracting more customers—it customers — it works when Peter hires six female strippers with cookie-themed names, but, Peter being Peter, he ends up taking it to the extreme when he turns his and Lois's cookie bakery into a full-on strip club that merely distributes free cookies.
20th May '17 7:26:35 PM MikeW
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** Peter strings a bunch of firecrackers together, holding them in his palm as if expecting a boom that will just leave his face looking smoking. When they go off earlier than expected, Peter loses all his fingers.
21st Mar '17 5:39:00 PM Kadorhal
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-->'''Stewie''': You came unarmed?
-->'''Bertram''': As we agreed.
-->'''Stewie''': Admirable - but foolish! ''(pulls out a gun)''
-->'''Bertram''': ''(immediately pulls out his own gun)''

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-->'''Stewie''': You came unarmed?
-->'''Bertram''':
unarmed?\\
'''Bertram''':
As we agreed.
-->'''Stewie''':
agreed.\\
'''Stewie''':
Admirable - but foolish! ''(pulls out a gun)''
-->'''Bertram''':
gun)''\\
'''Bertram''':
''(immediately pulls out his own gun)''



** Finding the man who crippled him, Joe shoots him in the kneecaps. He tells the gang he didn't want to kill the guy, just give him a small taste of what he did to Joe and when he recovers, he'll understand. When Joe turns around, he finds the man has bled to death.

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** Finding the man who crippled him, Joe shoots him in the kneecaps. He tells the gang he didn't want to kill the guy, [[OnlyAFleshWound just give him a small taste of what he did to Joe Joe]] and when he recovers, he'll understand. When Joe turns around, he finds the man has bled to death.



** Winning the lottery, Peter decides to jump into a pile of gold like Scrooge McDuck and breaks half his body on the hard gold bars and coins.

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** Winning the lottery, Peter decides to [[PooledFunds jump into a pile of gold and swim around in it]] like Scrooge McDuck [=McDuck=], and breaks half his body on the hard gold bars and coins.
4th Feb '17 1:00:04 AM erforce
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* RidiculousFutureSequelisation: In ''Film/{{Rocky}} VI'' (which came out before ''Rocky Balboa'' did) Rocky goes to Mars for a fight.

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* RidiculousFutureSequelisation: In ''Film/{{Rocky}} ''Franchise/{{Rocky}} VI'' (which came out before ''Rocky Balboa'' ''Film/RockyBalboa'' did) Rocky goes to Mars for a fight.
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