History Headscratchers / FamilyGuy

21st Oct '16 10:24:28 AM CelestialDraco
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* [[Spoiler: How exactly did Olivia Fuller survive being in a burning cardboard house?]]

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21st Oct '16 10:23:36 AM CelestialDraco
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* {{Spoiler:How exactly did Olivia Fuller survive being in a burning cardboard house?}}

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21st Oct '16 10:21:40 AM CelestialDraco
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* {{Spoiler: How exactly did Olivia Fuller survive being in a burning cardboard house?}}

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21st Oct '16 10:21:11 AM CelestialDraco
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* [[Spoiler: How exactly did Olivia Fuller survive being in a burning cardboard house]]

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* [[Spoiler: {{Spoiler: How exactly did Olivia Fuller survive being in a burning cardboard house]]house?}}
19th Oct '16 12:52:55 AM Nathanoraptor
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** The inference is, no matter the circumstances, they wouldn't have taken his side anyway; the whole point of the episode is that people are getting sick of Quagmire, his perversions and his [[SerialRapist general attitude]]. It's telling that not even his close friends attempt to stand up for him (their defences are half-hearted at best). DoubleStandard it may be, but at least they're rid of him for a good long while.
4th Oct '16 8:36:54 AM tyrekecorrea
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* How can Cleveland's house accommodate his whole family? Maybe Cleveland Jr. and Rallo share Junior's old room, and they moved Roberta into that room where Cleveland's uncle died.
26th Sep '16 8:25:59 AM speedyboris
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* [[Spoiler: How exactly did Olivia Fuller survive being in a burning cardboard house]]

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* In "Road to the Pilot", Brian and Stewie stand outside the house while the first act of "Death Has a Shadow" is being played out inside. Problem is, there's a joke in the actual pilot where two guys from the neighborhood pop in when Peter asks who touched the thermostat. These two guys don't appear in "Road to the Pilot", even before Brian and Stewie affect the space-time continuum. Where were they?
26th Sep '16 6:06:41 AM Technomaru
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* In Peter's Two Dads, they go out of the way to note that Francis Griffin isn't Peter's biological father, but instead it's Mickey ''Mcfinnegan'' --a man likely with very strong Irish roots and probably rarely left the area. That said, after finding Mickey, Peter still talks about his bloodline of ''Griffin'' relatives. I understand that Peter can still be proud of the...erm, accomplishments of these people, but it seems odd he would continue to phrase the stories like he's biologically related to them. Since I'm doubting Thelma's maiden name was also Griffin and FG has a medium awareness of continuity, it seems like a weird detail to overlook...unless they found out Francis was indeed Peter's biological father off screen.

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* In Peter's Two Dads, they go out of the way to note that Francis Griffin isn't Peter's biological father, but instead it's Mickey ''Mcfinnegan'' --a man likely with very strong Irish roots and probably rarely left the area. That said, after finding Mickey, Peter still talks about his bloodline of ''Griffin'' relatives. I understand that Peter can still be proud of the...erm, accomplishments of these people, but it seems odd he would continue to phrase the stories like he's biologically related to them. Since I'm doubting Thelma's maiden name was also Griffin and FG has a medium awareness of continuity, it seems like a weird detail to overlook...unless they found out Francis was indeed Peter's biological father off screen.screen.
* [[Spoiler: How exactly did Olivia Fuller survive being in a burning cardboard house]]
15th Sep '16 11:40:34 AM RisingRah
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* In Peter's Two Dads, they go out of the way to note that Francis Griffin isn't Peter's biological father, but instead it's Mickey ''Mcfinnegan'' --a man likely with very strong Irish roots and probably rarely left the area. That said, after finding Mickey, Peter still talks about his bloodline of ''Griffin'' relatives. I understand that Peter can still be proud of the...erm, accomplishments of these people, but it seems odd he would continue phrase the stories like he's biologically related to them. Since I'm doubting Thelma's maiden name was also Griffin and FG has a medium awareness of continuity, it seems like a weird detail to overlook...unless they found out Francis was indeed Peter's biological father off screen.

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* In Peter's Two Dads, they go out of the way to note that Francis Griffin isn't Peter's biological father, but instead it's Mickey ''Mcfinnegan'' --a man likely with very strong Irish roots and probably rarely left the area. That said, after finding Mickey, Peter still talks about his bloodline of ''Griffin'' relatives. I understand that Peter can still be proud of the...erm, accomplishments of these people, but it seems odd he would continue to phrase the stories like he's biologically related to them. Since I'm doubting Thelma's maiden name was also Griffin and FG has a medium awareness of continuity, it seems like a weird detail to overlook...unless they found out Francis was indeed Peter's biological father off screen.
15th Sep '16 11:39:24 AM RisingRah
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** In all fairness, this is a show that will get things wrong for comedy, thus, it's handwaved for the sake of the plot, after all there is a reason AcceptableBreaksFromReality trope, along with the ArtMajorBiology, ArtisticLicenseBiology and ArtisticLicenseMedicine tropes exist. However, in much the same fairness, not many do know that herpes can't be contracted through blood and some will assume that it can be. However, likewise, dogs can contract herpes (it's called the canine herpes simplex virus) but they can't contract it from nor give it to humans and not too many know that. Either way, if they went with accuracy, it would probably break the plot and the humor of the episode.

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** In all fairness, this is a show that will get things wrong for comedy, thus, it's handwaved for the sake of the plot, after all there is a reason AcceptableBreaksFromReality trope, along with the ArtMajorBiology, ArtisticLicenseBiology and ArtisticLicenseMedicine tropes exist. However, in much the same fairness, not many do know that herpes can't be contracted through blood and some will assume that it can be. However, likewise, dogs can contract herpes (it's called the canine herpes simplex virus) but they can't contract it from nor give it to humans and not too many know that. Either way, if they went with accuracy, it would probably break the plot and the humor of the episode.episode.
*In Peter's Two Dads, they go out of the way to note that Francis Griffin isn't Peter's biological father, but instead it's Mickey ''Mcfinnegan'' --a man likely with very strong Irish roots and probably rarely left the area. That said, after finding Mickey, Peter still talks about his bloodline of ''Griffin'' relatives. I understand that Peter can still be proud of the...erm, accomplishments of these people, but it seems odd he would continue phrase the stories like he's biologically related to them. Since I'm doubting Thelma's maiden name was also Griffin and FG has a medium awareness of continuity, it seems like a weird detail to overlook...unless they found out Francis was indeed Peter's biological father off screen.
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