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1st May '16 5:02:38 PM EddyDini
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* And in it's sequel, Christmas Guy: [[spoiler:Vinnie willingly helps Stewie go back in time to rescue Brian. The fact that they didn't have a lot of time together and only knew of Brian from the supporting cast just shows that, love him or hate him, Vinnie seems to be a genuinely good character]].

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* And in it's its sequel, Christmas Guy: [[spoiler:Vinnie willingly helps Stewie go back in time to rescue Brian. The fact that they didn't have a lot of time together and only knew of Brian from the supporting cast just shows that, love him or hate him, Vinnie seems to be a genuinely good character]].
17th Apr '16 3:35:25 PM redandready45
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* "Mr Griffin Goes to Washington": Peter and Lois got suckered into supporting the crooked tobacco company, letting the perks go to their heads, [[PapaWolf up until they saw Stewie smoking and coughing]].
** Although its a gag, a guy low level employee is compassionate enough to donate his money to the less fortunate is pretty nice.
19th Mar '16 9:07:25 AM Hossmeister
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22nd Jan '16 11:02:19 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* Although many view it as a DownerEnding, the now non-canon "Life of Brian" had plenty of these. Highlights include: Brian's dying words (that he loves his family, despite the times [[Recap/BrianWritesABestseller he's screwed them over]], [[Recap/NotAllDogsGoToHeaven belittled them]], [[Recap/BeCarefulWhatYouFishFor or otherwise didn't care]]) and Vinnie trying to comfort Stewie, who still misses Brian.
* Christmas Guy: [[spoiler:Vinnie willingly helps Stewie go back in time to rescue Brian. The fact that they didn't have a lot of time together and only knew of Brian from the supporting cast just shows that, love him or hate him, Vinnie seems to be a genuinely good character]].

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* Although many view it as a DownerEnding, the now non-canon "Life of Brian" had has plenty of these. Highlights include: Brian's dying words (that he loves his family, despite the times [[Recap/BrianWritesABestseller he's screwed them over]], [[Recap/NotAllDogsGoToHeaven over, belittled them]], [[Recap/BeCarefulWhatYouFishFor them, or otherwise didn't care]]) care) and Vinnie trying to comfort Stewie, who still misses Brian.
* And in it's sequel, Christmas Guy: [[spoiler:Vinnie willingly helps Stewie go back in time to rescue Brian. The fact that they didn't have a lot of time together and only knew of Brian from the supporting cast just shows that, love him or hate him, Vinnie seems to be a genuinely good character]].
22nd Jan '16 10:58:25 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* Although many view it as a DownerEnding, the now non-canon "Life of Brian" had plenty of these. Highlights include: Brian's dying words (that he loves his family, despite the times he's screwed them over, belittled them, or otherwise didn't care) and Vinnie trying to comfort Stewie, who still misses Brian.

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* Although many view it as a DownerEnding, the now non-canon "Life of Brian" had plenty of these. Highlights include: Brian's dying words (that he loves his family, despite the times [[Recap/BrianWritesABestseller he's screwed them over, over]], [[Recap/NotAllDogsGoToHeaven belittled them, them]], [[Recap/BeCarefulWhatYouFishFor or otherwise didn't care) care]]) and Vinnie trying to comfort Stewie, who still misses Brian.
14th Jan '16 2:40:41 PM ParkedCarAnne
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* In "Love Blactually", after Loretta makes a plea for Cleveland to forgive her for the affair, despite the others' insistence she will never change, he takes up her invitation, upon which he gently lets her down, telling her what they had was special but is now over and he wants nothing more than for her to move on and live a happy life.
* Peter apologizing to Lois for acting like a jerk in "Finders Keepers".
** Chris throwing away the diamond pinkie ring Peter gave to everyone but Meg and quickly changing the subject to avoid hurting her feelings.
** Peter actually pulling over and being concerned when Meg jumps out of the car.
* Joe and Bonnie re-uniting at the end of ''Internal Affairs'' to Toto's "Africa." Lois and Peter warmly smiling as they make up sells the scene even further.
-->'''Joe:''' Will you ever forgive me?
-->'''Bonnie:''' It's gonna take some time, Joe.
-->'''Joe:''' Is the rest of your life okay?
* Peter and [[spoiler: his brother Chip]] making amends at the end of the episode.
* "Mr. And Mrs. Stewie" Stewie can create catastrophic events and nuclear detonation just for the hell of it, creating worldwide chaos, but when Penelope tells him to kill Brian, he just can't do it.
* Peter mending his relationship with Lois while in Italy in "Bobba-Dee Babba_Dee".
* Although many view it as a DownerEnding, the now non-canon "Life of Brian" had plenty of these. Highlights include: Brian's dying words (that he loves his family, despite the times he's screwed them over, belittled them, or otherwise didn't care) and Vinnie trying to comfort Stewie, who still misses Brian.
* Christmas Guy: [[spoiler:Vinnie willingly helps Stewie go back in time to rescue Brian. The fact that they didn't have a lot of time together and only knew of Brian from the supporting cast just shows that, love him or hate him, Vinnie seems to be a genuinely good character]].
** [[spoiler: Stewie saving Brian from ever being killed. After three of the darkest weeks of the show, fans were just crying with happiness. And Stewie from the future fading away, leaving Brian's death nothing but a WhatCouldHaveBeen in Brian's memory.]]
--->'''Stewie''': [[FamousLastWords Merry Christmas, Brian!]]
** [[spoiler:And Brian's gratitude towards Stewie for saving his life by calling him his best friend]]
* At the end of 'Grimm Job', Peter tenderly putting Stewie to bed, then saying good night to him, Chris and Meg. Even if he missed that Herbert is lying in wait in Chris' room, and Meg has hung herself.
* The citizens of Bumblescum helping out the Griffins in "To Love and Die in Dixie" is rather sweet, in contrast to the unflattering way Southerners are usually portrayed on this show.
* Meg and Peter actually getting along in "Meg Stinks!" and Peter telling Meg that he does love her (even after all the crap he's put her through, though he did admit it before in the subplot of "Road to Rupert," where he confesses to Meg that he only rags on her because the rest of the family does it).
* The montage of Peter and Cleveland's friendship in "He's Bla-ack!" (all actual clips from the show's past) to the piano version of the theme to "The Cleveland Show".
* In the [[CrossOver Crossover Episode]] with ''TheSimpsons'' Lisa saying "Shut up, Meg" in the kindest way to Meg when she makes a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech about herself. Then, they smile and hug each other.
* In "Turkey Guys" Peter tells Brian that he deserved TheReasonYouSuckSpeech from Brian earlier. Especially touching because any other time he receives such a speech he either blatantly ignores it or lashes out at the person delivering it.
** To make it better it's probably the fact that Brian is saying that leads him to accept being ranted at. Lois and Meg have had no luck whatsoever when delivering such tirades at Peter but the fact that he admits Brian was entitled to doing so shows how much their friendship means to him.
* In the most recent Christmas episode, "The 2000 Year Old Virgin" there's an adorable moment where Peter and Lois are talking in their room when Stewie runs past their ajar door, laden with gifts and wrapping paper shouting "don't look, don't look!" The fact that [[EnfantTerrible Stewie]] of all people would go to the trouble of buying his family gifts is extremely heartwarming.
* Season 11, Episode 4. Yug Ylimaf (the 200th episode). At the end of the episode, we see the Griffons leaving the hospital just after Stewie's birth. Chris is pushing Lois's wheelchair, and he and Meg share the same expression of content. Peter leans over to Lois with a concerned look and asks, [[Film/ForrestGump "Is he smart? Or is he... Like me?"]] Lois responds, "He's perfect." Peter's [[AdultFear concern]] over his son's mental health is a rare glimpse of what kind of father he really is. Double points for having the Dramatic Irony of all the viewers KNOWING that Stewie is such a genius and has matured so much during his short life, that it's very likely he'll revolutionize technology and life as we know it when he's old enough to be understood and taken seriously by anyone but Brian. Yes, Peter, he's smart.
* In "This Little Piggy", Meg becomes a foot fetish model, because she feels unappreciated. She ends up at a party where 50 guys are about to have sex with her foot. Peter and Lois show up just in time, apologize to Meg for treating her badly and take her home.
* "I Never Met The Dead Man": Peter and Lois telling Meg they are proud of her for getting her driver's license.
* There is a brief moment in "If I'm Dyin', I'm Lyin'", where during the whole "Chris is dying" ruse, Meg cries over it. Considering that they were known to squabble around that time period, AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther applies in full there.
* In #JOLO, after the [=McRib=] comes back, Meg tells Peter she loves him and he actually says he loves her back, and that none of the past matters.
* Stewie and Bertram were known to be fierce rivals, but in the latter's debut episode, while they were initially against each other, they eventually found out that they have quite a lot in common. From that point, everything from the montage of memories that they plan to share to their escape from [[ItMakesSenseInContext Peter's testicles]] just makes it wonderful to watch them bond and work together like that. Provides the page image.
* In "I Take Thee Quagmire", with the help of Peter and his friends, Quagmire tries FakingTheDead to get out of a relationship with Joan, a crazy, suicidal {{yandere}}. But when Mayor West orders all caskets to be encased in concrete for fear of zombies, Peter abandons the plan, and Joan, instead of [[AngerBornOfWorry yelling at Quagmire for doing something so stupid]] or threatening to kill herslef again, hugs Quagmire, overjoyed to see he's alive. As if that wasn't enough, when [[TheGrimReaper Death]] comes and says he still needs a body, Joan defends him, and when Joan accidentally kills herself by [[TouchOfDeath touching Death's arm]], Death decides she's good enough. Joan has [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificed]] [[TakeMeInstead herself]], even unknowingly, so Quagmire would live. Wow.
* "Road To The North Pole" is very depressing. First there's the revelation that Santa's workshop is in fact a hellish, polluted workshop. Then it turns out Santa himself is a jaded, sickly, suicidal man due to humanity's ever growing demands. Then Stewie and Brian blow the SubbingForSanta bid, beating a married couple to death. But at the end, after seeing how broken Santa is, everyone agrees to cut back on their demands, and by next year, Santa and his elves have made a great recovery.



* In "Love Blactually", after Loretta makes a plea for Cleveland to forgive her for the affair, despite the others' insistence she will never change, he takes up her invitation, upon which he gently lets her down, telling her what they had was special but is now over and he wants nothing more than for her to move on and live a happy life.
* Peter apologizing to Lois for acting like a jerk in "Finders Keepers".
** Chris throwing away the diamond pinkie ring Peter gave to everyone but Meg and quickly changing the subject to avoid hurting her feelings.
** Peter actually pulling over and being concerned when Meg jumps out of the car.
* Joe and Bonnie re-uniting at the end of ''Internal Affairs'' to Toto's "Africa." Lois and Peter warmly smiling as they make up sells the scene even further.
-->'''Joe:''' Will you ever forgive me?
-->'''Bonnie:''' It's gonna take some time, Joe.
-->'''Joe:''' Is the rest of your life okay?
* Peter and [[spoiler: his brother Chip]] making amends at the end of the episode.
* "Mr. And Mrs. Stewie" Stewie can create catastrophic events and nuclear detonation just for the hell of it, creating worldwide chaos, but when Penelope tells him to kill Brian, he just can't do it.
* Peter mending his relationship with Lois while in Italy in "Bobba-Dee Babba_Dee".
* Although many view it as a DownerEnding, the now non-canon "Life of Brian" had plenty of these. Highlights include: Brian's dying words (that he loves his family, despite the times he's screwed them over, belittled them, or otherwise didn't care) and Vinnie trying to comfort Stewie, who still misses Brian.
* Christmas Guy: [[spoiler:Vinnie willingly helps Stewie go back in time to rescue Brian. The fact that they didn't have a lot of time together and only knew of Brian from the supporting cast just shows that, love him or hate him, Vinnie seems to be a genuinely good character]].
** [[spoiler: Stewie saving Brian from ever being killed. After three of the darkest weeks of the show, fans were just crying with happiness. And Stewie from the future fading away, leaving Brian's death nothing but a WhatCouldHaveBeen in Brian's memory.]]
--->'''Stewie''': [[FamousLastWords Merry Christmas, Brian!]]
** [[spoiler:And Brian's gratitude towards Stewie for saving his life by calling him his best friend]]
* At the end of 'Grimm Job', Peter tenderly putting Stewie to bed, then saying good night to him, Chris and Meg. Even if he missed that Herbert is lying in wait in Chris' room, and Meg has hung herself.
* The citizens of Bumblescum helping out the Griffins in "To Love and Die in Dixie" is rather sweet, in contrast to the unflattering way Southerners are usually portrayed on this show.
* Meg and Peter actually getting along in "Meg Stinks!" and Peter telling Meg that he does love her (even after all the crap he's put her through, though he did admit it before in the subplot of "Road to Rupert," where he confesses to Meg that he only rags on her because the rest of the family does it).
* The montage of Peter and Cleveland's friendship in "He's Bla-ack!" (all actual clips from the show's past) to the piano version of the theme to "The Cleveland Show".
* In the [[CrossOver Crossover Episode]] with ''TheSimpsons'' Lisa saying "Shut up, Meg" in the kindest way to Meg when she makes a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech about herself. Then, they smile and hug each other.
* In "Turkey Guys" Peter tells Brian that he deserved TheReasonYouSuckSpeech from Brian earlier. Especially touching because any other time he receives such a speech he either blatantly ignores it or lashes out at the person delivering it.
** To make it better it's probably the fact that Brian is saying that leads him to accept being ranted at. Lois and Meg have had no luck whatsoever when delivering such tirades at Peter but the fact that he admits Brian was entitled to doing so shows how much their friendship means to him.
* In the most recent Christmas episode, "The 2000 Year Old Virgin" there's an adorable moment where Peter and Lois are talking in their room when Stewie runs past their ajar door, laden with gifts and wrapping paper shouting "don't look, don't look!" The fact that [[EnfantTerrible Stewie]] of all people would go to the trouble of buying his family gifts is extremely heartwarming.
* Season 11, Episode 4. Yug Ylimaf (the 200th episode). At the end of the episode, we see the Griffons leaving the hospital just after Stewie's birth. Chris is pushing Lois's wheelchair, and he and Meg share the same expression of content. Peter leans over to Lois with a concerned look and asks, [[Film/ForrestGump "Is he smart? Or is he... Like me?"]] Lois responds, "He's perfect." Peter's [[AdultFear concern]] over his son's mental health is a rare glimpse of what kind of father he really is. Double points for having the Dramatic Irony of all the viewers KNOWING that Stewie is such a genius and has matured so much during his short life, that it's very likely he'll revolutionize technology and life as we know it when he's old enough to be understood and taken seriously by anyone but Brian. Yes, Peter, he's smart.
* In "This Little Piggy", Meg becomes a foot fetish model, because she feels unappreciated. She ends up at a party where 50 guys are about to have sex with her foot. Peter and Lois show up just in time, apologize to Meg for treating her badly and take her home.
* "I Never Met The Dead Man": Peter and Lois telling Meg they are proud of her for getting her driver's license.
* There is a brief moment in "If I'm Dyin', I'm Lyin'", where during the whole "Chris is dying" ruse, Meg cries over it. Considering that they were known to squabble around that time period, AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther applies in full there.
* In #JOLO, after the [=McRib=] comes back, Meg tells Peter she loves him and he actually says he loves her back, and that none of the past matters.
* Stewie and Bertram were known to be fierce rivals, but in the latter's debut episode, while they were initially against each other, they eventually found out that they have quite a lot in common. From that point, everything from the montage of memories that they plan to share to their escape from [[ItMakesSenseInContext Peter's testicles]] just makes it wonderful to watch them bond and work together like that. Provides the page image.
* In "I Take Thee Quagmire", with the help of Peter and his friends, Quagmire tries FakingTheDead to get out of a relationship with Joan, a crazy, suicidal {{yandere}}. But when Mayor West orders all caskets to be encased in concrete for fear of zombies, Peter abandons the plan, and Joan, instead of [[AngerBornOfWorry yelling at Quagmire for doing something so stupid]] or threatening to kill herslef again, hugs Quagmire, overjoyed to see he's alive. As if that wasn't enough, when [[TheGrimReaper Death]] comes and says he still needs a body, Joan defends him, and when Joan accidentally kills herself by [[TouchOfDeath touching Death's arm]], Death decides she's good enough. Joan has [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificed]] [[TakeMeInstead herself]], even unknowingly, so Quagmire would live. Wow.
* "Road To The North Pole" is very depressing. First there's the revelation that Santa's workshop is in fact a hellish, polluted workshop. Then it turns out Santa himself is a jaded, sickly, suicidal man due to humanity's ever growing demands. Then Stewie and Brian blow the SubbingForSanta bid, beating a married couple to death. But at the end, after seeing how broken Santa is, everyone agrees to cut back on their demands, and by next year, Santa and his elves have made a great recovery.

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* In "Love Blactually", after Loretta makes a plea for Cleveland to forgive her for the affair, despite the others' insistence she will never change, he takes up her invitation, upon which he gently lets her down, telling her what they had was special but is now over and he wants nothing more than for her to move on and live a happy life.
* Peter apologizing to Lois for acting like a jerk in "Finders Keepers".
** Chris throwing away the diamond pinkie ring Peter gave to everyone but Meg and quickly changing the subject to avoid hurting her feelings.
** Peter actually pulling over and being concerned when Meg jumps out of the car.
* Joe and Bonnie re-uniting at the end of ''Internal Affairs'' to Toto's "Africa." Lois and Peter warmly smiling as they make up sells the scene even further.
-->'''Joe:''' Will you ever forgive me?
-->'''Bonnie:''' It's gonna take some time, Joe.
-->'''Joe:''' Is the rest of your life okay?
* Peter and [[spoiler: his brother Chip]] making amends at the end of the episode.
* "Mr. And Mrs. Stewie" Stewie can create catastrophic events and nuclear detonation just for the hell of it, creating worldwide chaos, but when Penelope tells him to kill Brian, he just can't do it.
* Peter mending his relationship with Lois while in Italy in "Bobba-Dee Babba_Dee".
* Although many view it as a DownerEnding, the now non-canon "Life of Brian" had plenty of these. Highlights include: Brian's dying words (that he loves his family, despite the times he's screwed them over, belittled them, or otherwise didn't care) and Vinnie trying to comfort Stewie, who still misses Brian.
* Christmas Guy: [[spoiler:Vinnie willingly helps Stewie go back in time to rescue Brian. The fact that they didn't have a lot of time together and only knew of Brian from the supporting cast just shows that, love him or hate him, Vinnie seems to be a genuinely good character]].
** [[spoiler: Stewie saving Brian from ever being killed. After three of the darkest weeks of the show, fans were just crying with happiness. And Stewie from the future fading away, leaving Brian's death nothing but a WhatCouldHaveBeen in Brian's memory.]]
--->'''Stewie''': [[FamousLastWords Merry Christmas, Brian!]]
** [[spoiler:And Brian's gratitude towards Stewie for saving his life by calling him his best friend]]
* At the end of 'Grimm Job', Peter tenderly putting Stewie to bed, then saying good night to him, Chris and Meg. Even if he missed that Herbert is lying in wait in Chris' room, and Meg has hung herself.
* The citizens of Bumblescum helping out the Griffins in "To Love and Die in Dixie" is rather sweet, in contrast to the unflattering way Southerners are usually portrayed on this show.
* Meg and Peter actually getting along in "Meg Stinks!" and Peter telling Meg that he does love her (even after all the crap he's put her through, though he did admit it before in the subplot of "Road to Rupert," where he confesses to Meg that he only rags on her because the rest of the family does it).
* The montage of Peter and Cleveland's friendship in "He's Bla-ack!" (all actual clips from the show's past) to the piano version of the theme to
"The Cleveland Show".
* In the [[CrossOver Crossover Episode]] with ''TheSimpsons'' Lisa saying "Shut up, Meg" in the kindest way to Meg when she makes a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech about herself. Then, they smile and hug each other.
* In "Turkey Guys" Peter tells
Peanut Butter Kid": Brian that he deserved TheReasonYouSuckSpeech from Brian earlier. Especially touching because any other time he receives such a speech he either blatantly ignores it or lashes out at the person delivering it.
** To make it better it's probably the fact that Brian is saying that leads him to accept being ranted at. Lois and Meg have had no luck whatsoever
actually showing concern over Stewie's well-being when delivering such tirades at Peter but the fact that he admits Brian was entitled to doing so shows how much their friendship means to him.
* In the most recent Christmas episode, "The 2000 Year Old Virgin" there's an adorable moment where
Peter and Lois are talking in their room when Stewie runs past their ajar door, laden with gifts and wrapping paper shouting "don't look, don't look!" The fact that [[EnfantTerrible Stewie]] of all people would go to the trouble of buying his family gifts is extremely heartwarming.
* Season 11, Episode 4. Yug Ylimaf (the 200th episode). At the end of the episode, we see the Griffons leaving the hospital just after Stewie's birth. Chris is pushing Lois's wheelchair, and he and Meg share the same expression of content. Peter leans over to Lois with a concerned look and asks, [[Film/ForrestGump "Is he smart? Or is he... Like me?"]] Lois responds, "He's perfect." Peter's [[AdultFear concern]] over his son's mental health is a rare glimpse of what kind of father he really is. Double points for having the Dramatic Irony of all the viewers KNOWING that Stewie is such a genius and has matured so much during his short life, that it's very likely he'll revolutionize technology and life as we know it when he's old enough
force him to be understood a child actor and taken seriously by anyone but Brian. Yes, Peter, he's smart.
* In "This Little Piggy", Meg becomes a foot fetish model, because she feels unappreciated. She ends
teaming up at a party where 50 guys are about to have sex with her foot. Peter and Lois show up just in time, apologize to Meg for treating her badly and take her home.
* "I Never Met The Dead Man": Peter and Lois telling Meg they are proud of her for getting her driver's license.
* There is a brief moment in "If I'm Dyin', I'm Lyin'", where during the whole "Chris is dying" ruse, Meg cries over it. Considering that they were known to squabble around that time period, AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther applies in full there.
* In #JOLO, after the [=McRib=] comes back, Meg tells Peter she loves
him and he actually says he loves her back, and that none of the past matters.
* Stewie and Bertram were known to be fierce rivals, but in the latter's debut episode, while they were initially against each other, they eventually found out that they have quite a lot in common. From that point, everything from the montage of memories that they plan to share to their escape from [[ItMakesSenseInContext Peter's testicles]] just makes it wonderful to watch them bond and work together like that. Provides the page image.
* In "I Take Thee Quagmire", with the help of Peter and his friends, Quagmire tries FakingTheDead
to get out of a relationship with Joan, a crazy, suicidal {{yandere}}. But when Mayor West orders all caskets to be encased in concrete for fear of zombies, Peter abandons the plan, and Joan, instead of [[AngerBornOfWorry yelling at Quagmire for doing something so stupid]] or threatening to kill herslef again, hugs Quagmire, overjoyed to see he's alive. As if that wasn't enough, when [[TheGrimReaper Death]] comes and says he still needs a body, Joan defends him, and when Joan accidentally kills herself by [[TouchOfDeath touching Death's arm]], Death decides she's good enough. Joan has [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificed]] [[TakeMeInstead herself]], even unknowingly, so Quagmire would live. Wow.
* "Road To The North Pole" is very depressing. First there's the revelation that Santa's workshop is in fact a hellish, polluted workshop. Then it turns out Santa himself is a jaded, sickly, suicidal man due to humanity's ever growing demands. Then Stewie and Brian blow the SubbingForSanta bid, beating a married couple to death. But at the end, after seeing how broken Santa is, everyone agrees to cut back on their demands, and by next year, Santa and his elves have made a great recovery.
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7th Dec '15 10:18:44 AM Aquila89
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* The end Valentine's Day. [[ThrowTheDogABone Even]] [[ButtMonkey Meg]], who was able to hit it off with the organ harvester, and he even gave her back her stolen kidney.

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* The end Valentine's Day. [[ThrowTheDogABone Even]] Even for]] [[ButtMonkey Meg]], who was able to hit it off with the organ harvester, and he even gave her back her stolen kidney.
2nd Dec '15 5:39:31 PM redandready45
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* "Road To The North Pole" is very depressing. First there's the revelation that Santa's workshop is in fact a hellish, polluted workshop. Then it turns out Santa himself is a jaded, sickly, suicidal man due to humanity's ever growing demands. Then Stewie and Brian blow the SubbingForSanta bid, beating a married couple to death. But at the end, after seeing how broken Santa is, everyone agrees to cut back on their demands, and by next year, Santa and his elves have made a great recovery.
20th Nov '15 11:53:44 AM creader
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* The end of "The Father, The Son, And The Holy Fonz": Even though Peter's hope of starting a religion based on [[HappyDays Fonzi]] came crashing down, Brian, Peter, and Francis manage to find to find some common ground (their hatred of pop singer {{Music/Madonna}}) Disappointed that his religion failed, Lois tries to comfort Peter by giving him hope that there was a shred of hope that the messages of the Fonz, through his religion, managed to touch someone in a meaningful way. Cut to Francis, where he kneels in prayer in front a picture of Fonz, closes his eyes, and claps his hands in the first few notes of the ''HappyDays'' theme song.

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* The end of "The Father, The Son, And The Holy Fonz": Even though Peter's hope of starting a religion based on [[HappyDays Fonzi]] came crashing down, Brian, Peter, and Francis manage to find to find some common ground (their hatred of pop singer {{Music/Madonna}}) {{Music/Madonna}}). Disappointed that his religion failed, Lois tries to comfort Peter by giving him hope that there was a shred of hope that the messages of the Fonz, through his religion, managed to touch someone in a meaningful way. Cut to Francis, where he kneels in prayer in front a picture of Fonz, closes his eyes, and claps his hands in the first few notes of the ''HappyDays'' theme song.
15th Oct '15 8:56:25 PM Raikoh
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** And Meg spends most of the episode ripping into her family for all of their problems and severe Jerkass tendencies they've developed over the series combined with their heaps of abuse on her - only to realize that without someone like her to serve as the ButtMonkey the family would've torn itself apart far sooner. Despite utterly loathing her situation, she willingly accepts falling back into it again just so everyone remains stable.
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