History Recap / FamilyGuyS10E11TheBlindSide

27th Mar '16 2:50:29 PM PrincessGwen
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Brian dates a woman whose blind and hates dogs. Meanwhile, Peter tries to adjust to walking down the stairs (which have been replaced after Stewie got a splinter).

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Brian dates a woman whose who's blind and hates dogs. Meanwhile, Peter tries to adjust to walking down the stairs (which have been replaced after Stewie got a splinter).



* ParentalNeglect: A large wooden beam was shown to have fallen right onto Meg. Unfortunately for the poor girl, nobody rushed to help her, and even two days later Louis told Brian to basically ignore her and focus on Stewie who just got a splinter.

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* ParentalNeglect: A large wooden beam was shown to have fallen right onto Meg. Unfortunately for the poor girl, nobody rushed to help her, and even two days later Louis later, Lois told Brian to basically ignore her and focus on Stewie who just got a splinter.
28th Mar '15 6:27:15 PM nombretomado
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* {{Jerkass}}: Brian tricks Kate into dating him despite her hatred of dogs, and when she breaks up with him, he takes Stewie's advice to change his voice to date Kate again. On the one hand, that's manipulative, malicious, foul, and yet another indication of Brian's asshole personality in the later episodes of ''FamilyGuy''. On the other hand, you can't really blame him for stooping that low, giving that Brian has had unpleasant experiences with people with anti-dog views in the past, as seen on "Brian: Portrait of a Dog," "Dog Gone," and a cutaway in which Brian left Brown University because someone wrote "Go Home, Dog!" on his dorm wall.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Brian tricks Kate into dating him despite her hatred of dogs, and when she breaks up with him, he takes Stewie's advice to change his voice to date Kate again. On the one hand, that's manipulative, malicious, foul, and yet another indication of Brian's asshole personality in the later episodes of ''FamilyGuy''.''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. On the other hand, you can't really blame him for stooping that low, giving that Brian has had unpleasant experiences with people with anti-dog views in the past, as seen on "Brian: Portrait of a Dog," "Dog Gone," and a cutaway in which Brian left Brown University because someone wrote "Go Home, Dog!" on his dorm wall.
29th Apr '14 12:11:15 PM RhoEpsilon
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* {{Jerkass}}: Brian tricks Kate into dating him despite her hatred of dogs, and when she breaks up with him, he takes Stewie's advice to change his voice to date Kate again. On the one hand, that's manipulative, malicious, foul, and yet another indication of Brian's asshole personality in the later episodes of ''FamilyGuy''. On the other hand, you can't really blame him for stooping that low, giving that Brian has had unpleasant experiences with people with anti-dog views in the past, as seen on "Brian: Portrait of a Dog" and "Dog Gone".

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* {{Jerkass}}: Brian tricks Kate into dating him despite her hatred of dogs, and when she breaks up with him, he takes Stewie's advice to change his voice to date Kate again. On the one hand, that's manipulative, malicious, foul, and yet another indication of Brian's asshole personality in the later episodes of ''FamilyGuy''. On the other hand, you can't really blame him for stooping that low, giving that Brian has had unpleasant experiences with people with anti-dog views in the past, as seen on "Brian: Portrait of a Dog" and Dog," "Dog Gone".Gone," and a cutaway in which Brian left Brown University because someone wrote "Go Home, Dog!" on his dorm wall.
14th Apr '14 2:43:35 PM GodzillaMaster
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* ParentalNeglect: A large wooden beam was shown to have fallen right onto Meg. Unfortunately for the poor girl, nobody rushed to help her, and even two days later Louis told Brian to basically ignore her and focus on Stewie who just got a splinter.
13th Apr '14 2:25:57 PM RhoEpsilon
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* ClusterFBomb: Whenever Peter falls down the stairs (which is bleeped out on TV and Netflix streaming, but not on DVD).
* {{Jerkass}}: Brian tricks Kate into dating him despite her hatred of dogs, and when she breaks up with him, he takes Stewie's advice to change his voice to date Kate again. On the one hand, that's manipulative, malicious, foul, and yet another indication of Brian's asshole personality in the later episodes of ''FamilyGuy''. On the other hand, you can't really blame him for lying, giving that Brian has had unpleasant experiences with people with anti-dog views in the past, as seen on "Brian: Portrait of a Dog" and "Dog Gone".

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* ClusterFBomb: Whenever Peter falls down the stairs (which is bleeped out on TV and Netflix streaming, but not on DVD).
DVD and Netflix).
* {{Jerkass}}: Brian tricks Kate into dating him despite her hatred of dogs, and when she breaks up with him, he takes Stewie's advice to change his voice to date Kate again. On the one hand, that's manipulative, malicious, foul, and yet another indication of Brian's asshole personality in the later episodes of ''FamilyGuy''. On the other hand, you can't really blame him for lying, stooping that low, giving that Brian has had unpleasant experiences with people with anti-dog views in the past, as seen on "Brian: Portrait of a Dog" and "Dog Gone".
13th Apr '14 2:25:57 PM RhoEpsilon
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10th Apr '14 6:39:23 PM RhoEpsilon
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* {{Bowdlerization}}: Not only does the TV version bleep out all the times Peter curses whenever he falls down the stairs, but a cutaway mocking the Jaycee Dugard kidnapping and rape case (Peter telling Lois that people live in weird places, like his cousin, Jaycee Dugard Griffin, followed by a shot of a Peter-looking girl in a shack with a baby in a cage telling a mean old man "My belly hurts again!") was cut for being TooSoon and DudeNotFunny in one fell swoop. The DVD has the swearing and the cutaway uncut (along with some scenes cut for time, like Brian tricking his blind girlfriend into believing a garage with a boombox in it is a concert hall).

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* {{Bowdlerization}}: Not only does the TV version bleep out all the times Peter curses whenever he falls down the stairs, but a cutaway mocking the Jaycee Dugard kidnapping and rape case (Peter telling Lois that people live in weird places, like his cousin, Jaycee Dugard Griffin, followed by a shot of a Peter-looking girl in a shack with a baby in a cage telling a mean old man "My belly hurts again!") was cut for being TooSoon and DudeNotFunny in one fell swoop. The DVD has and the Netflix streaming versions have the swearing and the offending cutaway uncut (along with some scenes cut for time, like Brian tricking his blind girlfriend into believing a garage with a boombox in it is a concert hall).
10th Apr '14 6:39:23 PM RhoEpsilon
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10th Apr '14 6:37:56 PM RhoEpsilon
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When Stewie picks up a splinter from the old staircase, Lois decides to replace it. However, Peter can't keep his footing on the slick wood and constantly falls down the stairs. When Peter finally gets tired of falling down the stairs, he moves into the bedroom permanently until Lois has the original stairs returned.

Meanwhile, Opie is fired from the Pawtucket Brewery and Peter's new co-worker named Stella is deaf. After Quagmire meets her, he is inspired to have a disabled ladies night at The Drunken Clam. Brian isn't impressed by the pickings but decides to try his luck with a normal-looking girl at the bar. Brian cuts to the chase and asks her out and she agrees, telling him her name is Kate whom he later finds out is blind. After a pleasant date at the movies, she shrugs off his suggestion to join her in bed but starts to kiss him goodnight when one of the neighbor's dogs start barking and she confesses how much she hates dogs. Brian manages to excuse himself without kissing her goodnight.

The next morning, Stewie pumps Brian for information about his date, eventually getting him to mention that Kate is blind. Stewie suggests she may be using him to get a seeing-eye dog but Brian brushes it off, admitting further that she hates dogs. Stewie wonders how he intends to get away with his ruse and Brian tells of trying to show her his good side before revealing the truth. Brian continues to impress her by faking events during their dates although resists being intimate with her, telling her it is out of respect. She invites him to a dinner with her folks but Brian finds out their vision is fine. When Brian tells Stewie about his predicament, Stewie convinces him to let him help. Stewie wraps Brian in bandages for his dinner date and Stewie dresses as a nurse, telling a tale of how Brian was burned rescuing children. When events reveal Brian's true nature, Kate leaves him for lying to her and exits through an alarmed fire door to the sound of blaring horns causing an auto accident. As Stewie is already dressed as a nurse, he heads out to help.

The next day, Brian is depressed over losing Kate until Stewie convinces him that since she is blind, he could use a different voice to fool her and he proceeds to do just that.

to:

When Stewie picks up a splinter from the old staircase, Lois decides to replace it. However, Peter can't keep his footing on the slick wood and constantly falls down the stairs. When Peter finally gets tired of falling down the stairs, he moves into the bedroom permanently until Lois has the original stairs returned.

Meanwhile, Opie is fired from the Pawtucket Brewery and Peter's new co-worker named Stella is deaf. After Quagmire meets her, he is inspired to have a disabled ladies night at The Drunken Clam.
Brian isn't impressed by the pickings but decides to try his luck with dates a normal-looking girl at the bar. Brian cuts to the chase woman whose blind and asks her out and she agrees, telling him her name is Kate whom he later finds out is blind. After a pleasant date at the movies, she shrugs off his suggestion to join her in bed but starts to kiss him goodnight when one of the neighbor's dogs start barking and she confesses how much she hates dogs. Brian manages Meanwhile, Peter tries to excuse himself without kissing her goodnight.

The next morning,
adjust to walking down the stairs (which have been replaced after Stewie pumps Brian for information about his date, eventually getting him to mention that Kate is blind. Stewie suggests she may be using him to get got a seeing-eye dog but Brian brushes it off, admitting further that she hates dogs. Stewie wonders how he intends to get away with his ruse and Brian tells of trying to show her his good side before revealing the truth. Brian continues to impress her by faking events during their dates although resists being intimate with her, telling her it is out of respect. She invites him to a dinner with her folks but Brian finds out their vision is fine. When Brian tells Stewie about his predicament, Stewie convinces him to let him help. Stewie wraps Brian in bandages for his dinner date and Stewie dresses as a nurse, telling a tale of how Brian was burned rescuing children. When events reveal Brian's true nature, Kate leaves him for lying to her and exits through an alarmed fire door to the sound of blaring horns causing an auto accident. As Stewie is already dressed as a nurse, he heads out to help.

The next day, Brian is depressed over losing Kate until Stewie convinces him that since she is blind, he could use a different voice to fool her and he proceeds to do just that.
splinter).



* {{Bowdlerization}}: Not only does the TV version bleep out all the times Peter curses whenever he falls down the stairs, but a cutaway mocking the Jaycee Dugard kidnapping and rape case (Peter telling Lois that people live in weird places, like his cousin, Jaycee Dugard Griffin, followed by a shot of a Peter-looking girl with a baby in a cage telling a mean old man "My belly hurts again!") was cut for being TooSoon and DudeNotFunny in one fell swoop. The DVD has this uncut (along with some scenes cut for time, like Brian tricking his blind girlfriend into believing a garage with a boombox in it is an opera house).

to:

* {{Bowdlerization}}: Not only does the TV version bleep out all the times Peter curses whenever he falls down the stairs, but a cutaway mocking the Jaycee Dugard kidnapping and rape case (Peter telling Lois that people live in weird places, like his cousin, Jaycee Dugard Griffin, followed by a shot of a Peter-looking girl in a shack with a baby in a cage telling a mean old man "My belly hurts again!") was cut for being TooSoon and DudeNotFunny in one fell swoop. The DVD has this the swearing and the cutaway uncut (along with some scenes cut for time, like Brian tricking his blind girlfriend into believing a garage with a boombox in it is an opera house).a concert hall).
10th Apr '14 6:37:56 PM RhoEpsilon
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When Stewie picks up a splinter from the old staircase, Lois decides to replace it. However, Peter can't keep his footing on the slick wood and constantly falls down the stairs. When Peter finally gets tired of falling down the stairs, he moves into the bedroom permanently until Lois has the original stairs returned.

Meanwhile, Opie is fired from the Pawtucket Brewery and Peter's new co-worker named Stella is deaf. After Quagmire meets her, he is inspired to have a disabled ladies night at The Drunken Clam. Brian isn't impressed by the pickings but decides to try his luck with a normal-looking girl at the bar. Brian cuts to the chase and asks her out and she agrees, telling him her name is Kate whom he later finds out is blind. After a pleasant date at the movies, she shrugs off his suggestion to join her in bed but starts to kiss him goodnight when one of the neighbor's dogs start barking and she confesses how much she hates dogs. Brian manages to excuse himself without kissing her goodnight.

The next morning, Stewie pumps Brian for information about his date, eventually getting him to mention that Kate is blind. Stewie suggests she may be using him to get a seeing-eye dog but Brian brushes it off, admitting further that she hates dogs. Stewie wonders how he intends to get away with his ruse and Brian tells of trying to show her his good side before revealing the truth. Brian continues to impress her by faking events during their dates although resists being intimate with her, telling her it is out of respect. She invites him to a dinner with her folks but Brian finds out their vision is fine. When Brian tells Stewie about his predicament, Stewie convinces him to let him help. Stewie wraps Brian in bandages for his dinner date and Stewie dresses as a nurse, telling a tale of how Brian was burned rescuing children. When events reveal Brian's true nature, Kate leaves him for lying to her and exits through an alarmed fire door to the sound of blaring horns causing an auto accident. As Stewie is already dressed as a nurse, he heads out to help.

The next day, Brian is depressed over losing Kate until Stewie convinces him that since she is blind, he could use a different voice to fool her and he proceeds to do just that.

to:

When Stewie picks up a splinter from the old staircase, Lois decides to replace it. However, Peter can't keep his footing on the slick wood and constantly falls down the stairs. When Peter finally gets tired of falling down the stairs, he moves into the bedroom permanently until Lois has the original stairs returned.

Meanwhile, Opie is fired from the Pawtucket Brewery and Peter's new co-worker named Stella is deaf. After Quagmire meets her, he is inspired to have a disabled ladies night at The Drunken Clam.
Brian isn't impressed by the pickings but decides to try his luck with dates a normal-looking girl at the bar. Brian cuts to the chase woman whose blind and asks her out and she agrees, telling him her name is Kate whom he later finds out is blind. After a pleasant date at the movies, she shrugs off his suggestion to join her in bed but starts to kiss him goodnight when one of the neighbor's dogs start barking and she confesses how much she hates dogs. Brian manages Meanwhile, Peter tries to excuse himself without kissing her goodnight.

The next morning,
adjust to walking down the stairs (which have been replaced after Stewie pumps Brian for information about his date, eventually getting him to mention that Kate is blind. Stewie suggests she may be using him to get got a seeing-eye dog but Brian brushes it off, admitting further that she hates dogs. Stewie wonders how he intends to get away with his ruse and Brian tells of trying to show her his good side before revealing the truth. Brian continues to impress her by faking events during their dates although resists being intimate with her, telling her it is out of respect. She invites him to a dinner with her folks but Brian finds out their vision is fine. When Brian tells Stewie about his predicament, Stewie convinces him to let him help. Stewie wraps Brian in bandages for his dinner date and Stewie dresses as a nurse, telling a tale of how Brian was burned rescuing children. When events reveal Brian's true nature, Kate leaves him for lying to her and exits through an alarmed fire door to the sound of blaring horns causing an auto accident. As Stewie is already dressed as a nurse, he heads out to help.

The next day, Brian is depressed over losing Kate until Stewie convinces him that since she is blind, he could use a different voice to fool her and he proceeds to do just that.
splinter).



* {{Bowdlerization}}: Not only does the TV version bleep out all the times Peter curses whenever he falls down the stairs, but a cutaway mocking the Jaycee Dugard kidnapping and rape case (Peter telling Lois that people live in weird places, like his cousin, Jaycee Dugard Griffin, followed by a shot of a Peter-looking girl with a baby in a cage telling a mean old man "My belly hurts again!") was cut for being TooSoon and DudeNotFunny in one fell swoop. The DVD has this uncut (along with some scenes cut for time, like Brian tricking his blind girlfriend into believing a garage with a boombox in it is an opera house).

to:

* {{Bowdlerization}}: Not only does the TV version bleep out all the times Peter curses whenever he falls down the stairs, but a cutaway mocking the Jaycee Dugard kidnapping and rape case (Peter telling Lois that people live in weird places, like his cousin, Jaycee Dugard Griffin, followed by a shot of a Peter-looking girl in a shack with a baby in a cage telling a mean old man "My belly hurts again!") was cut for being TooSoon and DudeNotFunny in one fell swoop. The DVD has this the swearing and the cutaway uncut (along with some scenes cut for time, like Brian tricking his blind girlfriend into believing a garage with a boombox in it is an opera house).a concert hall).
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