History Recap / FamilyGuyS10E21TeaPeter

31st Jan '16 10:58:11 PM KOman
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* JerkassHasAPoint: Peter snaps at Quagmire for starting a conservation by asking if he's ever unwittingly masturbated to pictures of his mother. This was to show that Peter was in bad mood over his store getting shut down, but really... ''who'' starts a conversation with that?
28th Apr '14 8:13:11 AM RhoEpsilon
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Peter finds a “come in, we're open” sign on the front door of the newly reopened Goldman's Pharmacy. After buying one, people believe that Peter is running an actual business. Peter decides to go into business himself, and sells a lot of things around the house. Joe comes over, and is forced to shut Peter down for having an unlicensed business. Peter tries to fight city hall, yet loses.

Later, Peter and Quagmire watch a news report on the Tea Party movement. They decide to join, much to the dismay of Brian, who argues that the Tea Party is really a tool of big business. Joe tags along with Peter and Quagmire to a rally where Peter's father-in-law, Carter, is posing as an everyday worker named "Joe Workingman". Following the rally, Peter finds Carter in the restroom. Carter convinces Peter that he and "Joe Workingman" are one in the same, and enlists Peter to help get rid of the government. Despite the family's resistance, Peter makes the call for Carter on behalf of the Tea Party to get rid of the government. Mayor West shuts down Quahog`s government.

The citizens of Quahog celebrate their new freedom from government, getting away with many things, such as marriage to a giraffe (Quagmire) and drug usage. However, Brian makes the Griffins aware of Carter's usage of the Tea Party principles; he is committing massive pollution. Things get worse, up to the point where the citizens start beating each other up. Peter tries (and fails) to help Carter restore the government. Peter calls the town together, and essentially rebuilds the government of Quahog, resulting in a status quo.

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When Peter finds uses a “come in, we're open” "Come In, We're Open" sign on the front door of the newly reopened Goldman's Pharmacy. After buying one, people believe that Peter is running an actual business. Peter decides to go turn his house into business himself, and sells a lot of things around the house. store, Joe comes over, and is forced in to shut Peter down for having an unlicensed business. Peter tries to fight city hall, yet loses.

Later, Peter and Quagmire watch a news report on the Tea Party movement. They decide to join, much to the dismay of Brian, who argues that the Tea Party is really a tool of big business. Joe tags along with Peter and Quagmire to a rally where Peter's father-in-law, Carter, is posing as an everyday worker named "Joe Workingman". Following the rally, Peter finds Carter in the restroom. Carter convinces Peter that he and "Joe Workingman" are one in the same, and enlists Peter to help get rid of the government. Despite the family's resistance, Peter makes the call for Carter on behalf of the Tea Party to get rid of the government. Mayor West shuts down Quahog`s government.

The citizens of Quahog celebrate their new freedom from government, getting away with many things, such as marriage to a giraffe (Quagmire) and drug usage. However, Brian makes the Griffins aware of Carter's usage of the Tea Party principles; he is committing massive pollution. Things get worse, up to the point where the citizens start beating each other up. Peter tries (and fails) to help Carter restore the government. Peter calls the town together, and essentially rebuilds
it down. Angry over the government of Quahog, resulting nosing in a status quo.on people's business, Peter joins the Tea Party, which, as Brian says and is later revealed to be, is set up so rich people like Lois's father, Carter, can shut down the government and do whatever they want ([[ForegoneConclusion which is what happens]]).
21st Oct '13 4:16:12 PM HellKillUsAll
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* BestialityIsDepraved: With no government, Quagmire can have sex with a giraffe at the zoo. The result is a bay giraffe with Quagmire's face that says "Giraffity".



* TakeThat: This episode really takes its anger out on the Tea Party movement.

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* TakeThat: This episode really ''really'' takes its anger out on the Tea Party movement.
19th Jan '13 6:49:16 PM Disney23
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* PaperThinDisguise: Carter as "Joe Everyman".
10th Jan '13 5:57:13 PM Disney23
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* TakeThat: This episode really takes its anger out on The Tea Party movement.

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* TakeThat: This episode really takes its anger out on The the Tea Party movement.movement.
* TeacherStudentRomance: Meg says that with no more government, she can finally hold hands with a teacher she has a crush on.
5th Jan '13 11:38:35 AM romanatorX
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'''Airdate''': May 13th, 2012/

Peter finds a “come in, we're open” sign on the front door of the newly reopened Goldman's Pharmacy. After buying one, people believe that Peter is running an actual business. Peter decides to go into business himself, and sells a lot of things around the house. Joe comes over, and is forced to shut Peter down for having an unlicensed business. Peter tries to fight city hall, yet loses.

Later, Peter and Quagmire watch a news report on the Tea Party movement. They decide to join, much to the dismay of Brian, who argues that the Tea Party is really a tool of big business. Joe tags along with Peter and Quagmire to a rally where Peter's father-in-law, Carter, is posing as an everyday worker named "Joe Workingman". Following the rally, Peter finds Carter in the restroom. Carter convinces Peter that he and "Joe Workingman" are one in the same, and enlists Peter to help get rid of the government. Despite the family's resistance, Peter makes the call for Carter on behalf of the Tea Party to get rid of the government. Mayor West shuts down Quahog`s government.

The citizens of Quahog celebrate their new freedom from government, getting away with many things, such as marriage to a giraffe (Quagmire) and drug usage. However, Brian makes the Griffins aware of Carter's usage of the Tea Party principles; he is committing massive pollution. Things get worse, up to the point where the citizens start beating each other up. Peter tries (and fails) to help Carter restore the government. Peter calls the town together, and essentially rebuilds the government of Quahog, resulting in a status quo.
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* TakeThat: This episode really takes its anger out on The Tea Party movement.
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