History Recap / FamilyGuyS2E5LoveThyTrophy

19th Jun '16 8:11:03 PM tyrekecorrea
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* OffModel: Just before the social worker removes Stewie from the Griffin home, Stewie's head is darker than usual in color for several seconds.

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* OffModel: Just before the social worker removes Stewie from the Griffin home, Stewie's head is darker in color than usual in color for several seconds.
19th Jun '16 8:09:48 PM tyrekecorrea
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* MustacheVandalism: When Peter breaks into Joe's house to look for the stolen trophy, he takes a moment to draw a mustache on a picture of Joe and Bonnie. Moments later, while in Cleveland's house, he draws mustaches on Loretta and Cleveland's son, but pauses when he gets to Cleveland because he already has a mustache. [[SubvertedTrope He decides to erase Cleveland's mustache instead.]]

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* MustacheVandalism: When Peter breaks into Joe's house to look for the stolen trophy, he takes a moment to draw a mustache on a picture of Joe and Bonnie. Moments later, while in Cleveland's house, he draws mustaches on Loretta and Cleveland's son, Cleveland Jr., but pauses when he gets to Cleveland because he already has a mustache. [[SubvertedTrope He decides to erase Cleveland's mustache instead.]]


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* OffModel: Just before the social worker removes Stewie from the Griffin home, Stewie's head is darker than usual in color for several seconds.
13th Mar '16 10:27:16 PM spectertv
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-->'''Peter''' (shouting off-screen): Quagmire, you rat bastard! Come near my fence again, and that'll

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-->'''Peter''' (shouting off-screen): Quagmire, you rat bastard! Come near my fence again, and that'll be your head!
9th Mar '16 12:20:42 PM Slamexo
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* CharacterDevelopment[=/=]EstablishingCharacterMoment: According to a "making of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''" special on DVD, SethMacFarlane cites this episode as the one that solidified Quagmire's "heartless sex maniac" persona (more specifically, the scene where he sleeps with the social worker and, after she asked him what he does for a living, he asks her, "Why are you still here?"). Later episodes (such as "Fore Father," "Jerome is the New Black," and "Quagmire's Mom") expand on why Quagmire is a heartless sex maniac (in "Fore Father," it was because his large-chested mom [who was recently abandoned by her husband, who turned out to be a gay man who got a sex change operation] breastfed him as a child, in "Jerome is the New Black," it was because the one woman he truly loved [Cheryl Tiegs] left him, and "Quagmire's Mom" revealed that he picked it up from his mother, which is really an extension of the one cutaway from "Fore, Father").

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* CharacterDevelopment[=/=]EstablishingCharacterMoment: According to a "making of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''" special on DVD, SethMacFarlane cites this episode as the one that solidified Quagmire's "heartless sex maniac" persona (more specifically, the scene where he sleeps with the social worker and, after she asked him what he does for a living, he asks her, "Why are you still here?"). Later episodes (such as "Fore Father," "Jerome is the New Black," and "Quagmire's Mom") expand on why Quagmire is a heartless sex maniac (in "Fore Father," it was because his large-chested mom [who was recently abandoned by her husband, who turned out to be a gay man who later got a sex change operation] breastfed him as a child, in "Jerome is the New Black," it was because the one woman he truly loved [Cheryl Tiegs] left him, and "Quagmire's Mom" revealed that he picked it up from his mother, which is really an extension of the one cutaway from "Fore, Father").
4th Mar '16 3:26:50 PM eroock
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* InstantlyProvenWrong: When officials from the DepartmentOfChildDisservices come to take Stewie away, Lois is enraged and wants to disprove the claims which is immediately torpedoed by Peter's action off-screen.
-->'''Lois''': How dare you! This is a wonderful home!
-->''(cue a gunshot going off in the distance)''
-->'''Peter''' (shouting off-screen): Quagmire, you rat bastard! Come near my fence again, and that'll
14th Nov '15 1:40:59 PM eroock
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* DepartmentOfChildDisservices: They step in and take Stewie away from his family.
14th Nov '15 1:30:12 PM eroock
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* ThePowerOfFriendship: All friends contribute to the rescue of Stewie.


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* RansackedRoom: Peter ransacks the homes of his neighbors.


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* SpiesInAVan: The wives are surveilling the rescue of Stewie from a white van.

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22nd Apr '15 10:21:19 AM Wartzanall
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* CharacterDevelopment[=/=]EstablishingCharacterMoment: According to a "making of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''" special on DVD, SethMacFarlane cites this episode as the one that solidified Quagmire's "heartless sex maniac" persona (more specifically, the scene where he sleeps with the social worker and, after she asked him what he does for a living, he asks her, "Why are you still here?"). Later episodes (such as "Fore Father" and "Jerome is the New Black") expand on why Quagmire is a heartless sex maniac (in "Fore Father," it was because his large-chested mom [who was recently abandoned by her husband] breastfed him as a child, and in "Jerome is the New Black," it was because the one woman he truly loved [Cheryl Tiegs] left him).

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* CharacterDevelopment[=/=]EstablishingCharacterMoment: According to a "making of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''" special on DVD, SethMacFarlane cites this episode as the one that solidified Quagmire's "heartless sex maniac" persona (more specifically, the scene where he sleeps with the social worker and, after she asked him what he does for a living, he asks her, "Why are you still here?"). Later episodes (such as "Fore Father" and Father," "Jerome is the New Black") Black," and "Quagmire's Mom") expand on why Quagmire is a heartless sex maniac (in "Fore Father," it was because his large-chested mom [who was recently abandoned by her husband] husband, who turned out to be a gay man who got a sex change operation] breastfed him as a child, and in "Jerome is the New Black," it was because the one woman he truly loved [Cheryl Tiegs] left him).him, and "Quagmire's Mom" revealed that he picked it up from his mother, which is really an extension of the one cutaway from "Fore, Father").
28th Mar '15 6:29:20 PM nombretomado
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* CharacterDevelopment[=/=]EstablishingCharacterMoment: According to a "making of ''FamilyGuy''" special on DVD, SethMacFarlane cites this episode as the one that solidified Quagmire's "heartless sex maniac" persona (more specifically, the scene where he sleeps with the social worker and, after she asked him what he does for a living, he asks her, "Why are you still here?"). Later episodes (such as "Fore Father" and "Jerome is the New Black") expand on why Quagmire is a heartless sex maniac (in "Fore Father," it was because his large-chested mom [who was recently abandoned by her husband] breastfed him as a child, and in "Jerome is the New Black," it was because the one woman he truly loved [Cheryl Tiegs] left him).

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* CharacterDevelopment[=/=]EstablishingCharacterMoment: According to a "making of ''FamilyGuy''" ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''" special on DVD, SethMacFarlane cites this episode as the one that solidified Quagmire's "heartless sex maniac" persona (more specifically, the scene where he sleeps with the social worker and, after she asked him what he does for a living, he asks her, "Why are you still here?"). Later episodes (such as "Fore Father" and "Jerome is the New Black") expand on why Quagmire is a heartless sex maniac (in "Fore Father," it was because his large-chested mom [who was recently abandoned by her husband] breastfed him as a child, and in "Jerome is the New Black," it was because the one woman he truly loved [Cheryl Tiegs] left him).
12th Mar '15 11:56:33 AM Wartzanall
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Peter and the neighbors fight over a trophy. Meanwhile, Meg takes a job as a pancake house waitress by posing as an unwed teenage mother and using Stewie as her crack-addicted baby.

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Peter and the neighbors fight over a trophy. trophy they won for a parade float. Meanwhile, Meg takes a job as a pancake house waitress to get a Prada bag by posing as an unwed a single teenage mother and using Stewie as her with a crack-addicted baby.baby so she can get more tips from sympathetic diners.
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