History Recap / FamilyGuyS2E5LoveThyTrophy

15th Jan '18 4:01:32 PM ClintEastwood
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* GRatedDrug: Meg might have lied about Stewie being addicted to crack but he is seemingly addicted to the pancakes served at the diner she's working in. Complete with withdrawal like symptoms like hallucinations.



* ICantBelieveItsNotCrack: Meg might have lied about Stewie being addicted to crack but he is seemingly addicted to the pancakes served at the diner she's working in. Complete with withdrawal like symptoms like hallucinations.
15th Jan '18 4:00:46 PM ClintEastwood
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** To ''Series/TheTwilightZone1959''; Creator/RodSterling appears when Peter, Quagmire, Joe, and Cleveland are fighting over who stole the trophy, and again at the end of the episode when Brian buries the trophy in the yard.

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** To ''Series/TheTwilightZone1959''; Creator/RodSterling Creator/RodSerling appears when Peter, Quagmire, Joe, and Cleveland are fighting over who stole the trophy, and again at the end of the episode when Brian buries the trophy in the yard.
15th Jan '18 4:00:19 PM ClintEastwood
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!Tropes included in "Love Thy Trophy" include (YMMV goes ''[[YMMV/FamilyGuyS2E5LoveThyTrophy Here.]]'')

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!Tropes included in "Love Thy Trophy" include (YMMV goes ''[[YMMV/FamilyGuyS2E5LoveThyTrophy Here.]]'')include
15th Jan '18 3:59:37 PM ClintEastwood
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* GivingThemTheStrip: Played for laughs. When Peter tries to take Stewie back, the foster parents point a gun at him, and [[HumanShield he shields himself with Stewie]]. Stewie tells them, "Don't shoot!", then takes off his overalls, leaving them in Peter's hands. He then runs away and says, "Now shoot!".



* ShoutOut: Creator/CharltonHeston says, [[Film/TheTenCommandments "Let my pigeons go!"]]
** To ''Series/TheTwilightZone''; Rod Sterling appears when Peter, Quagmire, Joe, and Cleveland are fighting over who stole the trophy, and again at the end of the episode when Brian buries the trophy in the yard.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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Creator/CharltonHeston says, [[Film/TheTenCommandments "Let my pigeons go!"]]
** To ''Series/TheTwilightZone''; Rod Sterling ''Series/TheTwilightZone1959''; Creator/RodSterling appears when Peter, Quagmire, Joe, and Cleveland are fighting over who stole the trophy, and again at the end of the episode when Brian buries the trophy in the yard.



23rd Nov '17 6:11:53 PM tyrekecorrea
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* AppleOfDiscord: Ownership for the trophy from the float contest drives a wedge between the residents of Spooner St. At the end it turns out Brian stole and buried it, sparking the whole plot.

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* AppleOfDiscord: Ownership for the trophy from the float contest drives a wedge between the residents of Spooner St. At Street. In the end end, it turns out Brian stole and buried it, sparking the whole plot.
12th Sep '17 6:18:43 PM SpideyTerry
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** The floats ahead of Team Spooner Street got the ''Who's the Boss'' suggestion wrong. One has Tony walking in on Mona instead of Angela. The next has Tony giving Jonathan a bath.
--->'''Tom Tucker''': Well, that's just plain wrong.


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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: This is the first appearance of Cleveland Jr. He's depicted as a skinny, hyperactive MotorMouth, which is the opposite of his depiction on ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow''.
* FawltyTowersPlot: Meg got hired at the diner because Flappy and his manager thought Stewie was her child. She proceeds to run with it to get the job and then milks it for tip money. She tells further lies (such as Stewie being addicted to crack) to get even more money, only for a woman from child services to later overhear all this and investigate the Griffin household. It gets worse when she interviews the neighbors, who are so mad about the missing trophy that they gladly lie about what kind of people Peter and Lois are.
* {{Hypocrite}}: Brian chastises Peter and the others for letting a trophy come between their friendships. The ending reveals that he was the one who took the trophy and caused them to be at each other's throats.


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* MistakenForGay: Part of the plan to get Stewie out of the foster home is for Joe and Cleveland to pretend to be selling books door-to-door. The husband is certain one of them is a homosexual, which causes Joe and Cleveland to look at each other.
26th Aug '17 12:26:32 AM Dvandemon
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* AppleOfDiscord: Ownership for the trophy from the float contest drives a wedge between the residents of Spooner St. At the end it turns out Brian stole and buried it, sparking the whole plot.



* DepartmentOfChildDisservices: They step in and take Stewie away from his family.

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* ComicallyMissingThePoint: After Meg comes clean about her lies to being a teenage mother Peter is shocked at the fact that she's a teenager and Lois knew.
** Stewie's foster parents thoroughly mistake his demands for pancakes as demanding for crack in slang.
* DepartmentOfChildDisservices: They step An agent steps in and take takes Stewie away from his family.family after overhearing Meg milking sympathy from her customers for tips at waitressing with a fake story of being a single mom with Stewie as her crack baby. She ''did'' interview the neighbors but neglected to ''confirm'' Meg was actually the mother and the stories were true.


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* ICantBelieveItsNotCrack: Meg might have lied about Stewie being addicted to crack but he is seemingly addicted to the pancakes served at the diner she's working in. Complete with withdrawal like symptoms like hallucinations.
20th Aug '17 7:16:56 PM Carraway
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'''Tom Tucker''': Are you kidding, Diane? I've got wood!... and clipped onto it is a list of this year's float entries.

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'''Tom Tucker''': Are you kidding, Diane? I've got wood!... and (holds up a clipboard)and clipped onto it is a list of this year's float entries.
10th Apr '17 6:03:55 PM nombretomado
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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 [[Recap/FamilyGuyS2E21ForeFather "Fore Father"]], "Jerome is the New Black," and "Quagmire's Mom") expand on why Quagmire is a heartless sex maniac (in [[Recap/FamilyGuyS2E21ForeFather "Fore Father"]], it was because his large-chested mom [who was recently abandoned by her husband, 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 [[Recap/FamilyGuyS2E21ForeFather "Fore Father"]]).

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* CharacterDevelopment[=/=]EstablishingCharacterMoment: According to a "making of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''" special on DVD, SethMacFarlane Creator/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 [[Recap/FamilyGuyS2E21ForeFather "Fore Father"]], "Jerome is the New Black," and "Quagmire's Mom") expand on why Quagmire is a heartless sex maniac (in [[Recap/FamilyGuyS2E21ForeFather "Fore Father"]], it was because his large-chested mom [who was recently abandoned by her husband, 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 [[Recap/FamilyGuyS2E21ForeFather "Fore Father"]]).
18th Feb '17 3:34:24 PM eroock
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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 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").

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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 [[Recap/FamilyGuyS2E21ForeFather "Fore Father," Father"]], "Jerome is the New Black," and "Quagmire's Mom") expand on why Quagmire is a heartless sex maniac (in [[Recap/FamilyGuyS2E21ForeFather "Fore Father," Father"]], it was because his large-chested mom [who was recently abandoned by her husband, 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").[[Recap/FamilyGuyS2E21ForeFather "Fore Father"]]).
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