History Recap / FamilyGuyS3E10AFishOutOfWater

7th Jan '16 1:20:06 PM speedyboris
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* GeniusBonus: Peter tells Jim Stevenson, "While I may not agree with what you say, I'll defend to the death your right to say it." This is a quote from Evelyn Beatrice Hall in a book about Voltaire.
7th Jan '16 1:12:47 PM ParkedCarAnne
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After two weeks of being laid off from his job at Happy-Go-Lucky Toys, Peter has grown fatter and lazier than usual, so he takes a job as a fisherman to remedy this. Meanwhile, Lois takes Meg to the beach for spring break -- and ends up having all the fun Meg should be having.



* BrickJoke: "Hairlip" Steve is mentioned in an early scene; at the end of act one, we get to meet Steve when Stewie and Steve pry a clown off a boat.

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* BrickJoke: "Hairlip" Steve is mentioned in an early scene; at the end of act one, we get to meet Steve when Stewie and Steve pry a Jewish clown off a boat.
8th Jul '15 7:05:39 AM speedyboris
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* TwistEnding: Despite getting $50,000 to pay off the bank, the Stevensons still live with the Griffins by episode's end.

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* TwistEnding: Despite getting $50,000 to pay off the bank, the Stevensons still live with the Griffins by episode's end.end.
* UnsettlingGenderReveal: At sea, Peter, Quagmire, Joe, and Cleveland ask each other who they'd have if they weren't married. Quagmire chooses [[Music/{{Hanson}} Taylor Hanson]]. After being informed that Taylor Hanson is a guy, Quagmire breaks down.
7th Jul '15 7:57:24 AM speedyboris
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* ShoutOut: At sea, Peter, Quagmire, Joe, and Cleveland ask each other who they'd have if they weren't married. Peter's answer is the "chick with the three knockers" from ''Film/TotalRecall''.

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* ShoutOut: At sea, Peter, Quagmire, Joe, and Cleveland ask each other who they'd have if they weren't married. Peter's answer is the "chick with the three knockers" from ''Film/TotalRecall''.''Film/TotalRecall1990''.
7th Jul '15 7:56:30 AM speedyboris
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* FunnyAnimal: "Daggermouth and Boom Boom".



* LiteralMinded: When Carson Daly asks the crowd who wants to party, the crowd cheers, and Carson counts the number of people cheering.
--> '''Carson''': Okay, we're gonna need cake and juice for 14 people.



* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: When Peter bursts into flames, he dryly says, "Oh dear, I've spontaneously combusted." Then he adds, "Quite all right, I've grown tired of living."



* TemporaryBulkChange: At the start of the episode, Peter is grossly obese from being out of work for two weeks. By the middle of act one, Peter is back to his usual weight.

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* ReadTheFinePrint: When Peter and Brian return home to find that their house is being repossessed, Brian asks Peter if he read the fine print on the loan contract.
--> '''Peter''': If, by read, you mean imagined a naked lady, then yes.
* ShoutOut: At sea, Peter, Quagmire, Joe, and Cleveland ask each other who they'd have if they weren't married. Peter's answer is the "chick with the three knockers" from ''Film/TotalRecall''.
* TemporaryBulkChange: At the start of the episode, Peter is grossly obese from being out of work for two weeks. By the middle of act one, Peter is back to his usual weight.weight.
* TwistEnding: Despite getting $50,000 to pay off the bank, the Stevensons still live with the Griffins by episode's end.
7th Jul '15 7:47:27 AM speedyboris
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'''Original air date''': September 19, 2001

!!This episode contains examples of:
* BrickJoke: "Hairlip" Steve is mentioned in an early scene; at the end of act one, we get to meet Steve when Stewie and Steve pry a clown off a boat.
--> '''Stewie''': Hey Steve, you ever think about growing a mustache?
* CannotTellAJoke: Stewie.
--> '''Stewie''': Two men are standing at the Pearly Gates. Oh, God, wait. How did that one go? Anyway, it turns out they're Siegfried and Roy. I'm no good at telling jokes.
* ExactWords: At an auction, one item up for bid is a "photo of a beautiful 40-foot fishing boat." Peter gets into a bidding war with a man but loses; the man pays $25,000, but it turns out he just bought the ''photo'' of the boat, not the boat itself.
* GeniusBonus: Peter tells Jim Stevenson, "While I may not agree with what you say, I'll defend to the death your right to say it." This is a quote from Evelyn Beatrice Hall in a book about Voltaire.
* HonestJohnsDealership: Peter gets a loan from Jim Kaplan to pay for the boat he bought at auction. Jim openly declares that other banks are banks, and may not be kidding about taking Peter's kids as collateral. He also runs a tattoo shop next door.
* LongName: Peter's boat is named the "S.S. More Powerful than Superman, Batman, Spiderman and the Incredible Hulk Put Together."
* ManOnFire: In one cutaway, Peter spontaneously bursts into flames.
* UsefulNotes/{{Mercury}}: When Peter is morbidly obese, Tom Tucker tells his son, "That's Mercury, Jake, the planet closest to the sun. What it's doing by the wharf, I haven't the foggiest. We should ask a scientist."
* OrphanedSetup: "So the French guy says: [[DirtyForeigner "Deodorant? What's that?"]]
* TemporaryBulkChange: At the start of the episode, Peter is grossly obese from being out of work for two weeks. By the middle of act one, Peter is back to his usual weight.
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