History Recap / FamilyGuyS3E20RoadToEurope

23rd Jun '15 3:51:22 PM calmestofdoves
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* NotSoRemote: Brian and Stewie end up in the middle of the Arabian desert and their camel dies. Just as they've cut it open to use as an improvised shelter, Brian notices a Comfort Inn over the next dune.
22nd Apr '15 10:35:56 AM Wartzanall
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* SeriesFauxnale: If you go in production order, this was the last episode produced for the third season, and, by extent, the show (until the show came back in 2005 and if you don't count "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein," since that was a BannedEpisode from season two that aired in season three).

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* SeriesFauxnale: If you go in production order, this was the last episode produced for the third season, and, by extent, the show (until the show came back in 2005 and if you don't count "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein," since that was a BannedEpisode from season two that aired in season three).three, but didn't air on FOX or CartoonNetwork until news hit that the show was coming back with new episodes).
16th Apr '15 3:29:24 PM Wingnut
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* DepravedKidsShowHost: [[spoiler: Pengrove Pig and Mother Maggie have no respect for their jobs; the former looks at porn on set, while the latter calls Stewie a "grotty, little wanker" and kicks him]].

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* DepravedKidsShowHost: [[spoiler: Pengrove Pig and Mother Maggie have no respect for their jobs; the former looks at porn on set, while the latter calls Stewie a "grotty, little wanker" and kicks him]].him.
16th Apr '15 3:28:48 PM Wingnut
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* LikeAGodToMe: "You...are...GODS!!!"
12th Mar '15 11:20:20 AM Wartzanall
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* OverlyLongGag: Stewie's letter, as seen in the page quote.
* SeriesFauxnale: If you go in production order, this was the last episode produced for the third season, and, by extent, the show (until the show came back in 2005).

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* OverlyLongGag: Stewie's letter, as seen in the page quote.
letter to Brian about running away, which gets sidetracked with talk about a misplaced button.
* SeriesFauxnale: If you go in production order, this was the last episode produced for the third season, and, by extent, the show (until the show came back in 2005).2005 and if you don't count "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein," since that was a BannedEpisode from season two that aired in season three).
12th Mar '15 11:18:31 AM Wartzanall
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--> Dear stupid dog, I've gone to live with the children on "Jolly Farm". Goodbye forever. Stewie. P.S. I never got a chance to return that sweater Lois gave me for Christmas. Umm, I left the receipt on top of my bureau. I'm probably over the thirty day return limit but umm... I'm sure if you make a fuss they'll at least give you a store credit or something. Umm... It's actually not a horrible sweater. It's... It's just I can't imagine when I would ever wear it you know? Oh I also left a button on the bureau. I'm not sure what it goes to, but I can never bring myself to throw a button away. I know that as soon as I do I'll find the garment it goes to and then it'll... Wait a minute, could it be from the sweater? Did that sweater have buttons? Hmm... Well I should wrap this up before I start to ramble. Again, goodbye forever. P.P.S. You know, it might be a little chilly in London, I'm actually going to take the sweater.



, Stewie runs away to Great Britain so he can be on a children's show. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois go to KISS-Stock, and Peter is appalled that Lois knows nothing about his favorite band.

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Stewie runs away to Great Britain so he can be on a children's show. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois go to KISS-Stock, and Peter is appalled that Lois knows nothing about his favorite band.
31st Jul '14 3:19:55 PM KuroKokoro
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In this, the last episode produced for season three (though not the last one aired. That honor goes to -- depending on who you ask -- "Family Guy Viewer Mail" or the BannedEpisode "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein"), Stewie runs away to Great Britain so he can be on a children's show. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois go to KISS-Stock, and Peter is appalled that Lois knows nothing about his favorite band.

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\nIn this, the last episode produced for season three (though not the last one aired. That honor goes to -- depending on who you ask -- "Family Guy Viewer Mail" or the BannedEpisode "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein"), , Stewie runs away to Great Britain so he can be on a children's show. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois go to KISS-Stock, and Peter is appalled that Lois knows nothing about his favorite band.
19th Jul '14 9:53:34 PM BroomhandleJones
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In this, the series finale (which ended up being a SeriesFauxnale due to its 2005 revival), Stewie runs away to Great Britain so he can be on a children's show. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois go to KISS-Stock, and Peter is appalled that Lois knows nothing about his favorite band.

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In this, the series finale (which ended up being a SeriesFauxnale due last episode produced for season three (though not the last one aired. That honor goes to its 2005 revival), -- depending on who you ask -- "Family Guy Viewer Mail" or the BannedEpisode "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein"), Stewie runs away to Great Britain so he can be on a children's show. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois go to KISS-Stock, and Peter is appalled that Lois knows nothing about his favorite band.
19th Jul '14 9:52:27 PM BroomhandleJones
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Stewie is entranced by a British television program entitled "Jolly Farm Revue", a colorful children's show featuring several imaginary characters. Peter, meanwhile, is a huge fan of KISS, and takes a road trip with Lois to KISS-Stock as it enters New England.

Getting the chance to leave, Stewie decides to travel to "Jolly Farm" and live there forever. He finds out he can leave and go to the BBC Offices in London. Brian tries to stop Stewie from leaving Rhode Island. He finds Stewie sneaking aboard a transatlantic flight, and tries to pull him out. However, the plane takes off, and winds up landing hours later.... in the middle east.

Brian begins to search for a way to get back to the United States, but Stewie refuses to leave with him and insists they travel to London. Having no money, the two have to distract the locals (with a song describing their differences) in order to get a camel. They begin their journey with the camel. However, the camel winds up dying in the desert. Stewie is sickened in learning that he has to cut up the camel. Just as he is about to sleep in the camel, Brian finds a nearby Comfort Inn in which they decide to stay. They steal a hot air balloon from the hotel premises and make their way to the Vatican City, where they steal the hat of the pope. They then travel by train from Switzerland to Munich. Eventually, they end up in Amsterdam, where they get stoned by the secondhand smoke.

Upon finally arriving at the BBC Television Centre, Stewie is stunned to learn the truth. The farm is merely a set. The pig is not reading a storybook: he is looking at porn. Mother Maggie gives kind words to Stewie: "Piss off, you grotty little wanker!". Disillusioned, Stewie decides to travel back home with Brian to Quahog and take up a new addiction: dancing with fruit hats.

Meanwhile, at KISS-Stock, Peter and Lois dress in face paint and leather to look like KISS band members, as does the rest of the crowd, and they manage to stand only a few feet from the stage. During the performance of "Rock and Roll All Nite", Gene Simmons points the microphone at Lois.

--> "''And have a wonderful.... time.'' Is that it? Oh, no. It's: ''And Something, something all.... day.''"

KISS are so stunned, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley leave in disgust, while the other two sing "Chattanooga Choo-Choo." Peter winds up floored at the fact that Lois was pretending to be a KISS fan. Later that night, Peter and Lois wind up a Denny's. At one of the tables of the restaurant are the band members of KISS. Lois recognizes Gene without his makeup as Chaim Witz (Gene's birth name), an old classmate. Peter winds up learning that Lois "knew" Gene. Later on, during KISS forum, Peter proclaims that Lois "did" KISS.

This episode is notable for being the final episode produced during the third season. By extent, this also made this the final episode produced for the pre-2002 cancellation era, and the third to last one aired ("Viewer Mail #1" aired as the SeriesFauxnale, and "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein", from the second season, wound up airing on Creator/AdultSwim in 2003 and on FOX in 2005 when news hit that ''FamilyGuy'' was coming back to FOX with new episodes).

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In this, the series finale (which ended up being a SeriesFauxnale due to its 2005 revival), Stewie is entranced by runs away to Great Britain so he can be on a British television program entitled "Jolly Farm Revue", a colorful children's show featuring several imaginary characters. Peter, meanwhile, is a huge fan of KISS, and takes a road trip with Lois to KISS-Stock as it enters New England.

Getting the chance to leave, Stewie decides to travel to "Jolly Farm" and live there forever. He finds out he can leave and go to the BBC Offices in London. Brian tries to stop Stewie from leaving Rhode Island. He finds Stewie sneaking aboard a transatlantic flight, and tries to pull him out. However, the plane takes off, and winds up landing hours later.... in the middle east.

Brian begins to search for a way to get back to the United States, but Stewie refuses to leave with him and insists they travel to London. Having no money, the two have to distract the locals (with a song describing their differences) in order to get a camel. They begin their journey with the camel. However, the camel winds up dying in the desert. Stewie is sickened in learning that he has to cut up the camel. Just as he is about to sleep in the camel, Brian finds a nearby Comfort Inn in which they decide to stay. They steal a hot air balloon from the hotel premises and make their way to the Vatican City, where they steal the hat of the pope. They then travel by train from Switzerland to Munich. Eventually, they end up in Amsterdam, where they get stoned by the secondhand smoke.

Upon finally arriving at the BBC Television Centre, Stewie is stunned to learn the truth. The farm is merely a set. The pig is not reading a storybook: he is looking at porn. Mother Maggie gives kind words to Stewie: "Piss off, you grotty little wanker!". Disillusioned, Stewie decides to travel back home with Brian to Quahog and take up a new addiction: dancing with fruit hats.

show. Meanwhile, at KISS-Stock, Peter and Lois dress in face paint go to KISS-Stock, and leather to look like KISS band members, as does the rest of the crowd, and they manage to stand only a few feet from the stage. During the performance of "Rock and Roll All Nite", Gene Simmons points the microphone at Lois.

--> "''And have a wonderful.... time.'' Is that it? Oh, no. It's: ''And Something, something all.... day.''"

KISS are so stunned, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley leave in disgust, while the other two sing "Chattanooga Choo-Choo."
Peter winds up floored at the fact is appalled that Lois was pretending to be a KISS fan. Later that night, Peter and Lois wind up a Denny's. At one of the tables of the restaurant are the band members of KISS. Lois recognizes Gene without knows nothing about his makeup as Chaim Witz (Gene's birth name), an old classmate. Peter winds up learning that Lois "knew" Gene. Later on, during KISS forum, Peter proclaims that Lois "did" KISS.

This episode is notable for being the final episode produced during the third season. By extent, this also made this the final episode produced for the pre-2002 cancellation era, and the third to last one aired ("Viewer Mail #1" aired as the SeriesFauxnale, and "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein", from the second season, wound up airing on Creator/AdultSwim in 2003 and on FOX in 2005 when news hit that ''FamilyGuy'' was coming back to FOX with new episodes).
favorite band.
28th Apr '14 10:26:47 AM RhoEpsilon
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KISS are so stunned, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley leave in disgust. Peter winds up floored at the fact that Lois was pretending to be a KISS fan. Later that night, Peter and Lois wind up a Denny's. At one of the tables of the restaurant are the band members of KISS. Lois recognizes Gene without his makeup as Chaim Witz (Gene's birth name), an old classmate. Peter winds up learning that Lois "knew" Gene. Later on, during KISS forum, Peter proclaims that Lois "did" KISS.

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KISS are so stunned, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley leave in disgust. disgust, while the other two sing "Chattanooga Choo-Choo." Peter winds up floored at the fact that Lois was pretending to be a KISS fan. Later that night, Peter and Lois wind up a Denny's. At one of the tables of the restaurant are the band members of KISS. Lois recognizes Gene without his makeup as Chaim Witz (Gene's birth name), an old classmate. Peter winds up learning that Lois "knew" Gene. Later on, during KISS forum, Peter proclaims that Lois "did" KISS.



* BaitAndSwitch: during Brian and Stewie's song

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* BaitAndSwitch: BaitAndSwitch, CurseCutShort, SubvertedRhymeEveryOccasion, and LastSecondWordSwap: during Brian and Stewie's song



* DepravedKidsShowHost: [[spoiler: Pengrove Pig and Mother Maggie have no respect for their jobs; the former looks at porn on set, while the latter kicks Stewie aside.]]
* FanDisillusionment: Once Stewie realizes the truth about "Jolly Farm", he denounces the show.

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* DepravedKidsShowHost: [[spoiler: Pengrove Pig and Mother Maggie have no respect for their jobs; the former looks at porn on set, while the latter kicks calls Stewie aside.]]
a "grotty, little wanker" and kicks him]].
* FanDisillusionment: Once Stewie realizes the truth about "Jolly Farm", he denounces the show.show (though he would later love the Americanized version of it).
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