History Recap / FamilyGuyS4E16TheCourtshipOfStewiesFather

12th Aug '17 11:39:53 AM nombretomado
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*** One of the lost kids forced to sing on the Tiny World ride says if Stewie doesn't sing, he'll be put in [[TheSantaClause "a Christmas movie with Tim Allen"]].

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*** One of the lost kids forced to sing on the Tiny World ride says if Stewie doesn't sing, he'll be put in [[TheSantaClause [[Film/TheSantaClause "a Christmas movie with Tim Allen"]].
7th May '17 7:53:12 PM Wingnut
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* GoOutWithASmile: If you look closely, the preschool teacher was shown smiling when Stewie accidentally shoots her.

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* GoOutWithASmile: If you look closely, the preschool teacher was shown smiling when before Stewie accidentally shoots her.
7th May '17 7:51:05 PM Wingnut
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* GoOutWithASmile: If you look closely, the preschool teacher was shown smiling when Stewie accidentally shoots her.
10th Apr '17 6:04:08 PM nombretomado
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* OverlyLongGag: Peter and Stewie laughing as they kidnap Lois, lock her in the car, drown her, hitchhike home, stop at a UsefulNotes/McDonalds (or some kind of diner or fast-food restaurant), and come home. According to DVD commentary, SethMacFarlane did the laughing for both Peter and Stewie in one take and it tired him immensely. He promised never to do that again, which explains why on the ''American Dad'' episode "The Weiner of Our Discontent"[[note]]the episode where Roger finds out why he was sent to Earth, and Steve faces off against Toshi in a hot dog eating contest[[/note]], a similar sequence where Stan laughs at Roger on their way home from the airport was undercut with a scene of Steve and his nerd friends going to Toshi's house.

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* OverlyLongGag: Peter and Stewie laughing as they kidnap Lois, lock her in the car, drown her, hitchhike home, stop at a UsefulNotes/McDonalds (or some kind of diner or fast-food restaurant), and come home. According to DVD commentary, SethMacFarlane Creator/SethMacFarlane did the laughing for both Peter and Stewie in one take and it tired him immensely. He promised never to do that again, which explains why on the ''American Dad'' episode "The Weiner of Our Discontent"[[note]]the episode where Roger finds out why he was sent to Earth, and Steve faces off against Toshi in a hot dog eating contest[[/note]], a similar sequence where Stan laughs at Roger on their way home from the airport was undercut with a scene of Steve and his nerd friends going to Toshi's house.
21st Nov '16 9:26:14 PM NWolfman
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** While in Florida, Peter muses to himself that "Right now, in this state, Jeb Bush is [[EatsBabies eating a live puppy]]."
21st Oct '15 4:52:56 PM nombretomado
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** The third act is this for {{Disney}} in general. For example...

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** The third act is this for {{Disney}} Creator/{{Disney}} in general. For example...
20th Jul '15 10:14:59 AM nombretomado
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* OverlyLongGag: Peter and Stewie laughing as they kidnap Lois, lock her in the car, drown her, hitchhike home, stop at a McDonalds (or some kind of diner or fast-food restaurant), and come home. According to DVD commentary, SethMacFarlane did the laughing for both Peter and Stewie in one take and it tired him immensely. He promised never to do that again, which explains why on the ''American Dad'' episode "The Weiner of Our Discontent"[[note]]the episode where Roger finds out why he was sent to Earth, and Steve faces off against Toshi in a hot dog eating contest[[/note]], a similar sequence where Stan laughs at Roger on their way home from the airport was undercut with a scene of Steve and his nerd friends going to Toshi's house.

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* OverlyLongGag: Peter and Stewie laughing as they kidnap Lois, lock her in the car, drown her, hitchhike home, stop at a McDonalds UsefulNotes/McDonalds (or some kind of diner or fast-food restaurant), and come home. According to DVD commentary, SethMacFarlane did the laughing for both Peter and Stewie in one take and it tired him immensely. He promised never to do that again, which explains why on the ''American Dad'' episode "The Weiner of Our Discontent"[[note]]the episode where Roger finds out why he was sent to Earth, and Steve faces off against Toshi in a hot dog eating contest[[/note]], a similar sequence where Stan laughs at Roger on their way home from the airport was undercut with a scene of Steve and his nerd friends going to Toshi's house.
22nd Apr '15 10:58:48 AM Wartzanall
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Lois mistakes Stewie's drawings of her being killed for him not being around Peter enough, so she tells Peter to bond with Stewie, which they do, by pranking Lois constantly. Meanwhile, Chris accidentally breaks Herbert's window playing baseball and has to do chores, much to the old man's delight. He even fantasizes himself as Audrey from ''Film/LittleShopOfHorrors'' with Chris as Seymour.

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Lois mistakes Stewie's drawings of her being killed for him not being around Peter enough, so she tells Peter to bond with Stewie, which they do, by pranking Lois constantly. Meanwhile, Chris accidentally breaks Herbert's window playing baseball and has to do chores, chores for him, much to the old man's delight. He even fantasizes himself as Audrey from ''Film/LittleShopOfHorrors'' with Chris as Seymour.
delight.
29th Mar '15 5:01:24 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* ExecutiveMeddling: The DVD commentary for this episode reveals that the network took a lot of issue with the subplot of Chris doing chores for Herbert the pedophile and constantly asks them to tone it down. While the end result did give Herbert a more human side (showing that, as much as he lusts after Chris, he does care about him and tries not to take advantage of him), one could also argue that this was out of character and the end result of the censors telling [=MacFarlane=] and company what they could and couldn't allow (which is mentioned on the commentary) and that the season 11 episode "Chris Cross" (in which Chris runs away to Herbert's house after Meg blackmails him) got away with more.
19th Jul '14 10:24:31 PM BroomhandleJones
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Lois mistakes Stewie's drawings of her being killed for him not being around Peter enough, so she tells Peter to bond with Stewie, which they do, by pranking Lois constantly. However, they go too far by putting her in the car and pushing it into a lake. Lois is understandably angry at Peter for that, and when Stewie tries to defend Peter, Lois tells him to go to his room, and feels betrayed when Peter lets Lois do that. Peter makes up for it by taking Stewie to Disney World, where Stewie is kidnapped and put on the Tiny World ride.

Meanwhile, Chris accidentally breaks Herbert's window playing baseball and has to do chores, much to the old man's delight. He even fantasizes himself as Audrey from ''Film/LittleShopOfHorrors'' with Chris as Seymour.

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Lois mistakes Stewie's drawings of her being killed for him not being around Peter enough, so she tells Peter to bond with Stewie, which they do, by pranking Lois constantly. However, they go too far by putting her in the car and pushing it into a lake. Lois is understandably angry at Peter for that, and when Stewie tries to defend Peter, Lois tells him to go to his room, and feels betrayed when Peter lets Lois do that. Peter makes up for it by taking Stewie to Disney World, where Stewie is kidnapped and put on the Tiny World ride.

Meanwhile, Chris accidentally breaks Herbert's window playing baseball and has to do chores, much to the old man's delight. He even fantasizes himself as Audrey from ''Film/LittleShopOfHorrors'' with Chris as Seymour.


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* ExecutiveMeddling: The DVD commentary for this episode reveals that the network took a lot of issue with the subplot of Chris doing chores for Herbert the pedophile and constantly asks them to tone it down. While the end result did give Herbert a more human side (showing that, as much as he lusts after Chris, he does care about him and tries not to take advantage of him), one could also argue that this was out of character and the end result of the censors telling [=MacFarlane=] and company what they could and couldn't allow (which is mentioned on the commentary) and that the season 11 episode "Chris Cross" (in which Chris runs away to Herbert's house after Meg blackmails him) got away with more.
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