History Recap / FamilyGuyS4E20PatriotGames

21st Nov '16 9:28:42 PM NWolfman
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* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale: Lois's entire goal at the dinner was clearly to get Tom Brady naked in her house. Let's reverse that to "Peter aims to get Erin Andrews naked in the Griffin house" and see the reaction...


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* PetTheDog: Stewie giving Brian a revenge shot and allowing Brian to drove him crazy, when he obviously could have beat Brian up again to silence his cold attitude towards Stewie.
19th Jul '14 10:32:31 PM BroomhandleJones
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We start with Peter receiving an invitation to attend his high school reunion, which he doesn't want to go to feeling he doesn't have anything special to show off. He goes anyway with the lie that he's now a cowboy astronaut billionaire. However, when he sees that one of his old pals is friends with Tom Brady of the New England Patriots, Peter accidentally reveals his brewery job, exposing him as a fraud. After feeling depressed, he races toward the bathroom to vomit and bowls over several attendees along the way. Impressed with his strong build, Brady offers Peter a spot on the Patriots football team, which he accepts.

Peter leads the Patriots to several victories and his newfound fame begins going to his head. This culminates in Peter showboating by leading the entire stadium audience to a show-stopping performance of [[Theatre/TheMusicMan "Shipoopi"]]. Finally having had enough, Brady kicks Peter off the team and his contract gets transferred to the London Silly Nannies, the worst football team in Europe. The Griffins move to London and Peter sees that his new teammates are prissy wimps, so he tries to get them riled up for an upcoming game against the Patriots. The Silly Nannies are scared away, but Peter still charges at the team, getting pummeled in the process. Even though the Silly Nannies lost, Brady congratulates Peter for still choosing to stand tall against the team. Peter is cheered up and the Griffins move back home.

Meanwhile, Stewie becomes a bookie and bets Brian $50 that Carroll Channing will beat Mike Tyson on ''Celebrity Boxing''. Thinking Tyson is a shoo-in, Brian accepts, but suprisingly, Channing wins and Brian has to pay a $50 debt. Brian tries to get out of it by promising Stewie he'll have the money by next week, but Stewie says no and in return, mercilessly beats him up. Another attempt to sneak past Stewie fails as Stewie shoots Brian in both knees and sets him on fire, which gets Brian to pay the debt.

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We start with Peter receiving an invitation to attend During a disastrous night at his high school reunion, Peter shows untapped talent for pushing through people and becomes a member of the Patriots, which he doesn't want to go to feeling he doesn't have anything special to show off. He goes anyway with the lie that he's now a cowboy astronaut billionaire. However, when he sees that one of his old pals is friends sit well with Tom Brady of the New England Patriots, Peter accidentally reveals his brewery job, exposing him as a fraud. After feeling depressed, he races toward the bathroom to vomit and bowls over several attendees along the way. Impressed with his strong build, Brady offers Peter a spot on the Patriots football team, which he accepts.

Peter leads the Patriots to several victories and his newfound fame begins going to his head. This culminates in Peter showboating by leading the entire stadium audience to a show-stopping performance of [[Theatre/TheMusicMan "Shipoopi"]]. Finally having had enough, Brady kicks Peter off the team and his contract gets transferred to the London Silly Nannies, the worst football team in Europe. The Griffins move to London and Peter sees that his new teammates are prissy wimps, so he tries to get them riled up for an upcoming game against the Patriots. The Silly Nannies are scared away, but Peter still charges at the team, getting pummeled in the process. Even though the Silly Nannies lost, Brady congratulates Peter for still choosing to stand tall against the team. Peter is cheered up and the Griffins move back home.

Brady. Meanwhile, Stewie becomes a bookie and bets Brian $50 that Carroll Channing will beat Mike Tyson bets on FOX's ''Celebrity Boxing''. Thinking Tyson is a shoo-in, Brian accepts, but suprisingly, Channing wins and Brian has to pay a $50 debt. Brian tries to get out of it by promising Stewie he'll have the money by next week, but Stewie says no and in return, mercilessly beats Boxing'' with Stewie, who won't stop beating him up. Another attempt to sneak past Stewie fails as Stewie shoots Brian in both knees and sets him on fire, which up unless he gets Brian to pay the debt.
his money.
19th Apr '14 9:00:24 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* Wimpification: Stewie in the second half.

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* Wimpification: {{Wimpification}}: Stewie in the second half.
19th Apr '14 9:00:05 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* Wimpification: Stewie in the second half. See BadassDecay.

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* Wimpification: Stewie in the second half. See BadassDecay.
19th Apr '14 8:56:52 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* BadassDecay: As if he hasn't suffered enough of this over the course of the show, Stewie suffers it over the course of an ''episode''. Goes from [[CrowningMomentOfAwesomeness mercilessly beating Brian to get his money]] to [[Wimpification completely cowering about Brian beating him up]].
3rd Apr '14 9:07:00 AM enya
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* BadassDecay: As if he hasn't suffered enough of this over the course of the show, Stewie suffers it over the course of an ''episode''. Goes from [[CrowningMomentOfAwesomeness mercilessly beating Brian to get his money]] to [[Wimpification completely cowering about Brian beating him up]].


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* Wimpification: Stewie in the second half. See BadassDecay.
21st Feb '14 5:14:05 PM enya
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* WouldHurtAChild: Brian in the second half of the episode. Given, Stewie did offer him a revenge shot, but still.


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* WouldHurtAChild: Brian in at the second half end of the episode. Given, Stewie did offer him a revenge shot, but still.

21st Feb '14 5:13:48 PM enya
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\n* WouldHurtAChild: Brian in the second half of the episode. Given, Stewie did offer him a revenge shot, but still.

26th Jan '14 8:25:57 PM enya
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Meanwhile, Stewie becomes a bookie and bets Brian $50 that Carroll Channing will beat Mike Tyson on ''Celebrity Boxing''. Thinking Tyson is a shoo-in, Brian accepts, but suprisingly, Channing wins and Brian has to pay a $50 debt. Brian tries to get out of it by promising Stewie he'll have the money by next week, but Stewie says no and in return, mercilessly beats him up. Another attempt to sneak past Stewie fails as Stewie shoots Brian in both knees and sets him on fire, which gets Brian to pay the debt. Despite this, Stewie feels guilty, and offers Brian one "revenge shot" on him, to which Brian agrees, but he's not saying when it's coming. Stewie eventually becomes paranoid and even tries to beat himself up to appease Brian. At the very end, Brian pushes Stewie on the road toward an oncoming omnibus.

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Meanwhile, Stewie becomes a bookie and bets Brian $50 that Carroll Channing will beat Mike Tyson on ''Celebrity Boxing''. Thinking Tyson is a shoo-in, Brian accepts, but suprisingly, Channing wins and Brian has to pay a $50 debt. Brian tries to get out of it by promising Stewie he'll have the money by next week, but Stewie says no and in return, mercilessly beats him up. Another attempt to sneak past Stewie fails as Stewie shoots Brian in both knees and sets him on fire, which gets Brian to pay the debt. Despite this, Stewie feels guilty, and offers Brian one "revenge shot" on him, to which Brian agrees, but he's not saying when it's coming. Stewie eventually becomes paranoid and even tries to beat himself up to appease Brian. At the very end, Brian pushes Stewie on the road toward an oncoming omnibus.\n



* NothingPersonal: In true gangster fashion, Stewie becomes affable and content the instant Brian finally pays up and is genuinely surprised that he holds a grudge over the two brutal beatings he recieved beforehand.
-->'''Stewie:''' I got my money and your wounds are clearing up nicely, can't we just let bygones be bygones?
-->'''Brian:''' You shot me in both my knees, and set me on fire. Piss off.

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* NothingPersonal: In true gangster fashion, Stewie becomes affable and content the instant Brian finally pays up and is genuinely surprised that he holds a grudge over the two brutal beatings he recieved beforehand.
-->'''Stewie:''' I got my money
beforehand.
** After all, Brian did deserve it,
and your wounds are clearing up nicely, can't we just let bygones be bygones?
-->'''Brian:''' You shot me in both my knees, and set me on fire. Piss off.
Stewie is his friend.

10th Dec '13 7:48:47 AM enya
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Meanwhile, Stewie becomes a bookie and bets Brian $50 that Carroll Channing will beat Mike Tyson on ''Celebrity Boxing''. Thinking Tyson is a shoo-in, Brian accepts, but suprisingly, Channing wins and Brian has to pay a $50 debt. Brian tries to get out of it by promising Stewie he'll have the money by next week, but Stewie says no and in return, mercilessly beats him up. Another attempt to sneak past Stewie fails as Stewie shoots Brian in both knees and sets him on fire, which gets Brian to pay the debt. Despite the fact that his actions were justified, Stewie feels guilty, and offers Brian one "revenge shot" on him, to which Brian agrees, but he's not saying when it's coming. Stewie eventually becomes paranoid and even tries to beat himself up to appease Brian. At the very end, Brian pushes Stewie on the road toward an oncoming omnibus.

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Meanwhile, Stewie becomes a bookie and bets Brian $50 that Carroll Channing will beat Mike Tyson on ''Celebrity Boxing''. Thinking Tyson is a shoo-in, Brian accepts, but suprisingly, Channing wins and Brian has to pay a $50 debt. Brian tries to get out of it by promising Stewie he'll have the money by next week, but Stewie says no and in return, mercilessly beats him up. Another attempt to sneak past Stewie fails as Stewie shoots Brian in both knees and sets him on fire, which gets Brian to pay the debt. Despite the fact that his actions were justified, this, Stewie feels guilty, and offers Brian one "revenge shot" on him, to which Brian agrees, but he's not saying when it's coming. Stewie eventually becomes paranoid and even tries to beat himself up to appease Brian. At the very end, Brian pushes Stewie on the road toward an oncoming omnibus.



* CrowningMomentOfAwesomeness: Stewie beating Brian.



* HateSink: Brian. He refuses to pay Stewie the money ''he owed him'', resulting in getting beaten up. And after he pays Stewie back, '''he still wants revenge''', something uncharacteristically cruel for the character.



** Stewie's reaction is completely justified, too. Brian freakin' '''OWED HIM MONEY''' and '''GOT WHAT WAS COMING'''. The fact that he '''ALLOWED BRIAN TO HAVE REVENGE ON HIM''' shows that he actually is a true friend!
* {{Revenge}}: Brian gets back at Stewie for the NoHoldsBarredBeatdown he received from him, which he ''deserved in the first place''.
* WhatTheHell,Hero?: Stewie allowing Brian to give him a free shot, when ''Brian deserved what he got in the first place''. On the other hand, it's a subtle clue that Stewie actually values Brian's friendship.

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** Stewie's reaction is completely justified, too. Brian freakin' '''OWED HIM MONEY''' and '''GOT WHAT WAS COMING'''. The fact that he '''ALLOWED BRIAN TO HAVE REVENGE ON HIM''' shows that he actually is a true friend!
* {{Revenge}}: Brian gets back at Stewie for the NoHoldsBarredBeatdown he received from him, which he ''deserved in the first place''.
* WhatTheHell,Hero?: Stewie allowing Brian to give him a free shot, when ''Brian deserved what he got in the first place''. On the other hand, it's a subtle clue that Stewie actually values Brian's friendship.
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