History Recap / FamilyGuyS5E9RoadToRupert

10th Apr '16 8:41:28 AM hopeshalllive
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* ArtisticLicenseLaw: Joe says Peter committed rape against a driver. Its a heinous crime, but several people pointed out that it cant be rape since Peter wasant directly involved. Also, Joe hitting Peter just to get the license easily stands as assault, since Peter was not actually threating Joe. Shows how much of a DirtyCop Joe is.

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* ArtisticLicenseLaw: Joe says Peter committed rape against a driver. Its a heinous crime, but several people pointed out that it cant be rape since Peter wasant directly involved. Also, Joe hitting Peter just to get the license easily stands as assault, since Peter was not actually threating Joe. Shows how much of a DirtyCop Joe is. Also, the fact that Joe does nothing to stop the guys from distracting Meg while driving, and even joined in. Had Meg killed someone, or caused an accident, which did happen, Joe easily could have gotten fired.
10th Apr '16 8:39:26 AM hopeshalllive
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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking" Inverted. Joes starts off with reckless driving, disturbing the peace, and then finishes with rape.
* ArtisticLicenseLaw: Joe says Peter committed rape against a driver. Its a heinous crime, but several people pointed out that it cant be rape since Peter wasant directly involved. Also, Joe hitting Peter just to get the license easily stands as assault, since Peter was not actually threating Joe. Shows how much of a DirtyCop Joe is.
3rd Apr '16 10:39:07 AM hopeshalllive
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* WeirdCurrency: The helicopter can be rented for cash, check or a jaunty tune. [[JustifiedTrope The reasoning for that last one is that the rental agreement was drafted when musicals were still culturally relevant]].

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* WeirdCurrency: The helicopter can be rented for cash, check or a jaunty tune. [[JustifiedTrope The reasoning for that last one is that the rental agreement was drafted when musicals were still culturally relevant]].relevant]].
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Meg gives a brutal and graphic one to the driver who crashes into her.
8th Jul '15 3:19:50 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* DeletedScene: The following scenes have been cut on TV (both cable and free-TV), but are shown on DVD:
** The scene mentioned in the TakeThat entry below (Lois finding "Stymie Gruffin the Untold Story" and deriding it as a slap in the face to fans before FOX's hired goons drag her off).
** Stewie getting drunk on NyQuil to cope with Rupert being missing and mistaking a throw pillow for a cat.
** Peter's conversation with Cleveland, Joe, and Quagmire about having sex with either Queen Latifah or a six-weeks' dead HalleBerry has an additional line on DVD where Joe mentions that some female corpses still look good after six weeks.
22nd Apr '15 11:27:36 AM Wartzanall
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* DeletedScene: The following scenes have been cut on TV (both cable and free-TV), but are shown on DVD:
**The scene mentioned in the TakeThat entry below (Lois finding "Stymie Gruffin the Untold Story" and deriding it as a slap in the face to fans before FOX's hired goons drag her off).
**Stewie getting drunk on NyQuil to cope with Rupert being missing and mistaking a throw pillow for a cat.
**Peter's conversation with Cleveland, Joe, and Quagmire about having sex with either Queen Latifah or a six-weeks' dead HalleBerry has an additional line on DVD where Joe mentions that some female corpses still look good after six weeks.
28th Mar '15 6:30:11 PM nombretomado
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* TakeThat: In a DVD-exclusive scene, Lois badmouths a DVD called ''Stymie Gruffin: The Untold Story'' (a rip-off of the ''FamilyGuy'' DVD-exclusive movie "Stewie Griffin: The Untold Stories"), deriding it as being "three episodes shown back-to-back" and that "FOX should be ashamed of themselves" (which gets cut off by two men in black suits dragging her away).

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* TakeThat: In a DVD-exclusive scene, Lois badmouths a DVD called ''Stymie Gruffin: The Untold Story'' (a rip-off of the ''FamilyGuy'' ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' DVD-exclusive movie "Stewie Griffin: The Untold Stories"), deriding it as being "three episodes shown back-to-back" and that "FOX should be ashamed of themselves" (which gets cut off by two men in black suits dragging her away).
12th Mar '15 12:59:24 PM Wartzanall
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* AnimationBump: Due to the original sequence in ''Film/AnchorsAweigh'' having full animation, Stewie is animated much more elaborately than usual during the dance number.

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* AnimationBump: Due to the original sequence in ''Film/AnchorsAweigh'' having full animation, Stewie is animated much more elaborately than usual during the dance number.number (also because they needed to cover up Jerry[[note]]the mouse from the Tom and Jerry cartoons[[/note]], who dances with Gene Kelly in the actual film).



* WeirdCurrency: The helicopter can be rented for cash, check or a jaunty tune. The reasoning for that last one is that the rental agreement was drafted when musicals were still culturally relevant.

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* TakeThat: In a DVD-exclusive scene, Lois badmouths a DVD called ''Stymie Gruffin: The Untold Story'' (a rip-off of the ''FamilyGuy'' DVD-exclusive movie "Stewie Griffin: The Untold Stories"), deriding it as being "three episodes shown back-to-back" and that "FOX should be ashamed of themselves" (which gets cut off by two men in black suits dragging her away).
* WeirdCurrency: The helicopter can be rented for cash, check or a jaunty tune. [[JustifiedTrope The reasoning for that last one is that the rental agreement was drafted when musicals were still culturally relevant.relevant]].
27th Jan '15 10:20:25 AM speedyboris
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* ShoutOut: When Stewie and Brian's helicopter is about to crash, [[Film/PlanesTrainsAndAutomobiles Brian looks over and imagines Stewie as the devil.]]

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* ShoutOut: When Stewie and Brian's helicopter is about to crash, [[Film/PlanesTrainsAndAutomobiles Brian looks over and imagines Stewie as the devil.]]]]
* WeirdCurrency: The helicopter can be rented for cash, check or a jaunty tune. The reasoning for that last one is that the rental agreement was drafted when musicals were still culturally relevant.
27th Jan '15 10:14:19 AM speedyboris
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* AnimationBump: Due to the original sequence in ''Film/AnchorsWeigh'' having full animation, Stewie is animated much more elaborately than usual during the dance number.

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* AnimationBump: Due to the original sequence in ''Film/AnchorsWeigh'' ''Film/AnchorsAweigh'' having full animation, Stewie is animated much more elaborately than usual during the dance number.
27th Jan '15 10:14:06 AM speedyboris
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'''Original air date''': January 28, 2007



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!!This episode contains examples of:

* AnimationBump: Due to the original sequence in ''Film/AnchorsWeigh'' having full animation, Stewie is animated much more elaborately than usual during the dance number.
* EvilLaugh: Devil Stewie emits one.
* RogerRabbitEffect: Stewie dances with Gene Kelly in a sequence from ''Film/AnchorsAweigh''.
* ShoutOut: When Stewie and Brian's helicopter is about to crash, [[Film/PlanesTrainsAndAutomobiles Brian looks over and imagines Stewie as the devil.]]
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