History Recap / FamilyGuyS7E11NotAllDogsGoToHeaven

24th Sep '16 5:56:16 AM DannWoolf
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At a ''Franchise/StarTrek'' convention, Peter makes Meg take a picture of what appears to be a fan dressed as a Klingon, but he actually has the mumps and since Meg didn't get a mumps shot, she contracts them.Meanwhile, at the convention, Stewie attends a Q&A session in hopes of asking questions to the cast of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. However, he doesn't get a chance to ask any question and all the questions the fans ask are for menial problems not even related to ''Star Trek''.

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At a ''Franchise/StarTrek'' convention, Peter makes Meg take a picture of what appears to be a fan dressed as a Klingon, but he actually has the mumps and since Meg didn't get a mumps shot, she contracts them. Meanwhile, at the convention, Stewie attends a Q&A session in hopes of asking questions to the cast of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. However, he doesn't get a chance to ask any question and all the questions the fans ask are for menial problems not even related to ''Star Trek''.
14th Aug '16 9:32:34 AM 123456789
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Meg, at the end of the episode.
24th Jul '16 10:35:31 AM nombretomado
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* BookBurning: Meg attends one. Among the books burned are ''[[CharlesDarwin The Origin of Species]]'', ''[[StephenHawking A Brief History of Space and Time]]'' and ''Logic for First Graders''.

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* BookBurning: Meg attends one. Among the books burned are ''[[CharlesDarwin ''[[UsefulNotes/CharlesDarwin The Origin of Species]]'', ''[[StephenHawking A Brief History of Space and Time]]'' and ''Logic for First Graders''.
6th Dec '15 10:42:53 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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At a ''Franchise/StarTrek'' convention, Peter makes Meg take a picture of what appears to be a fan dressed as a Klingon, but he actually has the mumps and since Meg didn't get a mumps shot, she contracts them. While Meg is sick in bed, she gets a TV rolled in with only one channel, a religious channel. On the channel, she watches a show where Kirk Cameron preaches that God loves and cares for everyone on this earth, which makes Meg feel happy about herself and as a result, she becomes a born-again Christian.

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At a ''Franchise/StarTrek'' convention, Peter makes Meg take a picture of what appears to be a fan dressed as a Klingon, but he actually has the mumps and since Meg didn't get a mumps shot, she contracts them. Meanwhile, at the convention, Stewie attends a Q&A session in hopes of asking questions to the cast of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. However, he doesn't get a chance to ask any question and all the questions the fans ask are for menial problems not even related to ''Star Trek''.

While Meg is sick in bed, she gets a TV rolled in with only one channel, a religious channel. On the channel, she watches a show where Kirk Cameron preaches that God loves and cares for everyone on this earth, which makes Meg feel happy about herself and as a result, she becomes a born-again Christian.



Meanwhile, at the convention, Stewie attends a Q&A session in hopes of asking questions to the cast of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. However, he doesn't get a chance to ask any question and all the questions the fans ask are for menial problems not even related to ''Star Trek''. Furious, Stewie uses his teleporter to kidnap the cast and makes them spend the day with him. Throughout the day, the cast acts selfish and childish, which gets on Stewie’s nerves. At the end of the day, Stewie scolds the cast for ruining ''Star Trek: The Next Generation'' for him and wishes that they all die.

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Meanwhile, at the convention, Stewie attends a Q&A session in hopes of asking questions to the cast of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. However, he doesn't get a chance to ask any question and all the questions the fans ask are for menial problems not even related to ''Star Trek''. Furious, furious Stewie uses his teleporter to kidnap the cast and makes them spend the day with him. Throughout the day, the cast acts selfish and childish, which gets on Stewie’s nerves. At the end of the day, Stewie scolds the cast for ruining ''Star Trek: The Next Generation'' for him and wishes that they all die.



* TrailersAlwaysLie: Most episode summaries in cable and TV guides and promos play up the whole "Stewie hangs out with the ''Star Trek: TNG'' cast" story.

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* TrailersAlwaysLie: Most episode summaries in cable and TV guides and promos play up the whole "Stewie hangs out with the ''Star Trek: TNG'' cast" story. The story is important for featuring an array of guest stars, but it's not the titular plot and not pictured on the page for the episode.
20th Sep '15 1:15:17 PM qwertyman
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** Actually it's sort of averted really, especially when you consider one of the points in his speech is that God can't be real because Meg who in spite of having a "hot mom" she look like her dad.Even though Meg doesn't really look anything like Peter nor is she really that fat. In fact her ugliest is pretty much and [[InformedFlaw informed flaw]] and Lois "hotness" is pretty much informed too.

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** Actually it's sort of averted really, especially when you consider one of the points in his speech is that God can't be real because Meg who in spite of having a "hot mom" she look like her dad.Even though Meg doesn't really look anything like Peter nor is she really that fat. In fact her ugliest is pretty much and an [[InformedFlaw informed flaw]] and Lois "hotness" is pretty much informed too.Which makes alot of the points he made look really flimsy and insensitive.
20th Sep '15 7:50:19 AM qwertyman
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** Actually it's sort of averted really, especially when you consider one of his speech is saying that can't be real because she was ugly and fat. Even though her ugliest is pretty much and [[InformedFlaw informed flaw]]

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** Actually it's sort of averted really, especially when you consider one of the points in his speech is saying that God can't be real because Meg who in spite of having a "hot mom" she was ugly and fat. look like her dad.Even though Meg doesn't really look anything like Peter nor is she really that fat. In fact her ugliest is pretty much and [[InformedFlaw informed flaw]]flaw]] and Lois "hotness" is pretty much informed too.
20th Sep '15 7:36:14 AM qwertyman
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**Actually it's sort of averted really, especially when you consider one of his speech is saying that can't be real because she was ugly and fat. Even though her ugliest is pretty much and [[InformedFlaw informed flaw]]
22nd Aug '15 8:55:59 AM Mikeyfan93
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At a ''Franchise/StarTrek'' convention, Peter makes Meg take a picture of what appears to be a fan dressed as a Klingon, but he actually has the mumps and since Meg didn't get a mumps shot, she contracts them. While Meg is sick in bed, she gets a TV rolled in and watches the religion channel. On the channel, she watches a show where Kirk Cameron preaches that God loves and cares for everyone on this earth, which makes Meg feel happy about herself and as a result, she becomes a born-again Christian.

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At a ''Franchise/StarTrek'' convention, Peter makes Meg take a picture of what appears to be a fan dressed as a Klingon, but he actually has the mumps and since Meg didn't get a mumps shot, she contracts them. While Meg is sick in bed, she gets a TV rolled in and watches the religion with only one channel, a religious channel. On the channel, she watches a show where Kirk Cameron preaches that God loves and cares for everyone on this earth, which makes Meg feel happy about herself and as a result, she becomes a born-again Christian.
14th Aug '15 5:56:12 PM azul120
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** [[{{Film/Caddyshack}} "You'll get nothing and like it!"]]

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** [[{{Film/Caddyshack}} [[Film/{{Caddyshack}} "You'll get nothing and like it!"]]
21st Apr '15 9:22:50 AM Spoilerhater
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** Subjective standpoint on that, especially if your religious. He basically told Meg there is no God by making her that believe that a loving God wouldn't make her a ButtMonkey. When you consider that in the beginning of the show, she was a relatively normal teenager with loving and supportive parents, well...

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** Subjective standpoint on that, especially if your religious. He basically told Meg there is no God by making her that believe that a loving God wouldn't make her a ButtMonkey. When you consider that in the beginning of the show, she was a relatively normal teenager with loving and supportive parents, well...
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