History Recap / FamilyGuyS7E11NotAllDogsGoToHeaven

19th May '17 4:01:26 PM seminoles8
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-->'''Brian:''' I though he who is without sin can cast the first Prius.

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-->'''Brian:''' I though thought he who is without sin can cast the first Prius.
19th May '17 4:00:14 PM seminoles8
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** Subjective standpoint on that, especially if your religious. He basically told Meg there is no God by making her 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 you're religious. He basically told Meg there is no God by making her 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...
19th May '17 3:59:51 PM seminoles8
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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 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.

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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 looks like her dad.dad. Even though Meg doesn't really look anything like Peter nor is she really that fat. In fact her ugliest is pretty much 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.
3rd May '17 11:30:02 AM BoyNinja
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* {{Irony}}: Stewie got fed up by the ''Star Trek'' fans at the convention asking unrelated questions about ''Star Trek''. What is the first thing he does when he kidnaps the whole cast? Ask unrelated questions about ''Star Trek''.
10th Apr '17 6:04:27 PM nombretomado
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* AuthorTract: The popular audience reaction to this episode. On the DVD commentary, SethMacFarlane and the other writers defend that the heavy-handedness was a mistake, as he was trying to be as evenhanded as he could with the moral, as religion and atheism are touchy subjects to approach for a TV show. Apparently, there was a hitch in the plan, if the Internet complaints on this website and others are indicative of anything.

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* AuthorTract: The popular audience reaction to this episode. On the DVD commentary, SethMacFarlane Creator/SethMacFarlane and the other writers defend that the heavy-handedness was a mistake, as he was trying to be as evenhanded as he could with the moral, as religion and atheism are touchy subjects to approach for a TV show. Apparently, there was a hitch in the plan, if the Internet complaints on this website and others are indicative of anything.



* WriterOnBoard: The episode has been criticized for being a soapbox for SethMacFarlane to preach atheism, but if you listen to the DVD commentary, [=MacFarlane=] and the other writers (some of which are religious or had a religious upbringing, but aren't as devout) were actually trying to be as even-handed as they could with the whole religion vs. atheism argument, but do regret that they came off a little heavy-handed. As for regretting making the episode, they really don't, contrary to what's been heard, if only for the fact that they got to reunite and work with the cast of ''Star Trek: The Next Generation''.

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* WriterOnBoard: The episode has been criticized for being a soapbox for SethMacFarlane Creator/SethMacFarlane to preach atheism, but if you listen to the DVD commentary, [=MacFarlane=] and the other writers (some of which are religious or had a religious upbringing, but aren't as devout) were actually trying to be as even-handed as they could with the whole religion vs. atheism argument, but do regret that they came off a little heavy-handed. As for regretting making the episode, they really don't, contrary to what's been heard, if only for the fact that they got to reunite and work with the cast of ''Star Trek: The Next Generation''.
21st Feb '17 8:42:35 PM icewaterfire22
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* ContinuityNod: Stewie misprounounces Whil Wheaton's name as Whil Hwheaton, similar to how he would emphasize the 'h' in "Cool Whip" in "Barely Legal".
30th Nov '16 2:41:47 PM fruitstripegum
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* ShoutOut
** The title is a reference to ''AllDogsGoToHeaven''.
** Brian growls at Meg to the tune of "[[Music/NewKidsOnTheBlock You Got It (The Right Stuff)]]".
** [[Film/{{Caddyshack}} "You'll get nothing and like it!"]]
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Or pronounce, rather. [[Creator/WilWheaton "Hwil Hweaton!"]]


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* ShoutOut
** The title is a reference to ''AllDogsGoToHeaven''.
** Brian growls at Meg to the tune of "[[Music/NewKidsOnTheBlock You Got It (The Right Stuff)]]".
** [[Film/{{Caddyshack}} "You'll get nothing and like it!"]]
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Or pronounce, rather. [[Creator/WilWheaton "Hwil Hweaton!"]]
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''.
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