History Recap / FamilyGuyS8E14PeterAssment

1st Mar '16 11:36:57 PM KOman
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse
20th Feb '16 12:23:14 PM kataangluvr
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* PitySex: It's pretty much what happens to Angela in the end. Peter feels bad for her because she feels "lonely" for not being with someone for years. As you can imagine, no one is thrilled with this trope after Angela spent half the episode sexually harassing Peter and even tried to ''rape him''.
16th Jan '16 12:14:41 AM KOman
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* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale: Angela sexually harasses Peter and nobody, not even his family and friends, takes it seriously or even thinks it's possible.

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* BringMyBrownPants: Stewie's stage fright culminates in him breaking into tears and wetting himself.
* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale: Angela sexually harasses Peter and nobody, not even his family and friends, takes it seriously or even thinks it's possible. The harassment is apparently justified after she reveals that she's gone 10 years without any sexual activity.


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* {{Hypocrite}}: Quagmire tells Peter, a married heterosexual man, that refusing Angela will mark him as gay, yet he himself refuses Angela after [[InformedDeformity seeing her]]. When Peter finally goes through with the deed, he then criticizes Peter for cheating on Lois.
12th Mar '15 1:58:29 PM rocker1992
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse
27th Sep '14 4:46:46 AM WonkyTonkBotty
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* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: Angela sexually harasses Peter and nobody, not even his family and friends, takes it seriously or even thinks it's possible.

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* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale: Angela sexually harasses Peter and nobody, not even his family and friends, takes it seriously or even thinks it's possible.
19th Jul '14 11:31:52 PM BroomhandleJones
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Attending a play being held at the Little Clam Pre-School about Terri Schiavo, the Griffin family wait eagerly to see Stewie appear in the starring role as "The Plug." Succumbing to stage fright, however, Stewie wets himself, and begins crying, with Peter recording it all on video tape. Panning the camera down to another row in the auditorium, Peter notices actor Richard Dreyfuss, and begins recording him, while pestering him with personal questions. Deciding to sell the video to TMZ, Peter quickly becomes enthralled with being a Paparazzi, and decides to buy a professional-grade video camera. He then begins recording other town celebrities, including Tom Tucker, Mayor Adam West, and Ollie Williams, the latter whom smashes Peter's camera, as well as his glasses. Unable to fix them in time for work the next day, he decides to wear contacts instead.

Once he arrives at work, his boss, Angela, notices something different about his appearance and develops a sexual attraction for him. Angela begins hitting on Peter, enlisting him to do various odd sexual favors for her. This culminates in her inviting Peter to her house one evening, which Peter realizes as an attempt to have sex with him. Peter fears of going against her will result in being fired, and agrees to visit Angela. He then enlists his neighbor, Quagmire, to go with him, and hides inside Peter's clothing, planning to have sex with Angela, in the place of Peter. He soon backs out, however, when he finds Angela to be unattractive, leading Peter to have to refuse to have sex with her, and eventually being fired from his job.

Deciding to drink his problems away, Peter begins watching an old film featuring Robert Mitchum, in which he slaps a woman. Mitchum then breaks the fourth wall and tells Peter to stand up for himself. Deciding to use physical violence against Angela, Peter drives to her house, and discovers his boss attempting to commit suicide in her garage by inhaling the exhaust from her car. Quickly resuscitating her, Angela confesses that she has no hope in life, after not having been with another man for more than ten years. Deciding to help her out by getting her a date with another man, Peter disguises himself as a high society Englishman named "Reginald New York Knickerbocker." The two then have dinner together, before Angela brings her date back to the house and tries to seduce him, while still threatening to kill herself if he refuses. Peter, as Reginald, reluctantly agrees, rekindling her will to live. Seeing through his disguise, Angela then rehires Peter. Later, at The Drunken Clam with Quagmire and Joe, Peter then reveals that he had actually secretly paid Mort Goldman to have sex with his boss.

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Attending a play being held at the Little Clam Pre-School about Terri Schiavo, the Griffin family wait eagerly to see Stewie appear in the starring role as "The Plug." Succumbing to stage fright, however, Stewie wets himself, and begins crying, with Peter recording it all on video tape. Panning the camera down to another row in the auditorium, Peter notices actor Richard Dreyfuss, and begins recording him, while pestering him with personal questions. Deciding to sell the video to TMZ, Peter quickly becomes enthralled with being a Paparazzi, paparazzo, and decides to buy a professional-grade video camera. He then begins recording other town celebrities, including Tom Tucker, Mayor Adam West, celebrity punching and Ollie Williams, the latter whom smashes Peter's camera, as well as breaking his glasses. Unable glasses leads to fix them in time for work the next day, he decides to wear contacts instead.

Once he arrives at work, his boss, Angela, notices something different about his appearance and develops a sexual attraction for him.
Angela begins hitting on Peter, enlisting him to do various odd sexual favors for her. This culminates in her inviting Peter to her house one evening, which Peter realizes as an attempt to have sex with him. Peter fears of going against her will result in being fired, and agrees to visit Angela. He then enlists his neighbor, Quagmire, to go with him, and hides inside Peter's clothing, planning to have sex with Angela, in the place of Peter. He soon backs out, however, when he finds Angela to be unattractive, leading Peter to have to refuse to have sex with her, and eventually being fired from his job.

Deciding to drink his problems away, Peter begins watching an old film featuring Robert Mitchum, in which he slaps a woman. Mitchum then breaks the fourth wall and tells Peter to stand up for himself. Deciding to use physical violence against Angela, Peter drives to her house, and discovers his
(Peter's boss attempting at Pawtucket Brewery, voiced by Carrie "Princess Leia" Fisher) to commit suicide in her garage by inhaling hit on him during work. Meanwhile, Stewie gets stage fright during a school play about the exhaust from her car. Quickly resuscitating her, Angela confesses that she has no hope in life, after not having been with another man for more than ten years. Deciding to help her out by getting her a date with another man, Peter disguises himself as a high society Englishman named "Reginald New York Knickerbocker." The two then have dinner together, before Angela brings her date back to the house and tries to seduce him, while still threatening to kill herself if he refuses. Peter, as Reginald, reluctantly agrees, rekindling her will to live. Seeing through his disguise, Angela then rehires Peter. Later, at The Drunken Clam with Quagmire and Joe, Peter then reveals that he had actually secretly paid Mort Goldman to have sex with his boss.Terry Schiavo controversy.



* BringMeMyBrownPants
* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: Deconstructed. Angela sexually harasses Peter and nobody, not even his family and friends, takes it seriously or even thinks it's possible.

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* BringMeMyBrownPants
* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: Deconstructed. Angela sexually harasses Peter and nobody, not even his family and friends, takes it seriously or even thinks it's possible.



* HalfwayPlotSwitch: The rest of the episode focuses more on sexual harrasment, as opposed to Stewie trying to getting over his Stage Fright.

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* HalfwayPlotSwitch: The rest of the episode focuses more on Peter's sexual harrasment, as opposed to harassment, instead of Stewie trying to getting over his Stage Fright.stage fright.
28th Mar '14 9:23:49 AM rocker1992
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* BringMeMyBrownPants



* HalfwayPlotSwitch: The rest of the episode focuses more on sexual harrasment, as opposed to Stewie getting cured of his Stage Fright.

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* HalfwayPlotSwitch: The rest of the episode focuses more on sexual harrasment, as opposed to Stewie trying to getting cured of over his Stage Fright.
27th Mar '14 8:19:42 PM rocker1992
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* HalfwayPlotSwitch: The rest of the episode focuses more on sexual harrasemnt, as opposed to Stewie getting cured of his Stage Fright.

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* HalfwayPlotSwitch: The rest of the episode focuses more on sexual harrasemnt, harrasment, as opposed to Stewie getting cured of his Stage Fright.
27th Mar '14 8:19:26 PM rocker1992
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* HalfwayPlotSwitch: The rest of the episode focuses more on sexual harrasemnt, as opposed to Stewie getting cured of his Stage Fright.
14th Jan '13 6:09:02 AM MsCC93
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* TooSoon and WereStillRelevantDammit: InUniverse. Chris and Brian wonder if doing a play on the Terri Schiavo case is too soon or too late.

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* TooSoon and WereStillRelevantDammit: InUniverse. Chris and Brian wonder if doing a play on the Terri Schiavo case is too soon or too late.late.
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