History Recap / FamilyGuyS8E2FamilyGoy

19th Apr '16 11:55:51 PM erforce
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** Peter tries to shoot Lois and Mort a la [[SchindlersList Amon Goetz]], right down to the way he puts away a cigarette.
** Stewie [[IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom tears Meg's heart out of her chest]].
** Peter asks Francis' ghost to tell him [[TheEmpireStrikesBack "Luke, you must go to the Dagobah system"]].

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** Peter tries to shoot Lois and Mort a la [[SchindlersList [[Film/SchindlersList Amon Goetz]], right down to the way he puts away a cigarette.
** Stewie [[IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom [[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom tears Meg's heart out of her chest]].
** Peter asks Francis' ghost to tell him [[TheEmpireStrikesBack [[Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack "Luke, you must go to the Dagobah system"]].
30th Jan '16 5:27:54 PM nombretomado
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* SpecialEditionTitle: A sendup of ''SuperFriends''.

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* SpecialEditionTitle: A sendup of ''SuperFriends''.''{{WesternAnimation/Superfriends}}''.
6th Dec '15 10:59:29 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* CallBack: This marks the second appearance of Max Weinstein from "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein". Although since that episode went unaired for a long time, it could count as ContinuityLockout for some.

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* CallBack: This marks the second appearance of Max Weinstein from "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein". Although since that episode went unaired for a long time, time and wasn't shown in some syndication loops prior to August 2010, it could count as ContinuityLockout for some.
6th Dec '15 10:58:59 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* CallBack: This marks the second appearance of Max Weinstein from "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein".

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* CallBack: This marks the second appearance of Max Weinstein from "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein". Although since that episode went unaired for a long time, it could count as ContinuityLockout for some.
19th Jul '14 11:19:19 PM BroomhandleJones
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When Lois thinks she has a lump on her breast, she goes to Dr. Hartman to see if it's breast cancer. It turns out she doesn't, but when Hartman looks through her family records, he shows Lois that her mother was a Holocaust survivor, revealing that she is Jewish. A visit to her parents conforms this, as Barbara reveals she hid her faith so Carter can get into the country club. While Lois and the kids start adapting to Jewish life, Peter embraces his newfound faith. That night, Peter recieves a ghostly visit from his late step-father Francis, who tells him that he'll go to Hell if he doesn't follow the Catholic faith. This turns Peter into an anti-Semite and Lois, not wanting to give into intimidation like her mother did, decides to fully embrace her Jewish side and have a Passover Seder, much to Peter's chagrin. During an argument between the two at the Seder, Jesus Christ shows up to tell Peter that Judaism and Catholicism are very similar to each other. Peter and Lois admit their reasons for their boorish behavior and apologize to each other. When Peter asks Jesus what religion they should follow, he says they're all crap (or "horseshit," if you're watching the DVD version), which atheist Brian replies "''Thank'' you!".

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When Lois thinks she has a lump on her breast, she goes to Dr. Hartman to see if it's breast cancer. It turns out she doesn't, but when Hartman looks through her family records, he shows Lois that her mother was a Holocaust survivor, revealing that she is Jewish. A visit to her parents conforms this, as Barbara reveals she hid her faith so Carter can get into the country club. While Lois and the kids start adapting to Jewish life, Peter embraces his newfound faith. That night, Peter recieves a ghostly visit from his late step-father Francis, who tells him that he'll go to Hell if he doesn't follow the Catholic faith. This turns Peter into an anti-Semite and Lois, not wanting to give into intimidation like her mother did, decides to fully embrace her Jewish side and have a Passover Seder, much to Peter's chagrin. During an argument between the two at the Seder, Jesus Christ shows up to tell Peter that Judaism and Catholicism are very similar to each other. Peter and Lois admit their reasons for their boorish behavior and apologize to each other. When Peter asks Jesus what religion they should follow, he says they're all crap (or "horseshit," if you're watching the DVD version), which atheist Brian replies "''Thank'' you!".
10th Apr '14 5:07:27 PM RhoEpsilon
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When Lois thinks she has a lump on her breast, she goes to Dr. Hartman to see if it's breast cancer. It turns out she doesn't, but when Hartman looks through her family records, he shows Lois that her mother was a Holocaust survivor, revealing that she is Jewish. A visit to her parents conforms this, as Barbara reveals she hid her faith so Carter can get into the country club. While Lois and the kids start adapting to Jewish life, Peter embraces his newfound faith. That night, Peter recieves a ghostly visit from his late step-father Francis, who tells him that he'll go to Hell if he doesn't follow the Catholic faith. This turns Peter into an anti-Semite and Lois, not wanting to give into intimidation like her mother did, decides to fully embrace her Jewish side and have a Passover Seder, much to Peter's chagrin. During an argument between the two at the Seder, Jesus Christ shows up to tell Peter that Judaism and Catholicism are very similar to each other. Peter and Lois admit their reasons for their boorish behavior and apologize to each other. When Peter asks Jesus what religion they should follow, he says they're all crap, which atheist Brian replies "''Thank'' you!".

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When Lois thinks she has a lump on her breast, she goes to Dr. Hartman to see if it's breast cancer. It turns out she doesn't, but when Hartman looks through her family records, he shows Lois that her mother was a Holocaust survivor, revealing that she is Jewish. A visit to her parents conforms this, as Barbara reveals she hid her faith so Carter can get into the country club. While Lois and the kids start adapting to Jewish life, Peter embraces his newfound faith. That night, Peter recieves a ghostly visit from his late step-father Francis, who tells him that he'll go to Hell if he doesn't follow the Catholic faith. This turns Peter into an anti-Semite and Lois, not wanting to give into intimidation like her mother did, decides to fully embrace her Jewish side and have a Passover Seder, much to Peter's chagrin. During an argument between the two at the Seder, Jesus Christ shows up to tell Peter that Judaism and Catholicism are very similar to each other. Peter and Lois admit their reasons for their boorish behavior and apologize to each other. When Peter asks Jesus what religion they should follow, he says they're all crap, crap (or "horseshit," if you're watching the DVD version), which atheist Brian replies "''Thank'' you!".
10th Apr '14 5:04:36 PM RhoEpsilon
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* HilarityEnsues: Peter shooting at someone as a sport would immediately have him arrested in the real world (in the very least, attempted murder)d, and because one of his targets was a Jew, he'd likely be charged with a hate crime as well! Additionally, Joe's lack of actions (not only failing to do anything but also engaging in the same crime as Peter) would have him immediately removed from the force, blacklisted from ever working as a police officer and other severe actions such as arrest. The fact that nothing happens after a hate crime is committed is a typical day in Quahog.
19th Dec '13 11:44:19 AM Briguy52748
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* HilarityEnsues: Peter shooting at someone as a sport would immediately have him arrested in the real world (in the very least, attempted murder)d, and because one of his targets was a Jew, he'd likely be charged with a hate crime as well! Additionally, Joe's lack of actions (not only failing to do anything but also engaging in the same crime as Peter) would have him immediately removed from the force, blacklisted from ever working as a police officer and other severe actions such as arrest. The fact that nothing happens after a hate crime is committed is a typical day in Quahog.
19th Dec '13 11:40:20 AM Briguy52748
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* DirtyCop: Not only does he not arrest Peter for shooting at Mort (for simply being Jewish), Joe '''''also shoots at Mort''''' -- and it's all as a friendly "good morning" (as Mort resignedly says)!
9th Nov '13 9:32:05 AM HellKillUsAll
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** Peter tries to shoot Lois and Mort a la [[SchindlersList Amon Goetz]], right down to putting away the cigarette.

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** Peter tries to shoot Lois and Mort a la [[SchindlersList Amon Goetz]], right down to putting the way he puts away the a cigarette.
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