Original air date: April 18, 2000
!!This episode contains examples of:
* AbusiveParents: How Music/BingCrosby is portrayed.
--> '''Bing Crosby''': And if your kids give you any lip, you can beat 'em with a sack of sweet Valencia oranges. They won't leave a bruise, and they'll let 'em know who's boss. There's ''no'' doubt about it.
* DealWithTheDevil: Peter would sell his soul to be famous. Satan is about to close the deal, until he's informed that he ''already'' sold his soul in 1976 for Bee Gees tickets, and ''again'' in 1981 for half a Mallomar.
* FantasticRacism: Meg's bird calls end up seriously offending some pigeons. And [[Series/SesameStreet Big Bird]].
* IncrediblyLongNote: Peter holds the last word of his song about Meg ("MEEEEEEE!") ''through the commercial break'' and is still holding it at the start of the next act. This joke is ruined a bit on Adult Swim airings, since they put the commercial breaks in a different place.
* NotWhatItLooksLike: A bull was in a china shop looking at a vase when Peter's runaway golf ball crashed through the window and caused a DisasterDominoes effect that destroyed all the shop's china. The store owner then comes out of his office and sees the bull surrounded by the shattered merchandise.
-->'''Bull''': I know what you're thinking.
* PaperPeople: How Kate Moss is portrayed.
* SameSurnameMeansRelated: A brief cutaway reveals that Creator/KathyGriffin was a distant cousin of the show's Griffin family.
* ShoutOut: At one point while walking down the streets of New York, the scenery behind Peter and Meg switches to backdrops reminiscent of ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones''.
* TakeThat: To the dialogue on ''Series/MurphyBrown''.