'''Original air date''': July 18, 2001

Picking up where "[[Recap/FamilyGuyS3E1TheThinWhiteLine The Thin White Line]]" left off (after a series of parodies of cliffhanger scenes from action shows, legal dramas, and soap operas), Brian settles into Hollywood, living with his CampGay cousin Jasper and taking on odd jobs in order to support himself while networking with Hollywood's many movie stars and producers -- until he gets a chance to direct X-rated movies. Meanwhile, Lois signs Stewie up for auditions for the show, ''Kids Say The Darndest Things'', and Stewie uses this opportunity to brainwash the masses with his latest invention.

!!This episode contains examples of:
* BigStupidDooDooHead: TropeNamer. Creator/BillCosby is seen interviewing a little girl on ''Kids Say'', who cries to him about a man who did something terrible to her. She describes him has having a scar on his left arm and "a big, stupid doo-doo head."
* {{Bowdlerize}}: In the Creator/Channel4 UK and the American free-TV version, Stewie's line, "God, look at me, having sex with a pig. I've become my father!" is removed.
* CreatorCameo: The first two porn composers are Ron Jones and Walter Murphy, the show's two composers. Both are depicted as [[SelfDeprecation fat and sleazy-looking]].
* {{Pixellation}}: The Woody is censored by mosaics. Sadly, the DVD version doesn't have an uncensored version of that scene.
* PreviouslyOn: Parodied; none of the scenes in said montage were from "[[Recap/FamilyGuyS3E1TheThinWhiteLine The Thin White Line]]".
* SoundtrackDissonance: At the Woodys, there's an award for Best Music in a porn film. The first two nominees play very typical porn music on synthesizer keyboards by sleazy men, but the third nominee is Music/JohnWilliams, whose full orchestra plays music from ''Franchise/IndianaJones''.
* TakeThat:
** According to Brian, it's less embarrassing to admit you're invited to a screening of the new Creator/ValKilmer picture than the new Creator/KevinCostner picture.
** To Creator/BillCosby: "I'm gonna sit here and enjoy it. And I like pudding. And ''Film/GhostDad'' was the best movie I've seen since ''Film/LeonardPart6''."