Manson: So I see you're in a band. Chris: Yep. Manson: Listen, your parents tell me you've been acting out a little bit. And I just wanted to tell you, rock n' roll music is cool, but respect for your elders is a tune we can all dance to. Chris: Really? Manson: Sure. And the best way to start a fun-filled day of being a good citizen is with a healthy breakfast rich in breads and grains. And fruits are important, too. Chris: You mean like apples, oranges and bananas? Manson: Any of 'em, Chris. You can't miss. (...) Manson: Peter, when was the last time you and Chris here did something together? Peter: Boy, I guess it's been a while. Manson: Here's something you might not know: Children crave structure. They enjoy the fun of planned activities in which they and their parent or guardian can share a common goal. Maybe you could take Chris fishing. Peter: What do you say, Chris? You want to go fishing with your old man? Chris: Do I? Manson: (holds up fishing poles) Can't go without these!
Stewie: They'll come after you like Peter went after that hockey coach. [no cutaway] Oh, no clip? Oh, thought we had a clip. Nope. Okay.
Continuity Nod: When Brian is about to quit boot camp, Stewie chides him for never following through on anything, like quitting school and not finishing his novel, both of which were covered in episodes from season 4.
Robert: (to Amy) I bet you Debra really gave it to Ray today. I bet you she made a sandwich that wasn't very good, but he ate it anyway. And then she got mad at him 'cause he gave her a funny look. (downbeat) I miss Ray. Ohhhhh...