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Death Has a Shadow
The episode opens with the family watching an episode of .
The Brady Bunch When Aunt Jemimah arrives at the door, Peter says the only bad thing the neighborhood has is "Jemimah's Witnesses", a references of Jehovah's Witnesses.
Peter and his friends watch a porn parody of titles Casablanca Assablanca.
One of the potential new toys at the factory is called "G.I. Jew", a reference to the toys.
G.I. Joe A kid is expecting a "Pound Poochie", a parody of .
Pound Puppies The Kool-Aid Man burst into court shouting "Oh yeah!".
The ending has the Griffins watching a show featuring bloopers from Joanie Loves Chachi, featuring Eric reciting a tongue twister before getting attacked by a bear.
Mind Over Murder
Chitty Chitty Death Bang
Mind Over Murder
Peter watches Homicide: Life on Sesame Street, a mix of and Homicide: Life on the Street .
Sesame Street In the show, Bert makes a reference to the famous "eating cookies in the bed" sketch.
During a scene where agents are tracking Peter, who is under house arrest, the graphics on their screen resemble .
Pong A Hero Sits Next Door
Peter says that baseball is so fun it should "be illegal like copyright infringement", where at that moment, his face becomes that of Mickey Mouse.
In a cutaway, Peter attempts to sing the song "Jesus Loves Me" to a group of children, but gets confused and ends up singing the jingle to Skippy peanut butter.
Peter makes a Facts of Life Transformers toyline. He mentions that Natalie transforms into a dilophosaurus from .
Jurassic Park The Son Also Draws
The Youth Scouts are an obvious parody of the Boy Scouts.
Peter's spiritual guide is the Fonz from .
Happy Days The trees sing "Cat's in the Cradle" by Harry Chapin.
Brian: Portrait of a Dog
Lois and Brian are seen watching The Dick Van Dyke Show.
Peter reenacts a scene from . Even the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodsman are present!
The Wizard of Oz The line, "To The Popemobile!" is one to Series/Batman.
Furbies are seen on the assembly line at the Happy-Go-Lucky toy factory.
Let's Go To The Hop
The Kiss Seen Around the World
Peter Griffin: Husband, Father...Brother
When You Wish Upon a Weinstein
Brian watches Seinfeld, where George and Jerry repeatedly say the words "tickler stickler" back and forth to each other.
Fast Times at Buddy Cianci Jr. High
The Courtship of Stewie's Father
Stewie Loves Lois
The scene where Peter begs Tom Tucker to give him ice cream is a reference to Kramer vs. Kramer.
The Tan Aquatic with Steve Zissou
One of Stewie's final wishes is to visit the Chicago Museum of Art. There, Stewie stares at "Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte" accompanied to the song “Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want”.
No Chris Left Behind
Stewie remarks that he could one day be more powerful than King Friday.
Meet the Quagmires
Movin' Out (Brian's Song)
The title is a mix of the Billy Joel song "Movin' Out (Anthony's Song) and the film .
Brians Song Brian and Jillian are watching the Lifetime network watching the original movie Men Are Terrible and Will Hurt You Because This is Lifetime starring Valerie Bertinelli.
Peter tags along with Jillian to go see with her.
Disney On Ice Believe It or Not, Joe's Walking on Air
When Dr. Hartman shows pictures of potential leg designs for Joe, one of them feature the legs of Big Bird.
Cleveland gets saved from falling by Spider-Man.
At the end, Peter hums the show's theme song, replacing "Laugh and cry" with "Joke's on you".
Stewie Kills Lois
Once again, the Kool-Aid man bursts through the wall in court shouting "Oh yeah!".
Lois Kills Stewie
Stan Smith and Avery Bullock from appear.
American Dad! When Peter shoots Stewie, he says " It's just been revoked" from . When Brian says the line doesn't fit, he says "I'll have what she's having" from Lethal Weapon 2 .
When Harry Met Sally When Stewie and Brian argue about the cop-out "ending" to the simulation, Stewie says that at least it didn't end like the infamous cut-to-black ending to , but the episode ends before he finishes his statement.
The Sopranos Padre de Familia
The title is a Spanish translation of the show's title.
Peter makes the "American" equivalent of character Looney Tunes Speedy Gonzales called "Rapid Dave".
Peter sacrificing a goat to Toby Keith is a nod to .
Jurassic Park Peter shows that one of the odd jobs he had was being a nanny like Mary Poppins and he ends up crushing and killing Jane and Michael.
Peter refers to Michael as "McCutie", a reference to the nickname "McDreamy" from .
Grey's Anatomy McStroke
Back to the Woods
Peter poses as James Woods and appears on The Late Show with .
David Letterman Play It Again, Brian
The title is based on the much paraphrased line "Play it again, Sam" from . In addition, Casablanca Seth MacFarlane sings "As Time Goes By".
Stewie and Herbert play Scattergories, which Herbert says he's missing for.
Boy Meets World When Lois and Brian decide to rent a movie, Brian suggests , but Lois calls it an "abortion". They end up renting Vanilla Sky .
Roman Holiday Herbert reads Chris the story of and whistles the main theme of the famous composition.
Peter and the Wolf Peter's line "Was he bigger than me?" is a direct quote from .
Animal House The scene during Peter and Brian's fight where Brian kicks Peter in the nuts while he has a beer keg over his head is a nod to .
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Brian admits that he plagiarized his story from Summer of '42.
Mr. Quint from can be seen in the crowd during the final song.
Jaws The Former Life of Brian
Long John Peter
A cutaway shows that Peter is responsible for the murder of Nicole Brown-Smith and Ronald Goldman.
Peter attempts to sing "Down Under" by Men At Work.
Baby Not On Board
The Juice is Loose
Peter noting where one-eyed Willy buried his gold is from .
Road to the Multiverse
Go, Stewie, Go!
Brian Writes a Bestseller
Chris makes puppets of Jacob and Edward to reenact .
Twilight Foreign Affairs
Seahorse Seashell Party
Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q.
Stewie Goes for a Drive
Back to the Pilot
Cool Hand Peter
The title and plot are based on .
Cool Hand Luke The guys sing "The Babbitt and the Bromide" from Ziegfeld Follies while on the chain gang.
Grumpy Old Man
Babs says that Stewie can call Tom and Jerry when they get home.
Peter pulls off an old person's face as if he was a Scooby-Doo villain.
Meg and Quagmire
The Blind Side
Livin' on a Prayer
Tom Tucker: The Man and His Dream
Be Careful What You Fish For
Burning Down the Bayit
Stewie is scared of the cover of the album Queen News of the World.
You Can't Do That on Television, Peter
Mr. and Mrs. Stewie
Leggo My Meg-O
The plot is based on .
Taken Peter's words to the kidnappers over the phone are based on Liam Neeson's character's line from the film as well.
The title is based on the phrase "Leggo My Eggo!", the slogan for Eggo waffles.
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