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* ParentalObliviousness: In yet another example of clearly being an unfit parent (moreso than Lois, but, at least Peter has mental retardation as an excuse), Peter failing to notice a pedophile (Herbert) in Chris' room, or that Meg hanged herself. He also earns no redemption with Stewie (reading to him), as he not only shakes him (to get him to wake up to hear "Cinderella"), but frightens him even more earlier in the episode by reminding him of a home invasion.

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* ParentalObliviousness: In yet another example of clearly being an unfit parent (moreso than Lois, but, at least Peter has mental retardation as an excuse), Peter failing fails to notice a pedophile (Herbert) in Chris' room, or that Meg hanged herself. He also earns no redemption with Stewie (reading to him), as he not only shakes him (to get him to wake up to hear "Cinderella"), but frightens him even more earlier in the episode by reminding him of a home invasion.


** In the "Little Red Riding Hood" story, Stewie doesn't immediately buy the wolf's disguise like Red does in the original story, and when the wolf is cut open, Babs's half-digested corpse falls out (when most Red Riding Hood stories have the grandmother fully intact and not affected by digestive acids).
** In the "Cinderella" parody, Cinderella does get her prince, but, since she didn't know him very well before they married, the marriage was short-lived and they divorced.

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** In the "Little Red Riding Hood" story, Stewie doesn't immediately buy the wolf's disguise like Red does in the original story, and when the wolf is cut open, Babs's half-digested corpse falls out (when most Red Riding Hood stories have the grandmother fully intact and not affected by digestive acids).
acids). He also points out that itís really dangerous for a little girl to be traveling alone on-foot to their grandmothers house, which is 68 miles away.
** In the "Cinderella" parody, Cinderella does get her prince, but, since she didn't know him very well before they married, the marriage was short-lived and they divorced. Once to attempt self-improvement and a second time due to incompatibility.


* AbusiveParents: Peter, viciously shaking Stewie awake after he falls asleep while hearing "Little Red Riding Hood". * AdultsAreUseless: Peter not noticing (or caring) that [[DirtyOldMan Herbert]] is in Chris' room or that Meg hanged herself.

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* AbusiveParents: Peter, viciously shaking Stewie awake after he falls asleep while hearing "Little Red Riding Hood".
* AdultsAreUseless: Peter not noticing (or caring) that [[DirtyOldMan Herbert]] is in Chris' room or that Meg hanged herself.


* AbusiveParents and AdultsAreUseless: Peter, viciously shaking Stewie awake after the baby falls asleep while hearing "Little Red Riding Hood," and not noticing or caring that Herbert the Pedophile is in Chris' room or that Meg hanged herself.

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* AbusiveParents and AdultsAreUseless: AbusiveParents: Peter, viciously shaking Stewie awake after the baby he falls asleep while hearing "Little Red Riding Hood," and Hood". * AdultsAreUseless: Peter not noticing or caring (or caring) that Herbert the Pedophile [[DirtyOldMan Herbert]] is in Chris' room or that Meg hanged herself.



* BigDamnHero: Subverted with Peter as the Woodsman in the Little Red Riding Hood retelling, [[spoiler: he is most likely a lunatic running from door to door murdering people, judging by how he bursts into another house (offscreen) and kills another person)]].

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* BigDamnHero: Subverted with Peter as the Woodsman in the Little Red Riding Hood retelling, [[spoiler: he is most likely a lunatic running from door to door murdering people, judging by how he bursts into another house (offscreen) and kills another person)]].person).



* SuicideAsComedy: At the cut-to-black to close the episode, the feet and nightgown of whom the viewer is led to believe is Meg, implying she hung herself. Considering this show's penchant for NegativeContinuity, Meg will be back and alive by the time the next new episode premieres.

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* SuicideAsComedy: At the cut-to-black to close the episode, the feet and nightgown of whom the viewer is led to believe is Meg, implying she hung herself. Considering this show's penchant for NegativeContinuity, [[NegativeContinuity Meg will be back and is alive and well by the time the next new episode premieres.episode]].


* BiTheWay: Peter as the prince in Cinderella offhandedly mentions he'll take any princess or prince who fits the glass slipper, quickly adding that he's bi.


* TheCameo: Cleveland makes a vocal cameo in the first story as Little Boy Brown. In the uncensored version, he also appears in the third story conducting the orchestra and having them play [[WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow his theme song]].

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*{{Bowdlerization}}: The following changes were made between the TV version and the DVD version:
**Brian the wolf's line "I believed I was due an explanation about why she was such a fucking whore" in the "Little Red Riding Hood" parody had "fucking" bleeped out on TV.
**In the "Cinderella" parody: Princess!Stewie's line to Prince!Peter on the TV version was "Oh, I'm so fancy and moist." On the DVD version, the line is, "Oh, my butthole is so tight today."
* TheCameo: Cleveland makes a vocal cameo in the first story as Little Boy Brown. In the uncensored uncut DVD version, he also appears in the third story conducting the orchestra and having them play [[WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow his theme song]].



** In the "Jack and the Beanstalk" story, Jack is able to solve the money issues in his marriage, but his marriage with his wife still isn't free of issues.
** In the "Little Red Riding Hood" story, Stewie doesn't immediately buy the wolf's disguise like Red does, and when the wolf is cut open, Babs's half-digested corpse falls out.
** In the "Cinderella" parody, although Cinderella gets to marry the prince, they both end up getting divorced faster as well.

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** In the "Jack and the Beanstalk" story, Jack is able to solve the money issues in his marriage, but money doesn't solve the other problems in his marriage with his wife still isn't free of issues.
marriage.
** In the "Little Red Riding Hood" story, Stewie doesn't immediately buy the wolf's disguise like Red does, does in the original story, and when the wolf is cut open, Babs's half-digested corpse falls out.
out (when most Red Riding Hood stories have the grandmother fully intact and not affected by digestive acids).
** In the "Cinderella" parody, although Cinderella gets to marry the does get her prince, but, since she didn't know him very well before they both end up getting divorced faster as well. married, the marriage was short-lived and they divorced.


** In the "Little Red Riding Hood" story, Stewie doesn't immediately buy the wolf's disguise like Red does.

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** In the "Little Red Riding Hood" story, Stewie doesn't immediately buy the wolf's disguise like Red does.does, and when the wolf is cut open, Babs's half-digested corpse falls out.


->'''Airdate: January 12, 2014'''



* PaperThinDisguise: Stewie is incredulous that the Wolf dressing up as the grandmother could've possibly fooled anyone.

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* PaperThinDisguise: Lampshaded. Stewie is incredulous that the Wolf dressing up as the grandmother could've possibly fooled anyone.



* RealityEnsues:
** In the "Jack and the Beanstalk" story, Jack is able to solve the money issues in his marriage, but his marriage with his wife still isn't free of issues.
** In the "Little Red Riding Hood" story, Stewie doesn't immediately buy the wolf's disguise like Red does.
** In the "Cinderella" parody, although Cinderella gets to marry the prince, they both end up getting divorced faster as well.



* ThrowTheDogABone: For once, Meg gets a respectable role in one of the fiction stories Family Guy remakes.

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* ThrowTheDogABone: For once, Meg gets a respectable role in one of the fiction stories Family Guy remakes.
remakes (the Cinderella one).



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* ThrowTheDogABone: For once, Meg gets a respectable role in one of the fiction stories Family Guy remakes.


* BiTheWay: Peter as the prince in Cinderella offhandedly mentions he'll take any man who fits the glass slipper as well, quickly adding that he's bi.

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* BiTheWay: Peter as the prince in Cinderella offhandedly mentions he'll take any man princess or prince who fits the glass slipper as well, slipper, quickly adding that he's bi.

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* TheCameo: Cleveland makes a vocal cameo in the first story as Little Boy Brown. In the uncensored version, he also appears in the third story conducting the orchestra and having them play [[WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow his theme song]].


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* StealingTheCredit: Cinderella!Lois takes credit for her pink dress. The mice are disgusted and one is worried about the screenplay they gave her.

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* LampshadeHanging: Seeing Stewie and Meg are Cinderella's stepsisters, Lois breaks character and remarks how few female characters the show has.


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* PaperThinDisguise: Stewie is incredulous that the Wolf dressing up as the grandmother could've possibly fooled anyone.


*LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Stewie during the "Red Riding Hood" skit, when out-loud asks as to how the scene with the wolf disguised as Grandma is a scene.



* ParentalObliviousness: In yet another example of clearly being an unfit parent (moreso than Lois, but, at least Peter has mental retardation as an excuse), Peter failing to notice a pedophile (Herbert) in Chris' room, or that Meg hanged herself. He also earns no redemption with Stewie (reading to him), as he not only shakes him (to get him to wake up to hear "Cinderella"), but frightens him even more by reminding him of a school shooting.
* ShoutOut: A minor example, but Brian running to avoid being transformed into a horse was directly lifted from the Disney version (with Gus the mouse)

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* ParentalObliviousness: In yet another example of clearly being an unfit parent (moreso than Lois, but, at least Peter has mental retardation as an excuse), Peter failing to notice a pedophile (Herbert) in Chris' room, or that Meg hanged herself. He also earns no redemption with Stewie (reading to him), as he not only shakes him (to get him to wake up to hear "Cinderella"), but frightens him even more earlier in the episode by reminding him of a school shooting.
home invasion.
* ShoutOut: A A couple of minor example, examples, but Brian running to avoid being transformed into a horse was and the mice having made Lois' (playing Cinderella) were directly lifted from the Disney version (with Gus the mouse)mouse with the former)


** ''Cinderella'' has Cinderella (Lois) and Prince Charming (Peter) marry, but they have difficulties with their marriage, and they're not friends on Facebook anymore.

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** ''Cinderella'' has Cinderella (Lois) and Prince Charming (Peter) marry, but they have difficulties with their marriage, and they're not friends on Facebook Twitter anymore.

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* AllGermansAreNazis: Mort appears in Jack and the Beanstalk as a hideous troll, saying he looks like that because all the fairy tales were written by Germans.
* AssShove: A quick gag at the end of Jack and Beanstalk has Bruce planting some of the magic beans and squatting patiently over the spot.


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* LackOfEmpathy: The Fairy Godmother, played by Adam West, transforms Brian and Joe against their will, with Joe implying it hurts. After the spell wears off, Cinderella!Lois laments having to leave the ball early as she's lying on the backs of a ragged Joe and exhausted Brian.


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* PainfulTransformation: Joe being transformed into the carriage in Cinderella repeatedly shouts that it hurts.

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