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* AllMenArePerverts: The moral of this episode ... and yes, this means even Jesus by episode's end.

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* AllMenArePerverts: The moral of this episode ... and yes, this means even Jesus by episode's the end.



* ChristmasEpisode.

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* %%* ChristmasEpisode.



* WoundedGazelleGambit: The ending reveals Jesus pulled this on Peter. He acts all lonely and pathetic at Christmastime, even showing Peter a depressing apartment.

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* WoundedGazelleGambit: The ending reveals Jesus pulled this on Peter. He acts all lonely and pathetic at Christmastime, Christmas-time, even showing Peter a depressing apartment.

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** The closing where Rupert gives Stewie a Joni Mitchell CD and Stewie wonders who the necklace was for, is in reference to a scene in the film Film/LoveActually.


* EveryoneHasStandards: After Peter dumps his computer in the ocean (see below), Seamus brings up his boat's fishing net, which is full of other computers.
-->'''Seamus:''' A lot of scumbags out today.
* {{Irony}}: Stewie happily notes this to Brian: "You're an atheist and the one guy you don't believe in is getting to bang the woman of your dreams."



* SecretTest: After the truth comes out, Jesus nervously tries to claim he did this to teach Peter and Lois about temptation. It's a lie, but they fall for it.



* VirginShaming: The entire premise of the episode centers around the main protagonists helping Jesus lose his celibacy.

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* TakeThat: Peter tries to get to the hotel to stop Jesus and Lois, but another man needs the car because Lenny Kravitz is gonna sleep with his daughter. Peter feels the guy's problem is worse and lets him take the car.
* VirginShaming: The entire premise of the episode centers around the main protagonists helping Jesus lose his celibacy.celibacy.
* WoundedGazelleGambit: The ending reveals Jesus pulled this on Peter. He acts all lonely and pathetic at Christmastime, even showing Peter a depressing apartment.


In "'''The 2,000-Year-Old Virgin'''," the character of Jesus Christ makes his return as a central character, his first since Season 7's "[[FamilyGuyS7E2IDreamOfJesus I Dream of Jesus]]." In this ChristmasEpisode, the Griffins meet Jesus at Quahog Mall, learn that he is a virgin, and become determined to help him meet women and have sex with them.

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In "'''The 2,000-Year-Old Virgin'''," the character of Jesus Christ makes his return as a central character, his first since Season 7's "[[FamilyGuyS7E2IDreamOfJesus "[[Recap/FamilyGuyS7E2IDreamofJesus I Dream of Jesus]]." In this ChristmasEpisode, the Griffins meet Jesus at Quahog Mall, learn that he is a virgin, and become determined to help him meet women and have sex with them.


* AManIsNotAVirgin: The entire premise of the episode centers around the main protagonists helping Jesus lose his celibacy.



** Music/CarrieUnderwood and her song "Jesus, Take the Wheel": The song takes on a literal meaning; while Underwood is driving a car being pursued by a police car, she asks Jesus to "take the wheel," so she can fire a shotgun back at the police car.

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** Music/CarrieUnderwood and her song "Jesus, Take the Wheel": The song takes on a literal meaning; while Underwood is driving a car being pursued by a police car, she asks Jesus to "take the wheel," so she can fire a shotgun back at the police car.car.
* VirginShaming: The entire premise of the episode centers around the main protagonists helping Jesus lose his celibacy.


** CarrieUnderwood and her song "Jesus, Take the Wheel": The song takes on a literal meaning; while Underwood is driving a car being pursued by a police car, she asks Jesus to "take the wheel," so she can fire a shotgun back at the police car.
* UnfortunateImplications: The idea to some -- in-universe in this episode, this means Peter and his buddies -- that a celibate Jesus is unworthy of friendship and even living and breathing.

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** CarrieUnderwood Music/CarrieUnderwood and her song "Jesus, Take the Wheel": The song takes on a literal meaning; while Underwood is driving a car being pursued by a police car, she asks Jesus to "take the wheel," so she can fire a shotgun back at the police car.
* UnfortunateImplications: The idea to some -- in-universe in this episode, this means Peter and his buddies -- that a celibate Jesus is unworthy of friendship and even living and breathing.
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* PaedoHunt: Implied once again with Peter; while trying to open a browser window to help Jesus set up a Facebook account, he accidentally maximizes a window with content that is not directly identified. However, Joe asks Peter ([[ADateWithRosiePalms who had been making comments about the content]] he did see) directly, "Peter, how old is that girl?". Peter realizes what he is being asked and quickly dumps the computer in the ocean.

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* PaedoHunt: Implied once again with Peter; while trying to open a browser window to help Jesus set up a Facebook account, he accidentally maximizes a window with content that is not directly identified. However, Joe asks Peter ([[ADateWithRosiePalms who had been making comments about the content]] he did see) directly, "Peter, how old is that girl?". Peter [[OhCrap realizes what he is being asked asked]] and quickly dumps the computer in the ocean.


* AllMenArePerverts: The moral of this episode ... and yes, this means even Jesus by episode's end.
* CelibateHero: Peter scoffs at the thought that Jesus is one of these.



* AManIsNotAVirgin: The entire premise of the episode centers around helping Jesus lose his celibacy.

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* AManIsNotAVirgin: The entire premise of the episode centers around the main protagonists helping Jesus lose his celibacy.

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* AManIsNotAVirgin: The entire premise of the episode centers around helping Jesus lose his celibacy.


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* UnfortunateImplications: The idea to some -- in-universe in this episode, this means Peter and his buddies -- that a celibate Jesus is unworthy of friendship and even living and breathing.


* PaedoHunt: Implied once again with Peter; while trying to open a browser window to help Jesus set up a Facebook account, he accidentally maximizes a window with content that is not directly identified. Joe asks Peter ([[ADateWithRosiePalms who had been making comments about the content]] he did see) directly, "Peter, how old is that girl?". Peter realizes what he is being asked and quickly dumps the computer in the ocean.

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* PaedoHunt: Implied once again with Peter; while trying to open a browser window to help Jesus set up a Facebook account, he accidentally maximizes a window with content that is not directly identified. However, Joe asks Peter ([[ADateWithRosiePalms who had been making comments about the content]] he did see) directly, "Peter, how old is that girl?". Peter realizes what he is being asked and quickly dumps the computer in the ocean.


* PaedoHunt: Implied once again with Peter; while trying to open a browser window to help Jesus set up a Facebook account, he accidentally maximizes a window with content that is not directly identified. Joe asks Peter ([[ADateWithRosyPalms who had been making comments about the content]] he did see) directly, "Peter, how old is that girl?". Peter realizes what he is being asked and quickly dumps the computer in the ocean.

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* PaedoHunt: Implied once again with Peter; while trying to open a browser window to help Jesus set up a Facebook account, he accidentally maximizes a window with content that is not directly identified. Joe asks Peter ([[ADateWithRosyPalms ([[ADateWithRosiePalms who had been making comments about the content]] he did see) directly, "Peter, how old is that girl?". Peter realizes what he is being asked and quickly dumps the computer in the ocean.

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In "'''The 2,000-Year-Old Virgin'''," the character of Jesus Christ makes his return as a central character, his first since Season 7's "[[FamilyGuyS7E2IDreamOfJesus I Dream of Jesus]]." In this ChristmasEpisode, the Griffins meet Jesus at Quahog Mall, learn that he is a virgin, and become determined to help him meet women and have sex with them.

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* ChristmasEpisode.
* PaedoHunt: Implied once again with Peter; while trying to open a browser window to help Jesus set up a Facebook account, he accidentally maximizes a window with content that is not directly identified. Joe asks Peter ([[ADateWithRosyPalms who had been making comments about the content]] he did see) directly, "Peter, how old is that girl?". Peter realizes what he is being asked and quickly dumps the computer in the ocean.
* ShoutOut:
** CarrieUnderwood and her song "Jesus, Take the Wheel": The song takes on a literal meaning; while Underwood is driving a car being pursued by a police car, she asks Jesus to "take the wheel," so she can fire a shotgun back at the police car.

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