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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
** "It's time you started acting like the Pieceaschmidt you are."
** The "Diamonds" cutaway gag advertisement which shows a woman receiving a diamond ring as a gift and she kisses her significant other before suddenly dropping down...cutting to black with the writing "She'll pretty much have to." According to the DVD commentary, they originally had her go completely offscreen as the man smiles, and while the censors allowed them to keep the joke, there was a lot of exact frame-by-frame deliberation about how far down she was allowed to go before the cut (contrast with the UK cut, which completely removed the punchline to that joke).

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* {{Bowdlerisation}}: On Channel 4 in the UK, Peter's line about Cherrywood Manor being the first Presidential whorehouse was cut to remove the picture of Abraham Lincoln photographed with a prostitute with his stovepipe hat covering his erection (though, not Peter's line about Lincoln having "jungle fever"[[note]]someone having "jungle fever" is slang -- albeit racist slang -- for being sexually attracted to black people, particularly African-Americans, similar to having "yellow fever" means being sexually attracted to Asians[[/note]]).
** Also edited on Channel 4 (and the free-TV American syndicated version [as opposed to the Creator/AdultSwim version, which is uncensored]) is the cutaway of Peter being sworn into court and replying, "I do, you bastard." The edited version cuts it down to "I do," which ruins Peter's line setting up the cutaway about how it's okay to swear (though the edited version also makes this a StealthPun showing that the only time it's okay to swear is if you're going on the witness stand in court).

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* {{Bowdlerisation}}: {{Bowdlerisation}}:
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On Channel 4 in the UK, Peter's line about Cherrywood Manor being the first Presidential whorehouse was cut to remove the picture of Abraham Lincoln photographed with a prostitute with his stovepipe hat covering his erection (though, not Peter's line about Lincoln having "jungle fever"[[note]]someone having "jungle fever" is slang -- albeit racist slang -- for being sexually attracted to black people, particularly African-Americans, similar to having "yellow fever" means being sexually attracted to Asians[[/note]]).
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** Also edited on Channel 4 (and the free-TV American syndicated version [as opposed to the Creator/AdultSwim version, which is uncensored]) version) is the cutaway of Peter being sworn into court and replying, "I do, you bastard." The edited version cuts it down to "I do," which ruins Peter's line setting up the cutaway about how it's okay to swear (though the edited version line[[note]]though this also makes this it a StealthPun StealthPun, showing that the only time it's okay to swear is if you're going on the witness stand in court).court[[/note]].


* {{Bowdlerisation}}: On Channel 4 in the UK, Peter's line about Cherrywood Manor being the first Presidential whorehouse was cut to remove the picture of Abraham Lincoln photographed with a prostitute with his stovepipe hat covering his erection (though, not Peter's line about Lincoln having "jungle fever"[[note]]someone having "jungle fever" is slang -- albeit racist slang -- for being sexually attracted to black people, particularly African-Americans, similar to having "yellow fever" means being sexually attracted to Asians[[/note]]

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* {{Bowdlerisation}}: On Channel 4 in the UK, Peter's line about Cherrywood Manor being the first Presidential whorehouse was cut to remove the picture of Abraham Lincoln photographed with a prostitute with his stovepipe hat covering his erection (though, not Peter's line about Lincoln having "jungle fever"[[note]]someone having "jungle fever" is slang -- albeit racist slang -- for being sexually attracted to black people, particularly African-Americans, similar to having "yellow fever" means being sexually attracted to Asians[[/note]]Asians[[/note]]).



** The "Diamonds" cutaway gag advertisement which shows a woman receiving a diamond ring as a gift and she kisses her significant other before suddenly dropping down...cutting to black with the writing "She'll pretty much have to." According to the DVD commentary, they originally had her go completely offscreen as the man smiles, and while the censors allowed them to keep the joke, there was a lot of exact frame-by-frame deliberation about how far down she was allowed to go before the cut.

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** The "Diamonds" cutaway gag advertisement which shows a woman receiving a diamond ring as a gift and she kisses her significant other before suddenly dropping down...cutting to black with the writing "She'll pretty much have to." According to the DVD commentary, they originally had her go completely offscreen as the man smiles, and while the censors allowed them to keep the joke, there was a lot of exact frame-by-frame deliberation about how far down she was allowed to go before the cut.cut (contrast with the UK cut, which completely removed the punchline to that joke).


* {{Bowdlerisation}}: On Channel 4 in the UK, any mention of Cherrywood Manor being America's first Presidential whorehouse is removed.

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* {{Bowdlerisation}}: On Channel 4 in the UK, any mention of Peter's line about Cherrywood Manor being America's the first Presidential whorehouse was cut to remove the picture of Abraham Lincoln photographed with a prostitute with his stovepipe hat covering his erection (though, not Peter's line about Lincoln having "jungle fever"[[note]]someone having "jungle fever" is removed. slang -- albeit racist slang -- for being sexually attracted to black people, particularly African-Americans, similar to having "yellow fever" means being sexually attracted to Asians[[/note]]


** The episode title comes from the nursery rhyme "Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater." [[note]] The second line is "[[UnableToSupportAWife Had a wife, but couldn't keep her]]."

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** The episode title comes from the nursery rhyme "Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater." [[note]] The Note how the second line is "[[UnableToSupportAWife Had a wife, but couldn't keep her]]."


** The "Diamonds" cutaway gag advertisement which shows a woman receiving a diamond ring as a gift and she kisses her significant other before suddenly dropping down...cutting to black with the writing "She'll pretty much have to." According to the DVD commentary, they originally had her go completely offscreen as the man smiles, and while the censors allowed them to keep the joke, there was a lot of deliberation about the exact ''frame'' of how far down she could go they had to cut at.

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** The "Diamonds" cutaway gag advertisement which shows a woman receiving a diamond ring as a gift and she kisses her significant other before suddenly dropping down...cutting to black with the writing "She'll pretty much have to." According to the DVD commentary, they originally had her go completely offscreen as the man smiles, and while the censors allowed them to keep the joke, there was a lot of exact frame-by-frame deliberation about the exact ''frame'' of how far down she could was allowed to go they had to cut at.before the cut.


* SongParody: "This House Is Freakin' Sweet", a soundalike of "I Think I'm Gonna Like it Here" from ''[[Film/{{Annie1982}} Annie]]''. According to the official commentary, they originally planned on directly parodying the song until writer David Zuckerman insisted "If we do a soundalike, we can get nominated for [[UsefulNotes/EmmyAward an Emmy]]." [[HilariousInHindsight He would be correct]], and the song was nominated for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics in 2000 (it lost to [[Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} Nickellennium's]] "Up To You").

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* SongParody: "This House Is Freakin' Sweet", a soundalike of "I Think I'm Gonna Like it Here" from ''[[Film/{{Annie1982}} Annie]]''. According to the official commentary, they originally planned on directly parodying the song until writer David Zuckerman insisted "If we do a soundalike, we can get nominated for [[UsefulNotes/EmmyAward an Emmy]]." [[HilariousInHindsight He would be correct]], and was correct, as the song was nominated for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics in 2000 (it lost to [[Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} Nickellennium's]] "Up To You").


* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: "It's time you started acting like the Pieceaschmidt you are."
** The "Diamonds" cutaway gag advertisement which shows a woman receiving a diamond ring as a gift and she kisses her significant other before suddenly dropping down...cutting to black with the writing "She'll pretty much have to."

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
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"It's time you started acting like the Pieceaschmidt you are."
** The "Diamonds" cutaway gag advertisement which shows a woman receiving a diamond ring as a gift and she kisses her significant other before suddenly dropping down...cutting to black with the writing "She'll pretty much have to."" According to the DVD commentary, they originally had her go completely offscreen as the man smiles, and while the censors allowed them to keep the joke, there was a lot of deliberation about the exact ''frame'' of how far down she could go they had to cut at.



* SongParody: "This House Is Freakin' Sweet", a parody of "I Think I'm Gonna Like it Here" from ''[[Film/{{Annie1982}} Annie]]''.* SpitefulWill:

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* SongParody: "This House Is Freakin' Sweet", a parody soundalike of "I Think I'm Gonna Like it Here" from ''[[Film/{{Annie1982}} Annie]]''.* SpitefulWill:Annie]]''. According to the official commentary, they originally planned on directly parodying the song until writer David Zuckerman insisted "If we do a soundalike, we can get nominated for [[UsefulNotes/EmmyAward an Emmy]]." [[HilariousInHindsight He would be correct]], and the song was nominated for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics in 2000 (it lost to [[Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} Nickellennium's]] "Up To You").

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* KilroyWasHere: "Jesus was here". Peter gave the message a ''before'' Christ date.

Added DiffLines:

** The "Diamonds" cutaway gag advertisement which shows a woman receiving a diamond ring as a gift and she kisses her significant other before suddenly dropping down...cutting to black with the writing "She'll pretty much have to."








* GoldDigger: Meg says that now that she lives in the mansion, she's going to bag a rich husband. Lois admonishes her.
socialite by the end of act 2.

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* GoldDigger: GoldDigger:
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Meg says that now that she lives in the mansion, she's going to bag a rich husband. Lois admonishes her.
socialite by the end of act 2.
her.



* MaliciousMisnaming: Peter calls Lois's snotty friend Coco (after she insulted him), "CaCa", a slang term for poop.

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* MaliciousMisnaming: Peter calls Lois's snotty friend Coco (after she insulted him), "CaCa", "[=CaCa=]", a slang term for poop.



* ObnoxiousInLaws: The entire Pewterschmidt family loathes Peter because he isn't wealthy and elegant (par Lois who loves him because). Aunt Marguerite makes sure to get one final insult at him in her [[VideoWills Video Will]].

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* ObnoxiousInLaws: The entire Pewterschmidt family loathes Peter because he isn't wealthy and elegant (par Lois who loves him because). Aunt Marguerite makes sure to get one final insult at him in her [[VideoWills Video Will]].



* The episode title comes from the nursery rhyme "Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater." [[note]] The second line is "[[UnableToSupportAWife Had a wife, but couldn't keep her]]."

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* ** The episode title comes from the nursery rhyme "Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater." [[note]] The second line is "[[UnableToSupportAWife Had a wife, but couldn't keep her]]."



** Brian says [[Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack "I am your father!" to Peter.]]

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** Brian says [[Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack "[[Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack "I am your father!" father!]]" to Peter.]]



* SongParody: "This House Is Freakin' Sweet", a parody of "I Think I'm Gonna Like it Here" from ''[[Film/{{Annie1982}} Annie]]''.

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* SongParody: "This House Is Freakin' Sweet", a parody of "I Think I'm Gonna Like it Here" from ''[[Film/{{Annie1982}} Annie]]''.* SpitefulWill:
* SpitefulWill: Aunt Marguerite makes sure to get one final insult at Peter in her [[VideoWills Video Will]].
-->'''Aunt Margarite:''' Lois, you were always my favorite niece; I just knew you would find a wonderful man who would make all your dreams come true. [[BaitAndSwitchComment But I was wrong.]]\\
'''Peter:''' ''[watching present day]'' And now you're dead. Score one for Peter.



* VideoWills: Marguerite Pewterschmidt leaves one to Lois, done in the style of ''Series/LifestylesOfTheRichAndFamous''.

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* VideoWills: Marguerite Pewterschmidt leaves one to Lois, done in the style of ''Series/LifestylesOfTheRichAndFamous''.''Series/LifestylesOfTheRichAndFamous''.
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* UnableToSupprtAWife: Downplayed; The majority of the episode is about Peter coming to terms with being ill-equipped to give Lois the same comfortable life as everyone else in Newport.

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* UnableToSupprtAWife: UnableToSupportAWife: Downplayed; The majority of the episode is about Peter coming to terms with being ill-equipped to give Lois the same comfortable life as everyone else in Newport.


*

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* The episode title comes from the nursery rhyme "Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater." [[note]] The second line is "[[UnableToSupportAWife Had a wife, but couldn't keep her]]."


* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: "It's time you started living like the piece of Schmidt you are."

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: "It's time you started living acting like the piece of Schmidt Pieceaschmidt you are."



* LateToTheRealization: When Peter finds out Aunt Marguerite left something for them in her will, he grabs Aunt Marguerite's corpse and dances with her for a few seconds, only to drop her:
--> '''Peter''': Oh my God. She's dead.
* TheMakeover: Peter is transformed into a socialite by the end of act 2.

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* LateToTheRealization: When Peter finds out Aunt Marguerite left something for them in her will, he grabs Aunt Marguerite's corpse and dances with her for a few seconds, only to drop her:
--> '''Peter''': Oh my God. She's dead.
* TheMakeover: Peter is transformed into a
socialite by the end of act 2.



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'''Peter''': I do....... you bastard.

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'''Peter''': I do....... do... you bastard.bastard.
* UnableToSupprtAWife: Downplayed; The majority of the episode is about Peter coming to terms with being ill-equipped to give Lois the same comfortable life as everyone else in Newport.

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* TheFunInFuneral: At Aunt Marguerite's funeral, when Peter learns she left her a vast inheritance, he starts ''dancing with the corpse''. The funniest part of this is when everybody stares in horror at what Peter's doing. His attempt at getting out of this is to drop the corpse and say "Oh my God. She's dead."

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