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* BrokenAesop: Chris was a victim of a brutal bullying that ''even the adults and his own mother partook in'' for his simply being a freshman. Despite this, the episode portrays him as the one in the wrong for simply wanting to run away from it, while those who bullied him [[KarmaHoudini got absolutely no comeuppance for it]].

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* BrokenAesop: Chris was a victim of a brutal bullying that ''even the adults and his own mother partook in'' for his simply being a freshman. Despite this, the episode portrays him as the one in the wrong for simply wanting to run away from escape it, while those who bullied him [[KarmaHoudini got absolutely no comeuppance for it]].


* ShoutOut: A re-creation of the "No one in this town will hire you" scene from ''Film/{{Tootsie}}'' is one of the cutaways, with Stewie in Dustin Hoffman's place.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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A re-creation of the "No one in this town will hire you" scene from ''Film/{{Tootsie}}'' is one of the cutaways, with Stewie in Dustin Hoffman's Michael's place.



** The scene in which Chris is beaten with paddles is from the film Dazed and Confused. As in the film, the song in the background is “No More Mr. Nice Guy” by Alice Cooper. Mayor Adam West’s sequence is directly referencing Ben Affleck’s character from the same film.
** The episode’s title is a reference to a single of the same name by the Steve Miller Band.
** At different times, Peter and Quagmire had jobs as “Sandy Duncan’s glass eye. Duncan, a Broadway and television actress, underwent surgery for a brain tumor in 1972. She said that she lost sight in one eye and unconfirmed rumors persist that it was removed and replaced with a prosthetic.

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** The scene in which Chris is beaten with paddles is from the film Dazed and Confused. ''Film/DazedAndConfused''. As in the film, the song in the background is “No "No More Mr. Nice Guy” Guy" by Alice Cooper. Music/AliceCooper. Mayor Adam West’s sequence is directly referencing Ben Affleck’s character Fred O'Bannion from the same film.
** The episode’s episode's title is a reference to a single of the same name by the Steve Miller Band.
Music/TheSteveMillerBand.
** At different times, Peter and Quagmire had jobs as “Sandy Duncan’s Sandy Duncan's glass eye. Duncan, a Broadway and television actress, underwent surgery for a brain tumor in 1972. She said that she lost sight in one eye and unconfirmed rumors persist that it was removed and replaced with a prosthetic.



** The chief has a cousin named Vinny, who is Joe Pesci’s character Vincent Gambini from the film My Cousin Vinny, impersonated here by Jay Mohr. Later, Peter actually refers to him as Pesci.
** The chief says “Never had it, never will” and laughs. This was a commercial slogan for the 7 Up brand soft drink from the 1980’s, indicating that 7-Up was always caffeine-free.

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** The chief has a cousin named Vinny, who is Joe Pesci’s Creator/JoePesci's character Vincent Gambini from the film My Cousin Vinny, ''Film/MyCousinVinny'', impersonated here by Jay Mohr. Later, Peter actually refers to him as Pesci.
** The chief says “Never "Never had it, never will” will" and laughs. This was a commercial slogan for the 7 Up brand soft drink from the 1980’s, 1980's, indicating that 7-Up was always caffeine-free.



** In a cutaway, Stewie tours Europe with a musical rendition of My Left Foot, Irish author Christy Brown’s memoir of his struggle with cerebral palsy, which was turned into an acclaimed 1989 film starring Daniel Day-Lewis.
** Peter asks Chris who was the female star of in the 1980’s detective series Remington Steele. Chris correctly points out that it was Stephanie Zimbalist.
** When Lois tries to recall which of the family’s acquaintances was in the Peace Corps, Peter suggests actor Beau Bridges who was never in the Peace Corps.
* TakeThat: To Kevin Federline in the cutaway of Peter working as Federline's magic mirror who gives him advice on how to be a douchebag.

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** In a cutaway, Stewie tours Europe with a musical rendition of My Left Foot, Irish author Christy Brown’s memoir of his struggle with cerebral palsy, which was turned into an acclaimed 1989 film starring Daniel Day-Lewis.
''Film/MyLeftFoot''.
** Peter asks Chris who was the female star of in the 1980’s detective series Remington Steele.''Series/RemingtonSteele''. Chris correctly points out that it was Stephanie Zimbalist.
** When Lois tries to recall which of the family’s family's acquaintances was in the Peace Corps, Peter suggests actor Beau Bridges who was never in the Peace Corps.
* TakeThat: TakeThat:
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To Kevin Federline in the cutaway of Peter working as Federline's magic mirror who gives him advice on how to be a douchebag.


* RhetoricalQuestionBlunder: In a cutaway featuring Paul Reiser stand-up:

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* RhetoricalQuestionBlunder: RhetoricalQuestionBlunder / OutsideJoke: In a cutaway featuring Paul Reiser stand-up:


* AdaptationalVillainy: It paints Lou Gehrig as an evil mastermind who wanted to expose a deadly disease to the world but accidentally exposed it to himself instead.
-->'''Lou Gehrig''': (in a wheelchair) Well, I guess the joke's on ''me''.


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* HistoricalVillainUpgrade: PlayedForLaughs. A cutaway portrays Lou Gehrig as an evil mastermind plotting to expose a deadly disease to the world's water supply. He accidentally drops the bottle and contracts it himself instead.
-->'''Lou Gehrig''': (in a wheelchair) Well, I guess the joke's on ''me''.


* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: At the beginning of the episode, Peter and his friends watch an episode of the HBO western drama ''Deadwood'', which is just two cowboys looking at ''Playboy'' magazines and asking if they feel anything.

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* FreshmanFears: Chris starts high school, and finds himself subjected to the "freshman hunt", where the seniors relentlessly hunt down new students. Chris suffers so much from this that he decides to volunteer for Peace Corps work in South America just to escape.


* BrokenAesop: Chris was a victim of a brutal bullying that ''even the adults partook in'' for simply being a freshman. Despite this, the episode portrays him as the one in the wrong for simply wanting to run away from it, while the Seniors and adults [[KarmaHoudini got absolutely no comeuppance for their bullying]].

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* BrokenAesop: Chris was a victim of a brutal bullying that ''even the adults and his own mother partook in'' for his simply being a freshman. Despite this, the episode portrays him as the one in the wrong for simply wanting to run away from it, while the Seniors and adults those who bullied him [[KarmaHoudini got absolutely no comeuppance for their bullying]].it]].


* BrokenAesop: Although Chris was a victim of a brutal paddling that ''even the adults partook in'' for simply being a freshman, but the episode portrays him as the one in the wrong for wanting to get away from it.


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* BrokenAesop: Chris was a victim of a brutal bullying that ''even the adults partook in'' for simply being a freshman. Despite this, the episode portrays him as the one in the wrong for simply wanting to run away from it, while the Seniors and adults [[KarmaHoudini got absolutely no comeuppance for their bullying]].

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* BrokenAesop: Although Chris was a victim of a brutal paddling that ''even the adults partook in'' for simply being a freshman, but the episode portrays him as the one in the wrong for wanting to get away from it.


* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: At the beginning of the episode, Peter and his friends watch an episode of the HBO western drama Deadwood, which is just two cowboys looking at ''Playboy'' magazines and asking if they feel anything.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: At the beginning of the episode, Peter and his friends watch an episode of the HBO western drama Deadwood, ''Deadwood'', which is just two cowboys looking at ''Playboy'' magazines and asking if they feel anything.


* YoungerThanTheyLook: Chris casually mentions that his wife is eleven, [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/familyguy/images/b/b6/Loka.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20090719182107 It seems that this particular African tribe goes through puberty early.]]

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* YoungerThanTheyLook: Chris casually mentions that his wife is eleven, [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/familyguy/images/b/b6/Loka.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20090719182107 It seems that this particular African South American tribe goes through puberty early.]]early]] (or they believe that girls who have their first period are immediately considered women and are of marrying age).


* GayBestFriend: Referenced by [[AmbiguouslyGay Stewie]], who admits to Chris that he's not worried about high school, feeling that the "worst case scenario" for himself is ending up as the "effeminate male friend of all the popular girls."
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: At the beginning of the episode, Peter and his friends watch an episode of the HBO western drama Deadwood, which puns on the word wood, which is slang for erection.

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* GayBestFriend: Referenced by [[AmbiguouslyGay Stewie]], who admits to Chris that he's not worried about high school, feeling that the "worst case "worst-case scenario" for himself is ending up as the "effeminate male friend of all the popular girls."
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: At the beginning of the episode, Peter and his friends watch an episode of the HBO western drama Deadwood, which puns on the word wood, which is slang for erection.just two cowboys looking at ''Playboy'' magazines and asking if they feel anything.



* NoodleIncident: Effeminate Stewie asking his female friends if "any one has any Scope" due to some favors he did for a friend in exchange for tickets and alcohol.

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* NoodleIncident: Effeminate Stewie asking his female friends if "any one "anyone has any Scope" due to some favors he did for a friend in exchange for tickets and alcohol.


* {{Ambiguously|Gay}} GayBestFriend: Stewie admits to Chris that he's not worried about high school, feeling that the "worst case scenario" for himself is ending up as the "effeminate male friend of all the popular girls."

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* {{Ambiguously|Gay}} GayBestFriend: Stewie Referenced by [[AmbiguouslyGay Stewie]], who admits to Chris that he's not worried about high school, feeling that the "worst case scenario" for himself is ending up as the "effeminate male friend of all the popular girls."


* YoungerThanTheyLook: Chris casually mentions that his wife is eleven, [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/familyguy/images/b/b6/Loka.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20090719182107 I guess this particular African tribe goes through puberty early.]]

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* YoungerThanTheyLook: Chris casually mentions that his wife is eleven, [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/familyguy/images/b/b6/Loka.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20090719182107 I guess It seems that this particular African tribe goes through puberty early.]]


* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: At the beginning of the episode, Peter and his friends watch an episode of the HBO western drama Deadwood, which puns on the word wood, which is slang for erection.



* NoodleIncident: Effeminate Stewie asking his female friends if "any one has any Scope" due to some favors he did for a friend in exchange for tickets and alcohol.



** At different times, Peter and Quagmire had jobs as “Sandy Duncan’s glass eye. Duncan, a Broadway and television actress, underwent surgery for a brain tumor in 1972. She said that she lost sight in one eye and unconfirmed rumors persist that it was removed and replaced with a prosthetic. Quagmire calls Sandy "Wheat Thins", referencing that she was a spokesperson for Wheat Thins.

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** At different times, Peter and Quagmire had jobs as “Sandy Duncan’s glass eye. Duncan, a Broadway and television actress, underwent surgery for a brain tumor in 1972. She said that she lost sight in one eye and unconfirmed rumors persist that it was removed and replaced with a prosthetic.
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Quagmire calls Sandy "Wheat Thins", referencing that she was a spokesperson for Wheat Thins.


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** Peter has a flash-back to when he was an assistant to Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, showing Peter morphed into a Beaker design and meeping. Bunsen laughs and agrees with Peter.
** In a cutaway, Stewie tours Europe with a musical rendition of My Left Foot, Irish author Christy Brown’s memoir of his struggle with cerebral palsy, which was turned into an acclaimed 1989 film starring Daniel Day-Lewis.
** Peter asks Chris who was the female star of in the 1980’s detective series Remington Steele. Chris correctly points out that it was Stephanie Zimbalist.
** When Lois tries to recall which of the family’s acquaintances was in the Peace Corps, Peter suggests actor Beau Bridges who was never in the Peace Corps.

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