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Season Five: Stewie Loves LoisStewie Loves Lois
Air Date: Sunday 10th September 2006
Description: Lois saves Rupert beloved friend and compainion Rupert after he is destroyed in the park by a dog and Stewie begins to wonder that he shouldn't kill his mother after all and begins to cling onto her like there is no tomorrow. Lois, however, after a while gets sick from the attention he is showering her in. Meanwhile, Peter also believes his doctor, Dr. Hartman is molesting him. He originally goes for an flu vaccine but is told he needs to take a prostate exam first, which is where the accusing happens. He takes him to court, winning the case and Dr. Hartman, loosing his licience. He feel the victor, until he begins to need to be Urinated frequently. He see's Hartman about it, who annoucing the problem is only swelling, which results in him getting his licence back and the end scene parody.
Notes:
  • Dr. Hartman has come onto Peter before. In Season One episode "Death Is A Bitch" where it's Peter says "what are you trying to come onto me?" and Lois reassures that he's fine, Hartman replies "can't it mean both" leaving an awkward silence in the room.
  • Seth MacFarlane confirms, he has voted this one most of the weirdest in Family Guy History, after the show's pilot episode
References
  • The song playing in the flashback where Peter passes his exam is a Kenny Loggin's song "I'm Free (Heaven Helps The Man)"
  • During the flashs back of Peter's accused rape, he is thrown against a pinball machine which is a parody of the movie The Accused (1988). Also, when thrown against the grass, behing Dr. Hartman is a canival, reference from the movie Dr. Giggles (1992)
  • In a gag, Robin the Boy Wonder is said to have his own show "Batman-Less". He also has a Mobile Phone that he gets out, which also has no powers (no bars). Batman apparently has no superpowers either and Adam West is best known to have played Batman in the 1960s
  • Stewie and Peter speak Spanish at different points in the episode. Stewie's explaination for this is he fell asleep while watching Sábado Gigante, popular Spanish varity show
  • Brian mocks Stewie for "loving" Lois in return Stewie stats Brian loves Olympia Dukakis, which he comfirms
  • In a gag, Stewie testifies against Michael Jackson in a reference to his 2005 molestation trail against him, known as The People Vs. Jackson
  • Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde becomes "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Sulu" in a cut-away gag. The actor who played Mr. Sulu George Takei's coming out of the closet is referenced three times during this episode
  • Kermit The Frog is shown to be a racist in a cut-away parody of the Rainbow Connection a popular song from The Muppets Movie (1979)
  • The ending credits is in the style of All in the Family!, along with music used at the end of the episode, animated version of the characters and the font aswell

Season Five: Mother TuckerMother Tucker
Air Date: Sunday 17th September 2006
Description: When Peters mother announces that she is getting a divorce, Peter feels abandoned until he finds a father figure in his moms new boyfriend, Quahogs resident anchor man, Tom Tucker. Peter takes such an interest in Tom that he reverts to being a child again, but things arent all fun and games for long. Meanwhile, Brian gets his own NPR-style radio show, but when Stewie hears the news, he cant help but stir things up.
Notes:
  • Rose Griffin hasn't appeared for longer than a minute in any other episodes she has been mentioned in before, nor has she ever been seen with Peter's father, Francis
References:
  • Peter mentions watching the video in the movie The Ring (2002) but it turns out to be the movie Mannequin (1987)
  • 97.1 WQHG, the talk radio station that employs Brian and Stewie is based on 97.1 KLSX, a Los Angeles station with a status as this episode
  • "Weenie and the Butt" at the radio station could be a parody of Don and Mike, also parody of The Simpsons radio hosts Bill and Marty
  • The film Kramer Vs. Krammer (1979) is parody of the ice cream scene Tom Tucker as the parody the role of Ted Kramer and Peter Billy Kramer.

Season Five: Hell Comes To QuahogHell Comes To Quahog
Air Date: Sunday 24th September 2006
Description: After Peter buys a military tank with Meg's money, her car fund goes out the window and she's forced to get a job at the newly built Superstore in town. However, the town's economy begins to suffer when Superstore puts all the mom-and-pop shops out of business and sucks up the city's power supply. Brian and Stewie decide to take matters into their own hands in order to save the town from the corporate giant.
Notes:
  • Said that this is something done before by South Park, in which wall-mart over powers the citizens and makes all the small businesses become bankrupt
References
Mother Skinner > Coming Soon
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