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Deborah Kerr CBE (born Deborah Jane Kerr-Trimmer; 30 September 1921 – 16 October 2007) was a Scottish film, theatre and television actress, known for her performances in The King and I, Tea and Sympathy, An Affair to Remember and From Here to Eternity among others.
In "Peternormal Activity", Quagmire notes that with working cell phones, movies would be only two minutes long. In a cutaway gag of An Affair to Remember, Deborah is able to notify Cary Grant by cellphone that she can't make their date at the Empire State Building after being struck by a car. However, when he finds out that she may be paralyzed, he blows her off and hangs up.
Deborah is voiced by Alex Borstein.