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What season and what episode is that?

76.119.241.59 03:49, January 26, 2010 (UTC)2376.119.241.59 03:49, January 26, 2010 (UTC)Guys, do you remember when Brian Griffin starts blackmailing Peter or Lois and says that if they don't do something he will start rubbing his butt on the carpet?And he actually does start rubbing his ass on the carpet, going in circules.. lol...I'm trying to remember but can't. Does anybody know?

You're probably thinking of North by North Quahog. Brain rubs his butt in Tom Tucker's carpet when he refuses to listen to him about Jake getting Chris in trouble. Model Misbehavior had Brian get worms but he hid it from Peter and Lois. Stewie put him to work for the medicine money. --Buckimion 04:03, January 26, 2010 (UTC)

help for school lol

ok i need to know about him his job how long he with to school did he finish how old he is dose he know how to speak french ?

Can you put together a coherent sentence in English? 'He' who? --Buckimion 18:17, May 10, 2010 (UTC)

well im doing to this for school and i need to know about peter lol sorry did not see i did not write who. but i need to know if he speaks french and about his job and how old he is. did he finish school and did he go to trade school or something.

There is no indication in the English version that Peter speaks French. (Although Family Guy has been dubbed into French) In Screwed the Pooch, Peter was seen taking French lessons although it is unlikely he really learned anything. Peter has had a number of cutaway gags involving various jobs, mostly set up as jokes as they are too preposterous to be taken seriously. Peter did graduate upon completing the third grade which he somehow was advanced without passing in Tales of a Third Grade Nothing. There is no indication of trade schooling or any career building classes past the high school level. In The Tan Aquatic with Steve Zissou it mentions that Peter was 43 at that time. --Buckimion 19:03, May 11, 2010 (UTC)

Why does is say "Family Guy TV series 1999-2012

Why does it say 1999 - 2012? is becouse the series will really end in 2012, becouse McFarlane decided it, the current contract with the actors or because YOU believe that the world will end in 2012!?

The current contract is set to expire after the 2011-2012 season. Family Guy is guaranteed to run new episodes until May 2012 and we assume nothing past that date. Seth MacFarlane had said at one point he planned to end the series then but has since retreated from that statement. (Oh, and everyone got the Mayans wrong; they were warning us about the MOVIE 2012. :P ) --Buckimion 21:15, June 14, 2010 (UTC)
Thankyou fot the answer Buckimion, I assumed it was the current contract, I didn'nt really thought it would be the end. He's thinking about a feature film, right?
And yeah, you're right, I was warned, but I didn'nt listen, the world really ENDED the day I watched 2012.

what episode?

Peter and Lois are in the dark kitchen and instead of turning the lights on, they have little lights on their foreheads and when Lois starts talking to Peter, the beam of light goes down to her breasts instead to her face. In the background, Stewie is looking for the knife to attack Lois and the beam goes between her and the knife in the dark kitchen. What episode was this? It was so funny. ;0)

The episode you're looking for is E. Peterbus Unum. --Buckimion 11:44, September 18, 2010 (UTC)

Why can't I edit the page

I just found a airdate for "New Kidney in Town" so why can't I edit the Episode Guide?

What is your source? NONE of the official guides are listing anything past reruns on December 26. People posting "guesses" or unofficial info is why non-registered users of this wiki are not allowed to post in this page. --Buckimion 19:39, December 2, 2010 (UTC)

Missing episodes in box set!

I have recently bought the Family Guy box set which contains every season. A mate of minetold me about an


episode called Dial meg for murder which i have not seen. The problem is that i have watched every season quite a few times now and that episode is nowhere to be found. Secondly, after scrolling through the episode guide on the net its telling me that season 9 episodes is season 8, season 8 should be 7 and 7 should be fuckin 6. Dial meg for murder should be season 8 but its not on mine. WTF, any answers or have i completley missed something?

Only the episodes though "Dog Gone" have been released in the box sets. I suspect you are an overseas buyer? Due to a screw-up by FOX marketing, after the show was canceled following the third season they issued the DVDs in season sets. After the show's return, they started only putting 12-14 episodes in each set but kept calling it a season which has nothing to do with the FOX broadcast season which is how we list them here which has NOTHING to do with the DVD "season" sets. For us here in the US, they were sensibly called "Volumes" instead of "Seasons". The next Family Guy box set, "Volume 9" in the US, "Season 10" overseas will have about 14-18 episodes, starting with "Business Guy" and possibly going right through "Road to the North Pole" in either April or May 2011. To be more precise, "Dial Meg for Murder" will be on the first DVD of the next box set to come out. --Buckimion 12:44, February 26, 2011 (UTC)

NewHere !!!!!!

My Name is IWuzbornin1992, I'm 19 Years Old Click Right Here to Talk 22:01, October 11, 2011 (UTC)

Season 10

Aww, great! Iknowfishfolk 19:04, March 12, 2012 (UTC)

Oh, come on! Iknowfishfolk 19:30, April 24, 2012 (UTC)

Freakin' Garrison Kellior

Supposedly there was a season 10 episode with this title. Is this an unproduced episode that was cancelled, one that was renamed before its release, or just some sick [bleep]'s idea of a joke? I am, what I is. -Ron Stoppable 12:34, March 24, 2013 (UTC)

I believe that was further back and the title was changed to "Brian Writes a Bestseller". The title was submitted as an early script and wasn't changed at the last minute but during the production process before it became official. I can't find exactly what happened. --Buckimion (talk) 13:09, March 24, 2013 (UTC)

Quagmire kidnaps Lois

Aw come on! I've wanted to see this episode so badly! 67.81.85.98 22:27, April 1, 2013 (UTC)

Refresh my memory-who exactly told people that this was an episode? And why?

Long forgotten, but it turned out it was a fanscript that was registered in the copyright database so it fooled nearly everyone until further evidence showed up. --Buckimion (talk) 20:37, January 30, 2014 (UTC)

Besides, he tried to seduce Meg already ("Quagmire and Meg"), so even if it was real it'd feel like retread whiff. Perhaps we should have a page for unproduced episodes (such as "Queer Is Stewie?") and ones which were severely retooled during production. I am, what I is. -Ron Stoppable 20:45, September 27, 2014 (UTC)

Yet Another 'Which Episode' Question

Hey guys I'm new here and i just wanted to ask which episode it was in which there was a cutaway to these two englishmen having a duel. Where one had a torso shaped like a doughnut and the other had a solid block torso. Thanks in advance MAK BAU5 (talk) 10:26, July 21, 2013 (UTC)MAK

"Hannah Banana". See the pages for Sir Henry Giantholeinthetorso Wickenshire and Sir Joseph Broadfront. --Buckimion (talk) 10:40, July 21, 2013 (UTC)


I just realised

It's Family guy's fifteenth birthday next week. Pretty cool, huh? Can't believe it's been going on for that long.

StuffBrian

Phweet! --Buckimion (talk) 21:06, January 24, 2014 (UTC)

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