[S3E16] A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Chri...
One character we feel doesn't get enough love, however, is Chris Griffin. The family's teenage son is a little gross, very crude, and all kinds of stupid, but at the end of the day, that's what makes us love him. So, with that said, we want to highlight his most hilarious quotes.
[S3E16] A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Chri...
Although Chris's PSN account consists almost entirely of one wasteful impulse buy after another, his video download collection includes some especially obvious examples. He bought every episode (24 in all) of the harem anime series Shuffle! at a price of $2 an episode, or nearly $50 altogether, when he could have as easily bought the same episodes on DVD from any number of online discount retailers for less. In addition, some of the shows on Chris's list are available for free online; for example, Lucy, the Daughter of the Devil could be viewed at the time of his purchase on the Adult Swim website.
It may be the season, but Peter's anything but merry when holiday preparations prevent him from watching his favorite Christmas special, "KISS Saves Santa." And soon the family experiences the same lack of spirit when they're compelled to do last-minute shopping. Members of KISS provide their own voices.
Peter, who is concerned that the world is about to end becase of Y2K, convinces the family into canceling all their New Year's Eve plans. After bombs destroy everything, the Griffins set off to a Twinkie factory in Natick.
Thanks to Brian's embarrassing flea problem the Griffins move into a hotel while the house is fumigated, and Lois and Peter discover that Chris has been skipping gym class because he's self-conscious about his body. Peter tries to talk Chris into getting liposuction, Lois starts preparing him special low-fat meals and Stewie taunts him by eating everything in sight and packing on the baby fat.
When a hurricane strikes Quohog, everything is destroyed including The Drunken Clam, which is bought out by a Brit who turns it into an English pub. As it happens, pub owner Nigel Pinchley and his family move in next door to the Griffins, and Stewie tries to teach Nigel's Cockney-accented 3-year-old daughter how to speak proper English.
The outrageous antics of the Griffin family show no signs of stopping as Family Guy takes a look back at the funniest and most satirical scenes of the past on a special all-new half-hour tribute.The Family Guy tribute special celebrates the side-splitting irreverent humor of this fan-favorite animated series by taking a look back at some of the funniest moments, satirical spoofs and music numbers of the past 100 episodes.
Peter imagines his friends and family in three of Stephen King's most famous works.Stand by Me parody - Twelve-year old Peter, Quagmire, Cleveland and Joe travel along a railroad track on a journey of self-discovery.Misery parody - Brian is injured in a bad car crash only to be "rescued" by his "number one fan," Stewie.The Shawshank Redemption parody - Cleveland and Peter become fast friends in prison.
When Peter hits his head and suffers amnesia after getting in a fight with Richard Dawson on Family Feud, he forgets everything about his life, including his family and friends. In an attempt to try to bring back his memory, Lois decides to reintroduce Peter to his old self, until he begins to hit on other women, much to Lois's dismay. She decides to take the kids and leave Peter, giving Quagmire the opportunity to score with Lois. Peter now must prove to Lois he can remember her and make himself worthy of her again.
Peter and his friends are sick of forgetting the million-dollar business ideas they come up with while drinking, so they strap on Joe's police body cams to record their every move. Meanwhile, Quagmire is trying to come to terms with an unexpected family development.
New Phone, Who Dis? is a secret, underground episode of Family Guy. It was originally aired as a fictional in-universe episode from the episode "You Can't Handle the Booth!", where it was presented in the form of an audio commentary. However, the raw episode without the commentary was released as a special feature in the Family Guy Season 17 DVD box set. Lois gets cold feet, when the newly released I-Phone causes her family to lose touch with the world around them. Meanwhile, Quagmire becomes a woodworker to impress chicks and later give them another kind of wood work. Peter decides to get new Crabapple phones for the entire family to Lois' displeasure. Distracted by their phones, they completely miss Jesus Christ going berserk during Sunday services. Determined to show them a life before such distractions, she insists on taking them to a colonial recreation town but Peter refuses to go by pretending to be sick and is left behind, where he manages to get his head stuck in the stair railings when he drops a meatball on his way upstairs.When the family returns, they give him hell for his deception, but quickly manage to get their heads stuck in the railings as well. When they think they're about to be rescued by the timely arrival of a delivery man, he turns out to be a robber casing the house, and invites several other robbers along for a party. After they leave, they tried to use the voice recognition on one of the robbers' left behind phone to call for help. After a few misfires, they manage to call for a woodworker which connects them to Quagmire and the guys who have been building a chair as a hobby. Before turning them loose, the guys cut the stairs out and mount them out in the streets of the colonial recreation town for everyone to see. 041b061a72