Stan Smith / Roger
Steven Anita "Steve" Smith
Stan: (sighs) What a day.
Cleveland Brown: (off-screen) Tell me about it. (walks up to Stan) I don't even know where the hell I am.
Stan: (pulls out a gun) Looter!
Cleveland: (also pulls out gun) Self-defense!
Peter Griffin: (aiming gun at Stan and Cleveland) A black and a white talking as if it's normal!
Cleveland: Peter, what are you doing? You know me!
Peter: Everybody, shut up and let me think! Just let me think!
Francine: Stan, have you- (gets shot by Stan and faints)
Peter: (laughs) Oh, man, classic American Dad.
GOOF: In one scene a chandelier impails Roger's girlfriend. The very next scene where that happened night glow stickers can be seen in the place of the girl, and there is no sign of her, the chandelier or all the blood.
From a physics stand point, the house would not tip. If Stan really attached an anchor to the house, it would tip. The anchor would not change lengths enough to allow the house to tip. It would simply keep the house at a tipped angle.
This episode was originally going to air on May 1, 2011 as part of a three-part crossover between Family Guy and Seth MacFarlane's two other shows, American Dad and The Cleveland Show. But these three episodes were soon cancelled due to the devastating tornadoes that ravaged the southeastern United States. They are set to air in October 2011.
The bear and the shark attacking Stan's family rather than attacking each other is much like the joke from Space Ghost: Coast to Coast in the episode "Kentucky Nightmare" where Space Ghost films bears and sharks as Nature's Best Friends.
The way that lady fell off and on to the antler chandelier is from the movie Poseidon, where Valentin falls down in the elevator shaft and gets stabbed by shredded steel.
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