Now here, finally, we have a well-written episode. It jumps right to the story, and doesn't hit any snags along the way. I've griped about horrible momentum in the past, but this episode nailed it. There wasn't a moment where you could tell they'd run out of ideas... the writers were very creative with this concept, and for once I say, Good Work!
I had to laugh at observations directed at Peter and his nameless buddies from the pilot. There were a lot of good jokes in this episode, which is very odd, considering Family Guy hasn't been funny in ages. I never thought I'd write a good review to be honest. I guess even old Cyril Sneer knows when he sees a good thing.
So I'm telling you, if you're as cynical as I am when it comes to Family Guy, give this episode a go.