Family Guy

Season 10 Episode 23

Internal Affairs

14
Aired Sunday 9:00 PM May 20, 2012 on FOX
6.8
out of 10
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100 votes
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Peter and Quagmire encourage Joe to have an affair with a young woman named Nora to get back at Bonnie for having an affair. Things get ugly when Bonnie finds out, and Peter must find a way to get them back together again. Meanwhile, Peter has a run-in with the Chicken.

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  • Feth g

    7.5
    Yarrak
  • Prettyu funny!

    9.5
    This was a really funny episode, with some great moments! i love the chicken fights, but I don't know if I like them to be so long! :P It was entertaining, nonetheless! :P



    Also, I loved it when Chris asked whether or not Joe & Boonnie's break-up would reuslt in him going to live with his grandparents, and Lois was like, "No Chris. That doesn't even make any sense." That was gold!



    A funny episode for sure! Looking forward for more!moreless
  • Perhaps the Greatest Chicken fight ever

    7.5
    Seriously, the Chicken fight was the most ridiculous and destructive there's ever been, I loved the part inside the science lab, and the ending was just as great and I look forward to seeing if they can top it.



    The main story was a good idea, there were plenty funny bits however I thought it came to an end too quickly, and didn't quite live up to what I expected of Peter's plan to win Bonnie back. But all in all a great episode.moreless
  • family guy internal affairs

    10
    this was a very good episode of family guy i of course enjoyed the chicken fight that was very entertaining and i liked how joe and bonnie met with the song africa by toto the scene that made me laugh was when stewie got attacked by that gorilla i thought that was quite funny overall a good way to end the season and i am really looking forward to season 11 which should be airing in the uk next yearmoreless
  • Good for me

    9.5
    Goods

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