Family Guy

Season 7 Episode 7

Ocean's Three and a Half

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Feb 15, 2009 on FOX
7.1
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Bonnie finally gives birth to a daughter named Susie. Stewie falls in love, and is willing to do anything to win her heart. Meanwhile, Joe is in debt to a bookie for $20,000 to pay for Bonnie's medical bills, and plans to pay it off by stealing from Carter Pewterschmidt.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Boring.

    3.0
    Bonnie finally gives birth to a daughter named Susie. Stewie falls in love, and is willing to do anything to win her heart. Meanwhile, Joe is in debt to a bookie for $20,000 to pay for Bonnie's medical bills, and plans to pay it off by stealing from Carter Pewterschmidt.



    3/10
  • Great and hilarious episode expect for one thing.

    9.5
    The plot for this episode isBonnie finally gives birth to a daughter named Susie. Stewie falls in love, and is willing to do anything to win her heart. Meanwhile, Joe is in debt to a bookie for $20,000 to pay for Bonnie's medical bills, and plans to pay it off by stealing from Carter Pewterschmidt. Thisintroduce Susie, the baby that Bonnie gives birth to and Stewie falls in love with her. I thought this episode was hilarious. It is my second favorite episode of the seventh season. It would has been tied with the Man with Two Brian, but My score is lower because I though the music video Stewie did for Susie was boring and long. Besides that, this episode has a lot of great scenes like when Peter asks how Seamus is alive with woods, Mort being Joe, Dr. Hartman saying "OH MY GOD! SHE'S DEAD!" after Susie was born (he was actually watching something on TV), the eye floater thing, Brian listing songs after a girl and then Stewie told him to "go f*** himself" (which was the funniest of this episode). Also, the kids being drunk was hilarious as well. Stewie's song (the one where he sang on guitar, not the music video) was hilarious especially when he sing after Brian came in that Stewie sounds like D****. It was funny as well when Cleveland did Peter's voice and Peter was saying hi to himself. Overall, a very hilarious episode expect for Stewie's music video and it should have been as good as The Man with Two Brian (which is the best season 7 episode ever). 9.5/10moreless
  • perfect

    10
    Bonnie gives birth to a daughter named Susie. Stewie likes Susie and writes a song for her. Joe is in debt because of the hospital bills and needs money. The guys ask Carter, but he refuses. So, the guys then plan to steal money from him (the money Joe needs, and extra money because Peter wants revenge for all the bad stuff he has said to him over the years). Will they go through with the robbery?



    Good episode. It wasn't the funniest episode ever but there really was nothing in it that was terribly unfunny or anything. I liked both plots a lot. So, my final grade for this episode is an A+moreless
  • Great Episode

    9.0
    When Bonnie finally has her baby girl named Susie, Stewie falls in love with her and tries to write a song and make a music video.



    Joe can't afford to pay Susie's hospital bill, so Peter and the guys decide to steal the money from Lois's father, because he is very rich.



    This was a milestone episode because Bonnie finally has the baby. This was also a very funny episode. I loved the whole Stewie plot with making a song, and I loved Peter and Christian Bale's tape, but the best scene was when they were stealing the money.



    Overall Grade: 90%/A-moreless
  • This was a step up from Tales of a Third Grade Nothing but it was still very bad.

    2.0
    Bonnie finally has her baby and it is a baby girl they name Susie. They can't afford to pay the high bills so Peter suggest they steal from Carter. Stewie gets a crush on Susie and tries to win her heart. Here is why this was so bad. Stewie made a stupid,pointless video and never got to go over and talk to Susie which would have been better and it would have been even more cooler if she had talked. The Christian Bale thing should have been shorter and that was not funny. They ruined the character of Joe by giving him a diaper change and made him weak. The whole heist could have been fun but that was dissapointing.The Eye floater joke was stupid. The best part was at the end when Lois told Peter she got the money by saying she was getting a divorce lawyer. Peter thought she was kidding but she wasn't. Overall, another bad episode.moreless
Seth MacFarlane

Seth MacFarlane

Peter / Stewie / Brian / Quagmire / Tom Tucker (and various)

Alex Borstein

Alex Borstein

Lois (and various)

Seth Green (I)

Seth Green (I)

Chris (and various)

Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis

Meg (Production Season 2+)

Mike Henry (VI)

Mike Henry (VI)

Cleveland/Herbert/Performance Artist/Greased-Up Deaf Guy (and various)

Frank Welker

Frank Welker

Megatron

Guest Star

Cynthia Watros

Cynthia Watros

Security System

Guest Star

Chris Parson

Chris Parson

Charlie Sheen

Guest Star

Jennifer Tilly

Jennifer Tilly

Bonnie

Recurring Role

Patrick Warburton

Patrick Warburton

Joe

Recurring Role

James Burkholder

James Burkholder

Kid

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Later airings of this episode on Fox and Adult Swim completely remove the very long "Christan Bale yelling at Peter" clip. In its place, several smaller clips are placed throughout the episode to fill up the extensive time gap.

    • In the wide shot of the delivery room just after Bonnie gave birth, there is clearly no television near Dr. Hartman. However, the next close-up shot of Dr. Hartman, he is sitting next to a television on a cart. Plus, in the same close-up, the umbilical cord that was just attached to Susie appears gone without being cut, and there is no umbilical stub.

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Peter: God Joe, finally. Is your watch paralyzed too?

    • Brian: So, how'd Susie like your video?
      Stewie: I don't care about her any more. I'm in love with Bryan Adams.

    • Lois: Brian, do you know where Peter is?
      Brian: Yeah, he and the guys went to go rob your dad.
      Lois: I believe you.

    • (Peter, Quagmire, Joe, and Cleveland are standing in front of a store that has a sign that says "Grand Opening, Exotic Massage")
      Joe: I don't know Peter, we've been out here all day, and we haven't managed to interest a single woman in our massage parlor.
      Peter: Wait a minute, here comes somebody. Excuse me stressed-out lady. May I interest you in a full release, relaxation massage?
      Woman: (sarcastically) Oh yeah, just what I need. To be rubbed down by a big fatty, an old black guy, a cripple, and a pervert. (she walks away)
      Cleveland: Now we don't have any money and our feelings are hurt.

    • Brian: Wow, a song named after a girl. There aren't a million of those already.
      Stewie: Name twenty.
      Brian: Rosanna, Roxanne, Michelle, Allison, Sarah, Angie, Brandy, Mandy, Gloria, Cecilia, Maggie May, Jessica, Nancy, Barbara Ann, Billie Jean, Layla, Lola, Polly, Helena, Jenny from the Block.
      Stewie: Name six more.
      Brian: Sherry, Laura, Wendy, Maria, Peggy Sue, Minnie the Moocher.
      Stewie: Name five more.
      Brian: Tracy, Jean, Jane, Mary Ann, Eleanor Rigby.
      Stewie: (Throws his guitar to the ground) Go [expletive] yourself.

    • Dr. Hartman: Okay Mrs. Swanson, you're almost there. Push, push!
      Joe: Get out of there! Get the hell out of my wife you little bastard!

    • Peter: Man, I am so sick of this. Joe is just gonna keep bailing on us until that baby comes out of Bonnie's butt. (Peter pauses, as Cleveland and Quagmire stare at him) Babies come out of the butt, right?
      Cleveland: (hesitant) Yeah.

  • NOTES (0)

  • ALLUSIONS (10)

    • Carter Pewterschmidt makes fun of Bill Gates, saying he doesn't own a Zune but rather an iPod, "like the rest of the world".

      Gates's Microsoft's Zune is an MP3 player, which is a competitor to Apple Inc.'s iPod.

    • In his music video, Stewie sang the Academy Award nominated and Grammy Award winning song "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" by Bryan Adams, from the 1991 movie Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves.

    • The White Stripes

      The scene in Stewie's music video where he's made of Legos is a reference to the video "Fell In Love With A Girl" by The White Stripes.

    • The Police

      The shot of Stewie dancing in slow motion in a room full of candles is a reference to the 80's video for "Wrapped Around Your Finger" by The Police.

    • Across The Universe

      Part of Stewie's Music Video he is throwing paint at a canvas much like during the "Strawberry fields" part of this film, except he does not use strawberry juice as paint as well.

    • The Birth of Venus

      During Stewie's music video, a scene of him standing naked in a clam shell is shown. This is an allusion to the Sandro Botticelli painting, The Birth of Venus.

    • Transformers

      Joe has Megatron, leader of the Decepticons, tell Peter and the guys to put the money back.

    • Christian Bale

      In the first airing of this episode, Peter mentions that Christian Bale treated him badly once, and then it cut to an audio clip of Bale cursing out Peter. The audio of Bale was lifted from a tirade recorded on the set of the movie Terminator: Salvation, in which Bale yells at Shane Hurlbut, director of photography, for walking around the set while filming was going on. The reference to Bale was removed from the April 5, 2009 rerun of the episode.

    • Droopy Dog

      When the clip from Hannity and Colmes is shown. Alan Colmes is portrayed as Hanna-Barbera cartoon character Droopy Dog.

    • Ocean's Three and a Half

      The title of this episode is a parody of the recent sequels to the 2001 remake of the 1960 movie Ocean's Eleven

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