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Brian says to Stewie "If you don't like it, go on the internet and complain." This is a response from the writers to those fans of Family Guy who often posts blogs or forum comments with their gripes about the show, and about some inaccuracy within the show.
Chris finally suspects that Herbert may be a pedophile.
Was watching rerun of "Three's Company." Laughed so hard, pooped in pants. Went to find all-night cleaners or pants store.
Although Stewie killed Verne and Johnny a.k.a. The Vaudeville Guys in Saving Private Brian, and said to the camera: "Okay they're dead, alright, we're not going to be seeing them again"; The Vaudeville Guys do come back again (albeit Verne is a ghost while Johnny is in hell) in this episode.
It's rather odd that James Woods teaches Meg how to induce vomit, when Meg was the one who taught Chris in 'He's Too Sexy For His Fat'.
The ending for this episode is a replica of the previous Family Guy episode starring James Woods, "Peter's Got Woods".
The badge on Peter's fireman helmet looks that of the Heinz 57 Sauce label.
The text on the cover of Mustache Aficionado reads "This Issue: How to protect your mustache during an earthquake" and "Also: Cheech Marin: Mustache, or just dirt?"
It's the End of the World (And I Feel Fine) - R.E.M.
Hurricane - Bob Dylan
Pleasant Valley Sunday - The Monkees
Chris mentions that he doesn't have any friends, except he has been seen with other people in earliers episodes like Running Mates and Prick up your Ears.
After the credits were shown on FOX, a message appeared that the episode was "Dedicated to Paul D. Sheridan 1940-2007."
Paul was the father of Chris Sheridan, executive producer on the show, and writer of this episode.
Meg's shirt gets caught on a metal peg in the refrigerator and is later shown to be caught on a different peg.
In the scene where Stewie is handing Brian his construction equipment, he gives Brian a hammer, but in the next scene, it shows Brian holding a sledge hammer
During one of the flashbacks when Ripley and Newt are running and run into the queen, the queen is a female, but is portrayed by a male with a feminine voice.
In this episode, Peter is revealed to be an illegal Mexican immigrant. But Thelma is an American who gave birth in Mexico, she was on vacation when she gave birth to Peter, so Peter should still be a United States citizen.
In this episode, it is revealed that Peter was born in some kind of barn in Mexico while his mother was trying to get an abortion. However, in "And the Wiener Is..." when seemingly about to be killed by a bear his life flashes before his eyes. This flash back shows him to be born in a hospital.
When Carter Pewterschmidt saw the illegal immigrants celebrating Cinco de Mayo he stopped them and forced them to go back to work and they understood everything he said. However, just moments later when Peter gave them a motivational speech they didn't understand a word he said. In fact, Gerardo and everybody understood English for the whole episode except when Peter gave his speech.
You can see some of the migrant worker's kids playing with a "Ball in a Cup", first featured in the episode The Fat Guy Strangler.
When the family is first searching Stewie's room Stewie's toy box with the baseball bat is on the same wall as his door. When Lois goes in there to get to the secret room, the toy box is on the wall perpendicular to the wall with the door.
During Stewie's American Idol audition, Randy is shown with a gold bracelet on his right wrist. When Paula starts to talk, the bracelet switches to his left wrist.
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