Family Guy

Season 11 Episode 15

Turban Cowboy

26
Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Mar 17, 2013 on FOX
4.7
out of 10
User Rating
105 votes
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  • Episode Summary

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    Turban Cowboy
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    After a near-death experience Peter decides to convert to Islam.

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    SUBMIT REVIEW
    • rayen

      1.0
      stupid fucking episode they make muslims always terrorists
    • Ugh...

      1.5
      The sheer hatred and mean-spirited attacks on Arabs/Muslims in this episode is disgusting and even worse than the Jew, Christian & other religion bashing done in the past. Fuck you Seth MacFarlane!
    • The Episode That May Have Inspired The Boston Bombings

      1.0
      If I were Carter Pewterschmidt, I wouldn't even bother going to Peter's funeral. By all accounts, he should have been dead at least twice in the past season (2014) alone...
    • Not memorable, but not as bad as people say it is

      8.0
      Seriously, I know this episode was kind of dark, but it was decent.
    • Hilarious episode!!!

      9.0
      One of the few this season that had a lot of hilarious jokes. Some seem to be taking offense with the storyline - and the boston marathon joke was hard to laugh at considering the recent tragedy there. But the rest of the episode was Family Guy at it's best - the speech about America, the 'just sing la bamba but don't sing bamba' was great too, the sky diving, Harrison Ford, the chameleon, squash and wife leaving town cutaways were excellent and the one Stewie moment was hilarious.



      I never write reviews, but this episode felt like a return to some good jokes (and there's nothing wrong with having a muslim suicide bomber - IF you don't act like they're ALL suicide bombers - and enough of their jokes referenced the fact that others aren't and it was just a bad coincidence. Where as... other racial or national stereotypes arent so delicate - they literally do say all British people have bad teeth and act a particular way. I thought they were quite sensitive about this one for obvious reason.



      Don't listen to what these overly PC reviewers are saying - check it out, keep an open mind and you might just enjoy it.moreless
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