Family Guy

Season 9 Episode 3

Welcome Back Carter

3
Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Oct 10, 2010 on FOX
5.4
out of 10
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276 votes
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After Peter catches Carter having an affair, he is forced into keeping a secret. But when Peter accidentally spills the beans, Lois' mom demands a divorce, and Peter is in charge of Carter's return to bachelorhood.

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  • Why do people hate this episode?... I thought it was perfect.

    10
    I thought that this was a perfect episode of "Family Guy". Peter catches Carter having affair with another woman and Carter told Peter that he better not tell Barbara about the affair or else. Peter tells Joe, Quagmire, and Brian about the affair and then Quagmire and Joe were telling Peter not to let Carter get away with things and that Peter would have Carter do things for him or else he will tell Barbara about the affair. It was hilarious when Peter and Carter had a limo joust, Carter telling the people of France that their sirens sound like gay guys having a threesome and then you hear the siren, it was hilarious when Carter had to make up some catch phrases for Peter, it was hilarious when Peter had to say penis to make that guy fall on the ground, and it was hilarious when Peter was setting the mood for Carter and Barbara. The cutaways were also hilarious such as the mouse priest, diabeto, and Peter playing footsie with Paul McCarthey's ex-wife. Overall, I thought that this was a hilarious episode of "Family Guy" and I just don't understand why so many people hate this episode. 10/10moreless
  • Bleh

    4.0
    After Peter catches Carter having an affair, he is forced into keeping a secret. But when Peter accidentally spills the beans, Lois' mom demands a divorce, and Peter is in charge of Carter's return to bachelorhood.



    this episode gets a 4 . 0 out of 10. 0



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  • Carter has a afair on Barbara/Babs and Peter Blackmales him to keep quiet.

    8.5
    I loved the Cater and Babs episode. Babs is one of my favorite charaters and it was nice that the centered a episode on her and Carter. I loved Babs's flash back to when she first met Carter. When Peter caught Carter in bed with the Asian Lady and keep saying EEWW made me snicker. It was nice that Peter and the guys included Brian and let him hang with them. I howeverdid not like Quagmire being mean to Brian. I want to slap him so much. In all a good epsidoe and a touching ending. I'm glad Babs didn't divorce Carter there a good couple.moreless
  • Can someone tell me why you would give episode a score above a three.

    2.0
    This episode was well horrible. The dialogue is hackneyed and dull. The new head writers must be burned out. I was a fan of family guy and it still has a place in my heart. The reason I watched it b/c I hoped it would be as good as the season premier, and better than the previous one. Well I was 1/2 right. I wasted 30 mins watching this episode. There was some good parts, such as the trip back toward memory lane and Quagmire's two cents about the sanctity of marriage. But this episode bored the crap out of me. Most of it was stupid mindless chatter. Thats it.moreless
  • I've seen Better Episodes.

    1.0
    I am afraid that I do not really like this episode of Family Guy very much at all. First of all, the kids were not in it. They had episodes without Meg and Chris before, but what is Family Guy without Stewie? Let's face it. He and Brian are Family Guy.



    The second propblem was Bab's hypocritical reaction to her husband's infidelity. Who is she to complain about it? She cheats on Carter at the drop of a hat. Besides, I thought that they said that they don't love each other, and they only married for each other's money, so what does it matter?



    I give this episode a one.moreless
Seth MacFarlane

Seth MacFarlane

Peter Griffin/Brian Griffin/Glenn Quagmire/Carter Pewterschmidt

Alex Borstein

Alex Borstein

Lois Griffin/Barbara Pewterschmidt

Seth Green (I)

Seth Green (I)

Chris Griffin

Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis

Meg Griffin

Mike Henry (VI)

Mike Henry (VI)

Various

Patrick Meighan

Patrick Meighan

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Danny Smith (IV)

Danny Smith (IV)

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Alec Sulkin

Alec Sulkin

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John Viener

John Viener

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