It is the 24th episode of Family Guy. Jay Mohr guest stars in the episode. When Brian catches fleas, the house becomes infested. The exterminators come, armed with military weaponry rather than conventional extermination equipment, and shoot up the house, while hunting the fleas. Brian puts the family up in a fancy hotel while the house is closed for repair and renovation.
Peter Griffin is based on a real person.
The show was originally supposed to be shorts.
A couple months ago, we showed you the 10 Hottest Women on 'The Simpsons'. We failed to include leading lady Marge who has a Playboy cover and a Maxim spread under her belt. Despite those credentials, Marge just doesn't do it for us - maybe it's the hair or her unflattering fashion sense.
Lois Buys Ice Cream
When the scene where Family Guy accurately depicts how "Every Pizza Place" makes a salad resurfaced the other week in multiple media publications, it reminded me how many funny food moments have been depicted on the show. The fact that the comedy is based on surprisingly accurate cutaways and absurdly random jokes allows the writers to come up with some truly memorable moments about food. Of course, because Family Guy humor consistently verges on being slightly—and sometimes very —offensive, we decided to keep our round-up PG. Here, we present to you those moments throughout the show's long run—and if we've made you feel nostalgic, you can then check out these 35 Funniest Food Moments From "Seinfeld". We all know about Stewie's countless plots to try to kill his mother, but Lois doesn't find out until she sees a picture Stewie drew of him killing her.
Disney buys FOX and does a total overhaul of Family Guy, by rebooting the series in a multitude of different, very "Disney-esque" ways. The reboots receive rather questionable feedback from focus groups. Disney conducts a focus group with the thought of canceling and then immediately rebooting Family Guy. The Griffin Family watches the focus group testers from the other side of a one-way mirror. The group wants to call it quits as Peter angrily confronts them. Finding out they want something binge-worthy, he quickly presents a show that only features a few moments of footage an episode.