What episode in Family Guy is the pheasant on the glass?

What episode in Family Guy is the pheasant on the glass?


Family Guy episode
Episode no. Season 8 Episode 14
Directed by Julius Wu
Written by Chris Sheridan

What episode of Family Guy do you see through Stewie’s eyes?

“Point of Stew” The audience sees the world through Stewie’s eyes as Lois changes him, Meg wishes him to keep her ring (Stewie stating this is a “Red Flag”), and his friends ask him to go down the slide at the playground (doing a reference to the film National Lampoon’s Vacation in the process).

Why is Stewie’s head shaped like a lemon?

In the episode “Stuck Together, Torn Apart”, a cutaway shows Stewie’s head to be normally shaped, until he hits it on the ceiling while bouncing on the bed, and it is elongated into the familiar shape.

Which Family Guy episodes have the chicken fights?

Ranking Peter’s Fights With The Giant Chicken On ‘Family Guy’

  • The Fifth Fight – “Yug Ylimaf”
  • The First Fight – “Da Boom”
  • The Second Fight – “Blind Ambition”
  • The Third Fight – “No Chris Left Behind”
  • The Fourth Fight – “Internal Affairs”
  • Honorable Mention:

How many affairs has Lois had?

Lois also had an affair with Bill Clinton in “Bill and Peter’s Bogus Journey”. Lois has also had sex with Jerome some time in the past as revealed in “Jerome Is the New Black”. Lois has went on a date with Glenn Quagmire three times, in “Stuck Together, Torn Apart”, “Meet the Quagmires”, and “Big Man on Hippocampus”.

Has quagmire slept with Bonnie?

In “April in Quahog”, Bonnie had sex with Quagmire with Joe’s permission after Quagmire lied and said he was a virgin. In “Go, Stewie, Go!”, Bonnie admits to Lois that she had an affair with some guys from internet.

Why is Brian the only dog that talks?

It appears that this trait is rare in dogs of the Family Guy universe and that there is no real reason why he should be able to talk when other dogs cannot. Yet in a world where various animals and inanimate objects are given speech abilities for comedic effect, there is equally no reason why he shouldn’t talk.