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Episode Guide

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Meet the cast of family guy season fact, Lois' children look like their real universe counterparts, except the famioy that they all have Glen's jaw structure. That's not the only change though - in this alternate future, Al Gore is the President and apparently all is well in the world, with flying cars that run on vegetable oil. This leads to a hilarious segment that parodies the introduction to the Jetsons, where George decides to take back his wallet from Jane, instead of letting her go shopping with it. This leads to her falling out of the car, conveniently in front of Peter and Brian.

The Griffin's become "The Quagmires" when Peter changes the past. The writers use this alternate future moment to make yet another anti-Bush political statement. It would have been fine on its own, but it seems as if the last few episodes have all had significant political themes that feel out of place. When Meg refuses to listen, Brian points out to her that if there were truly a loving Godthen he would not have created Meg to have an attractive mother like Lois but have her be unattractive like Peter, and that she would not be living in a world where everyone holds her in contempt and otherwise pretends that she does not exist not even caring enough to get her a mumps vaccine.

Feeling ashamed, Meg concedes to Brian's argument and apologizes for her behavior, confessing that she does not know how she can feel loved. Brian then assures her that the answers are inside herself, and the real meaning of their existence is out there somewhere. Afterward, it is revealed that the entire Family Guy universe takes place within the molecules of a lampshade in the shared bedroom of Adam West and Rob Lowe.

Meanwhile, furious that he did not get a chance to ask the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation any questions at the convention, and the fact that the cast instead answered questions completely unrelated to Star Trek, Stewie builds an authentic Star Trek transporter and beams the cast over to interview them in a nod to the TNG episode " Skin of Evil ", Denise Crosby is killed in a show of force. Stewie decides to spend the whole day with the cast, which includes stealing Cleveland 's van, having lunch at McDonald'sgoing bowlingand going to a carnival. However, they complain about minor things and greatly annoy Stewie, who beams everyone back after stating that they have ruined Star Trek: The Next Generation for him, and that he hopes they all die.

Production[ edit ] Patrick Stewart voices himself in this episode "Not All Dogs Go to Heaven" was directed by series regular Greg Colton, in his second episode of the season his first one being " Road to Germany ". It was written by regular writer and recurring voice actor Danny Smithin his first episode of the season. Series regulars Peter Shin and James Purdum served as supervising directors.



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