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It originally aired on Fox in the United States on May 30, In the episode, Brian volunteers to bring Stewie home from his grandparents' house in Palm Springs , but the pair miss their flight and must embark on a cross-country journey home. Meanwhile, Peter becomes addicted to watching a series of marriage counselling videos hosted by an adult film star. The episode was directed by Dan Povenmire and was written by Gary Janetti. It guest starred Victoria Principal as Dr. Series creator Seth MacFarlane conceived the idea for this episode, and was inspired by the s Road to

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Road to Rhode Island

It originally aired on Fox in the United States on May 30, In the episode, Brian volunteers to bring Stewie home from his grandparents' house in Palm Springs , but the pair miss their flight and must embark on a cross-country journey home.

Meanwhile, Peter becomes addicted to watching a series of marriage counselling videos hosted by an adult film star. The episode was directed by Dan Povenmire and was written by Gary Janetti. It guest starred Victoria Principal as Dr. Series creator Seth MacFarlane conceived the idea for this episode, and was inspired by the s Road to The episode received largely positive reviews from television critics.

The episode begins with a flashback set seven years ago, where it is revealed that Brian was born in a puppy mill and taken from his mother.

Back in the present, Brian tells his psychiatrist about the experience. Afterwards, Brian volunteers to pick up Stewie from his vacation at his grandparents' summer home in Palm Springs, California , where Stewie frames a maid for stealing to amuse himself at dinner. At the airport bar, Brian gets very drunk and, when Stewie comes to retrieve him, their plane tickets are stolen.

They stop at a rundown motel, where Stewie tries calling home, but fails because he believes his phone number is The next day, they have to escape and hotwire a car because their credit card was rejected. To get home, Stewie and Brian masquerade as crop dusters to steal a plane, which they immediately destroy. As the pair continue hitchhiking back to Quahog , they pass by a puppy mill near Austin, Texas , Brian's birthplace. Upon arrival, they discover that Brian's mother died one year prior to their arrival, was taxidermied and turned into a table by the puppy mill owners as a memorial.

With Stewie's reluctant help, Brian gives his mother a proper burial. The pair eventually complete their journey home by riding in an open boxcar , where Brian attempts to apologize to Stewie for all of the trouble he has put both of them through, only to have Stewie reply that he actually enjoyed it. Reconciled, they perform a musical duet "Off On the Road to Rhode Island" as the train takes them home.

When Stewie and Brian return home, Lois asks Stewie about the trip, and Stewie covers up for Brian by saying the trip was "Smooth sailing through calm seas".

Lois leaves and Brian tells Stewie that he is thankful to Stewie for covering for him, and asks Stewie if there's anything he can do to repay him. At first, it appears that Stewie wishes to make him his servant by providing an example with an episode of The Brady Bunch , although it turns out that Stewie wants Brian to tape that episode for him. Meanwhile, Lois urges Peter to watch relationship videos with her, but the videos turn out to be pornography hosted by Dr.

Amanda Rebecca, who strips after asking the women to leave the room. Peter becomes addicted to the videos, much to Lois's chagrin. She gets herself on the end of one of the tapes in black lingerie and entices Peter. While kissing, Peter rewinds the tape, playing the part of Lois taking her robe off over and over.

Povenmire said that MacFarlane would tell him, "We've got two minutes to fill. Give me some visual gags. Do whatever you want. I trust you. This is the first episode of the "Road to" episodes of the series which air through various seasons of the show. The musical number in the episode is sung to the tune of " We're Off on the Road to Morocco " from the film Road to Morocco.

In the scene, Stewie, when approaching airport security, realizes that his bag is full of weapons. He then says, "Let's hope Osama bin Laden doesn't know show tunes. However, the scene was left intact on the "Freakin' Sweet Collection. Tom Eames of entertainment website Digital Spy placed the episode at number thirteen on his listing of the best Family Guy episodes in order of "yukyukyuks" and despite describing the episode as "hilarious", he said that Brian discovering his mother's body was "ultra emotional" and "one of the rare emotionally-charged moments in the show.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Victoria Principal as Dr. Further information: Road to Family Guy. Archived from the original on Retrieved The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved December 9, Osama bin Laden found January 31, Retrieved February 9, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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