FAMILY GUY “Halloween on Spooner Street” Review

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FAMILY GUY “Halloween On Spooner Street” Season 9 Episode 4 – It is Stewie’s first Halloween and after Brian kindly gets him to stop shooting up the little kids, he finally dresses up as a vampire duck. After his candy is stolen by big kids, he devises a plot to get his candy back. Being Stewie, this plot involves a bazooka. Especially after Brian proves himself to be useless when the big boys paint him pink.

When he is unable to defeat the big boys, Stewie has no choice but to call in the big guns: Lois goes after the bully who stole Stewie’s candy big time. Don’t mess with the mama bear.

Of course Meg goes to her first high school Halloween party, which Lois comments hilariously: “You gonna go see three movies in a row so it seems like you’re doing something.” Meg’s friends decide to wear masks to increase their chance of making out.

After killing Quagmire with a rare bug from Senegal, Peter and Quagmire bond over Quagmire’s grandfather who was a Japanese Kamakase flyer during the Second World War. After asking whether or not Quagmire’s grandfather survived the war, and they decide to join Joe Swanson on patrol, where they witness a fight between two little people. It turns out that Quagmire is not Japanese. It’s just payback for tricking him into having sex with Joe.

The funniest development turned out to be the storyline with Meg, or Slutty Cat, who, much to her delight, finds herself making out with a Transformer. Unforunately the Transformer turns out to be…oh yeah, that’s right: her brother Chris. Ouch. And ew. When the pink Brian asks why they smell of sweat and shame they remain optimistic: they achieved their goals. They made out with high schoolers.

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