The story deals with a slob named Larry and his companion, the talking dog, Steve. Larry worries that distance is forming between himself and his son Milt, so together with Steve, he looks for a way to bond with the boy. Written by
Fred Mason & Skippy Watson
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Various jokes in this were later reused in early episodes of Family Guy
(1999): Larry/Peter laughing at Tom Hanks in Philadelphia, the Star Trek spoof with William Shatner gesticulating wildly, people in England having drive-by arguments, God in church saying "I hate it when he tells this story!", Larry/Peter farting for the first time at age 30. See more
[Begging to be adopted as a pet
You will be responsible for the subsequent euthanasia!
Yeah, and there are probably too many kids being born over there, right?
During the credits is a series of additional scenes, including: Congressman, Newt Gingrich doing a press conference, and Larry walks up to him and lifts up the politicians wig and reveals a mini-bar. He helps himself to a drink and walks back to the podium and asks "Do you have anything besides schlitz?" A scene of Larry (continuing the joke of him never farting until he was 30) hiding behind a couch when he passes gas. Then he farts again, not knowing what it was he fires a machine gun wildly at nothing. A live-action scene with creator/host Seth MacFarlane notices his Chinese butler, Wang, is still in the house. So Seth says to him "Wang, go home for Christ's sake." See more