Family Guy: Season 3, Episode 2

Brian Does Hollywood (18 Jul. 2001)

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Brian moves to Hollywood and becomes a porn director.

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Peter Griffin / Brian Griffin / Stewie Griffin / Glenn Quagmire / Tom Tucker / Jake Tucker / Jasper / Additional Voices (voice)
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After recovering from his cocaine addiction, Brian decides it's time to move on with his life and packs up for California to pursue his dream of writing screenplays. He follows up on a contact from a friend and ends up being offered a chance to direct, but when the studio turns out to be a porn production house, Brian must decide just how much he wants to work in movies. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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The Nominees for Best original Score in a Porno Film are Ron Jones, Walter Murphy, and John Williams. The first two are music conductors on Family guy. Walter Murphy created the Main Title Music and both did episode music. John Williams is a reference to film score composer John Williams who is known for always being nominated, if not winning the major awards for composing film scores. See more »

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In the episode "Brian does Hollywood", as Lois, Peter, and Stewie wait for the "Kids Say..." auditions, Peter's clothes change from a blue suit, to a grey suit, and then to his normal clothing. See more »

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Bill Cosby: You like jump rope, don't you?
Stewie Griffin: [Stewie is being hypnotized] I like jump rope.
Bill Cosby: All right, then you are going to sit here and enjoy it.
Stewie Griffin: I'm going to sit here and enjoy it, and I like pudding, and Ghost Dad was the best movie I've seen since Leonard Part 6.
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References Kids Say the Darndest Things (1998) See more »

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Looks Like We Made It
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Written by Richard Kerr
Lyrics by Will Jennings
Performed by Barry Manilow
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Good Episode, Incredibly Stupid and Offensive Joke
27 November 2009 | by (Sydney) – See all my reviews

This is a good episode, Brian directing porn is a great premise and all in all it's pretty funny. The joke about Sharon Tate is absolutely shameful however and should never have been written, produced, televised or released on DVD.

There are a couple of stupid, offensive jokes in season 3 - the one about Jonbenet Ramsey is also woeful - but this joke almost ruins the entire season, even the entire series for me. Doesn't Seth Macfarlane have a conscience? Doesn't he monitor the writing in his own show? That joke should never have made it out of the writing room. Family Guy has always been inconsistent but jokes like this don't sit with the style, wit and humour the show is loved for.


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