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"Family Guy" Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows (2002)

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Writers:
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Original Air Date:
17 January 2002 (Season 3, Episode 17)
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Plot:
Brian finds his true love, while Peter raises a family of birds. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Is this the greatest episode of "Family Guy" ever? See more (2 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Dan Povenmire 
Pete Michels (supervising director)
 
Writing credits
Seth MacFarlane (created by)

Seth MacFarlane (developed by) &
David Zuckerman (developed by)

Ali Adler (written by) (as Allison Adler)

Alex Barnow  staff writer
Alex Borstein  staff writer
David Collard  staff writer (as Dave Collard)
Marc Firek  staff writer
Ken Goin  staff writer

Produced by
Ali Adler .... producer (as Allison Adler)
Mike Barker .... supervising producer
David A. Goodman .... co-executive producer
Debby Hindman .... animation producer
Gene Laufenberg .... producer
Seth MacFarlane .... executive producer
Melissa Owen .... associate producer
Daniel Palladino .... executive producer
Kara Vallow .... producer
Matt Weitzman .... supervising producer
 
Original Music by
Walter Murphy 
 
Film Editing by
John C. Walts  (as John Walts)
 
Casting by
Linda Lamontagne 
Karen Vice 
 
Production Management
Lisa D. Fetterman .... production supervisor
Tony Garcia .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sarah Frost .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Andrew Burrell .... property designer
Gabriel DeFrancesco .... storyboard revisionist (as Gabriel De Francesco)
Young Lee .... storyboard revisionist
Jeff Stewart .... storyboard artist
Salene Weatherwax .... property designer
Jefferson R. Weekley .... property designer
 
Sound Department
Don Digirolamo .... re-recording mixer
Rick Ellis .... production sound mixer
Todd Langner .... re-recording mixer
Bob Newlan .... supervising sound editor
 
Animation Department
Craig Armstrong .... animation timer
Patrick Buchanan .... animation timer
Nic Camecho .... overseas animation supervisor
Acacia Caputo .... lip assignment
Fran Doyle .... overseas animation supervisor
Bill Edwards .... character designer
Gary Hall .... animation checker (as Gary C. Hall)
Jamy Huang .... color key supervisor
Robert Ingram .... animation timer
Wendy Jacobsmeyer .... animation checker
Seth MacFarlane .... original character designer
Rae McCarson .... background designer
Maureen Mlynarczyk .... animation timer
Kevin M. Newman .... character designer
Michael Polcino .... animation director
Becca Ramos .... background designer
 
Editorial Department
Estrella Capin .... animatic editor
Kim Fertman .... post-production coordinator
James Hartley .... color key
Jim Lara .... animatic editor (as Jim E. Lara)
Dao Le .... animatic editor
Monica Lee .... animatic editor
Cynthia McIntosh .... color key
 
Music Department
Alex Borstein .... singer: theme song
Tom Boyd .... oboe soloist
Seth Green .... singer: theme song
Ron Jones .... composer: theme music
Stan Jones .... music editor
Seth MacFarlane .... composer: theme music
Seth MacFarlane .... singer: theme song
Seth MacFarlane .... song: lyrics by
Tommy Morgan .... musician: harmonica
Walter Murphy .... composer: main title music
Walter Murphy .... composer: theme music
Walter Murphy .... song: music by
Todd Sheidenberger .... orchestrator
David Zuckerman .... composer: theme music
 
Other crew
Steve Callaghan .... story editor
Estrella Capin .... retake coordinator
Joe Cecchini .... production assistant
Michael Dante DiMartino .... director: re-takes
Kim Fertman .... assistant: Daniel Palladino
Jim Fleckenstein .... production assistant
Matt Fleckenstein .... assistant: Seth MacFarlane
Michael Gurau .... production assistant
Mike Henry .... executive story editor
Mark Hentemann .... executive story editor
Meg Hoffman .... assistant production accountant (as Megan Hoffman)
Christopher Holt .... background supervisor (as Chris Holt)
Kyle Jolly .... production coordinator (as Kyle A. Jolly)
Aaron LaFrance .... production coordinator
Rebecca Lau .... production assistant (as Becky Lau)
Edward Mariscal .... production assistant (as Edward A. Mariscal)
D.F. McKenzie .... production assistant
Marc Mealie .... assistant: Kara Vallow
Dan Navarro .... walla group
Brynne Orloski .... production assistant
Seth Podell .... assistant to writers
Marci Proietto .... production executive
Liddane Sanders .... production controller
Lane Schnaitter .... production coordinator
Peter Shin .... supervising director
Charlene Smith .... accounting assistant
Larry Solomon .... assistant to writers
Nicole Speed .... production coordinator (as Nicole Joette Speed)
Maureen Weston .... office manager (as Maureen 'mo' Weston)
 

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Additional Details

Runtime:
23 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The binary number in the Helen Keller cutaway is "0110 1001" or "69".See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: At the dinner table we see everybody having steak with mashed potatoes. But when Chris starts talking, he and Stewie are having roast chicken. On the next cut there is a steak on Brian's plate. When it is back to Stewie, he is having a steak as well, instead of the roast chicken from the previous shot.See more »
Quotes:
Brian Griffin:[Trying to sell a product at the mall to a passer-by] Excuse me, would you like to taste my smoked meat log?
[Is punched in the face]
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Movie Connections:
Soundtrack:
You've Got A Lot to SeeSee more »

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9 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
Is this the greatest episode of "Family Guy" ever?, 23 September 2008
Author: micro_hendy from United Kingdom

With two stories, both worthy of being their own episodes, "Family Guy" dives into a more sophisticated brand of adult humour. Although not the funniest episode I can recall, it really shows other adult cartoons like the simpsons and "King of the Hill" that there's a new kid on the block, and he's good.

If there was an award for the most sentimental moment in television cartoon history, the end of this episode should, in my opinion, win hand's down. With a Primetime Emmy winning song, "You've Got A Lot To See," and acclaim from some tough critics it's apparent that, as television shows go, this is the best of the best.

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