Lois discovers a long-lost brother, but her new relative has a deadly secret.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lois Griffin (voice)
Chris Griffin / Additional Voices (voice)
Meg Griffin (voice)
Himself (voice)
Hand #1 (voice)
Cybill Shepherd (voice) (as Alex Breckenridge)
Barclay DeVeau ...
Hand #2 (voice)
Cleveland Brown (voice)
Todd (voice)
Contestant #3 (voice)
Chris Sheridan ...


Lois discovers that she has a brother, named Patrick, that her parents have been keeping in a mental hospital for years. He seems perfectly healthy when she goes to see him, however, so she arranges for him to be released and come live with her family. Patrick was hospitalized over trauma at catching his mother in bed with Jackie Gleason, and Peter's appearance brings back the old memories, causing him to go on a killing spree of similarly fat men. Will they be able to convince Lois that her brother is behind all the killings before he gets to Peter? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Animation | Comedy




Release Date:

27 November 2005 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Brian throws a rock hitting Peter in the face and says, "That's for closing the window when I tried to get in the General Lee." This is a reference to episode 3.12 To Love and Die in Dixie. See more »


Lois tells her father that she is in her forties, therefore she would remember her brother who had only been locked up in the asylum for 30 years, rather than him remembering her. See more »


Lois Griffin: Peter, don't forget, you have your physical today at 1:00.
Peter Griffin: For the hundreth time, Lois, I won't forget. Nag nag nag. Sometimes, I think I should have married that woman I met the night of my bachelor party.
[cut to Lois helping Peter out of the bar]
Lois Griffin: Peter, I can't believe your friends just left you here. Let's get you home.
Peter Griffin: Wow, strange lady, you're so sexy. I should marry you tomorrow instead of that pain in the ass Lois.
Lois Griffin: Peter, it's me.
Peter Griffin: You know what? Screw it! I am SO gonna cheat on Lois ...
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References The Three Stooges Show (1960) See more »

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Best Family Guy Episode
7 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the best Family Guy episode ever! A real demonstration of DENIAL in human beings: Lois rejecting the idea the her newly discovered brother is insane versus Peter refusing to admit that he is fat. The top three scenes are: 1- The thrilling doctor's appointment 2- Brian trying to convince Peter that he should do something

about is weight or perhaps admit that he is fat:

*Peter: "What the hell is that?"

(with all sorts of objects floating around him)

*Brian: "Your body mass as created its own gravitational field!" 3- The half dead fat guy wondering if he could eat the dead fat guy.

Two thumbs way up!!!

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