When Peter and his neighbors win a trophy for building the best float at a local parade, they fight over who gets to keep it. As a compromise, they decide to display the trophy in a place they all can enjoy it. But when it's stolen, everyone becomes a suspect. Meanwhile, in order to afford an expensive purse, Meg gets a job as a waitress and pretends Stewie is her son for sympathy tips. Written by
Did You Know?
'Charles Heston''s line 'let my pigeons go' is a parody of his famous line 'Let my people go' from the film The Ten Commandments
(1956). His shooting of the pigeon is a reference to the fact Heston was president of the National Rifle Assosiation, and a strong supporter of gun ownership (which also explains his response 'it's your right as an American citizen', after being shot). See more
During the construction of the float, the buttons on Peter's shirt change sides in one shot. See more
Lois, "Who's the Boss" is not a food.
Swing and a miss.
During the end credits of "love thy trophy" there is a scene parodying "trainspotting" in which baby Stewie hallucinates after becoming addicted to pancakes. See more
Bubbles in the Wine (The Lawrence Welk Theme)
Music by Frank Loesser
, Bob Calame
& Lawrence Welk
Heard on Quagmire's record player See more