Everyone on Spooner Street becomes enemies when a trophy they all won mysteriously goes missing; Meg makes extra tips at her new job as a waitress by telling everyone she's unwed, teenage mother of Stewie.


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Episode credited cast:
Diane Simmons (voice)
Meg Griffin (voice) (credit only)
(voice) (as Tara Charendoff)
Danny Smith ...
Bonnie Swanson (voice)
Joe Swanson (voice)
Mrs. Kraner / Sandy Belford (voice)
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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 until it's stolen; Meg gets a job as a waitress and pretends Stewie is her son for sympathy tips. Written by Anonymous

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Animation | Comedy




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14 March 2000 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Rod Serling, former host of 'The Twilight Zone', appears in the episode to give a typical exposition seen on the show. The neighborhood strife is similar to the episode The Twilight Zone: The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street (1960). See more »


Near the end, in one shot, the Griffin's station wagon is blue, not red. See more »


[after Stewie gets taken into an ethnically diverse foster family]
Indian boy: Stewie, would you like to learn how to wrap a turban?
Stewie: Why don't you teach it to the Chinese girl? Or perhaps she can learn after her people invade your country.
Indian boy: Yee, would your people really do this?
Stewie: Try and stop them. And try and stop Pablo's people from using drug money to buy arms from Li's countrymen who in turn sells them to Ura's people so that they can ethnically clense the rest of this nauseatingly diverse grab bag of ...
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Crazy Credits

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 »


References The Shining (1980) See more »


Bubbles in the Wine (The Lawrence Welk Theme)
Music by Frank Loesser, Bob Calame & Lawrence Welk
Heard on Quagmire's record player
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The One With The Trophy...
21 February 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I love this episode. It's so funny. Everyone fighting over something so useless and pointless as a trophy, just makes me laugh.

In this episode, the local parade is happening, and Peter convinces his Spooner Street pals to create a float to try and win the prize. They do a scene from Who's The Boss, with someone getting caught in a shower. They win, but then they can't decide where the trophy should go. Peter thinks he should get it because it was his idea in the first place. And Joe, Quagmire and Cleveland also have valid points as to why they should get it. They come to an agreement and place the trophy upon the top of the float, in the middle of the street, so everyone can enjoy it. But when it gets stolen, everyone is once again, at each others throats. Everyone searches everyone else's house, to try and find the culprit. In the end, it was Brian who took it, so he could bury it.

Overall, I give this episode a 10 out of 10.

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