Family Guy: Season 3, Episode 3

Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington (25 Jul. 2001)

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Peter becomes a tobacco lobbyist.

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Chris Griffin / Neil Goldman / Additional Voices (voice)
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Meg Griffin (voice)
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Mr. Weed (voice)
Ricky Blitt ...
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Chairman (voice)
Louise DuArt ...
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Alyssa Milano
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When his company is bought out by a tobacco company, they maker Peter the president and then send him to Washington D.C. to talk to the senate. Written by Bukue_One

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One of the cigarette company posters features Peter as Joe Camel. See more »

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George W. Bush appears here as a clean-cut, reasonably-intelligent character. In later seasons he is drawn different and redesigned as a childish idiot. See more »

Quotes

Parking Director: Oh, No need to park here, Mr. Griffin, you have an executive parking space now.
Peter Griffin: Well... that looks exactly like my old space.
Parking Director: Yeah, but this one comes with your own company suck up!
Company Suck Up: Morning, Mr. Griffin! Nice Day!
Peter Griffin: Ehhh, It's a little cloudy.
Company Suck Up: Exactly! It's one of the worst days I've seen in years! So, good news about the Yankees!
Peter Griffin: I hate the Yankees.
Company Suck Up: Pack of cheaters! That's what they are! I Love your tie!
Peter Griffin: I hate this tie.
Company Suck Up: It's awful, it's scotty, it's gotta go.
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