Horace sells the Drunken Clam to a British investor, who converts the bar into an old English pub. Upset about the loss of their traditional watering hole, Petter and the guys start an unsuccessful revolution to drive him out. Meanwhile, Stewie meets the new owner's toddler daughter, and begins an intensive training course on her to turn her into a proper English lady. Written by
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In the Tron sequence in the episode "One if by Clam, two if By Sea", the patterns on the walls of the light-cycle arena read "If you can read this your TV is upside down" - upside down. See more
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