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Peter Griffin: Husband, Father... Brother? 

While learning about his family history, Chris discovers that one of Peter's ancestors was a black slave once owned by the Pewterschmidts.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Chris Griffin / Neil Goldman / Additional Voices (voice)
Meg Griffin (voice)
Cop / Coach (voice)
Wayne Collins ...
Basketball Player / League Member (voice)
George W. Bush (voice)
Cleveland Brown (voice)
Donald / Chapter President / Rapper / Black Comedian (voice)
Girl (voice)
Jill / Woman / Animatronic Irish Woman (voice)
Kim Parks ...
Tonya / Girl (voice)
League Member #2 / Black Professor (voice)
Danny Smith ...
Announcer / Scientist #2 / Leper (voice)
Cindy / Waitress / Girl (voice)


When Chris begins to embrace African-American culture, Cleveland takes him to an Irish heritage museum to teach him about his own culture. In a genealogy book, Chris discovers that he has an African-American ancestor. Meanwhile, when the Peterschmidts come to visit, they reveal a secret and bribe Peter to keep it quiet. But after Peter accepts the bribe, he makes a harsh realization. Written by Anonymous

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Animation | Comedy




Release Date:

6 December 2001 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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At the end of Peter's speech at the Quahog African American League, several members approach the podium to applaud him. The man second from the left is clearly Caucasian. This doesn't make sense since Peter, being Caucasian, caused a disturbance amongst the African-American members to illustrate the point that he was the only white guy in an otherwise black group. See more »


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References Good Times (1974) See more »


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