Quagmire falls in love with and marries the Maid that Peter won on a game show only to find out that she's a psycho and must figure out a way to get out of it.

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Lois Griffin (voice)
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Chris Griffin / Ricky (voice)
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Meg Griffin (voice)
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Death (voice)
Stephan Cox ...
Pat Sajak (voice)
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Hal (voice)
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Darrel Heath ...
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Cleveland Brown (voice)
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Lois / Mother at Park (voice)
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Quagmire's One-Night-Stand (voice) (as Christy Romano)
Danny Smith ...
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Joan the Maid (voice)
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Quagmire falls in love with and marries the Maid that Peter won on a game show only to find out that she's a psycho and must figure out a way to get out of it.

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When Peter was given the basic letters (RSTNLE) when he was guessing the answer on The Wheel Of Fortune, all of those letters were in the answer. See more »

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Brian Griffin: Well, I guess that's not the weirdest thing I've ever seen on a gameshow. Remember that time Mayor Adam West appeared on Jeopardy?
Alex Trebek: Alright players, the answer is, "It was the first spacecraft on the surface of Mars." Adam, what was your response?
[West reveals that he has written "Kebert Xela" as his answer]
Alex Trebek: Kebert Xela.
[There is a flash of light, and Trebek vanishes with a scream. The other contestants look shocked]
Mayor Adam West: Only saying his name backwards can send him back to the Fifth Dimension, where ...
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References Joey (2004) See more »

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The Great Space Coaster Theme Song
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Subtle with some great TV and film references. And a must-see for Quagmire fans.
28 April 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

As a huge fan of the series, this episode has to be my favorite. The first half of the episode is virtually reference after reference. The main story regarding Quagmire is only shown for a handful of seconds between the hilarious TV and movie references, with some great what-ifs. The final act is mainly about the Quagmire plot, which I still enjoyed.

I found the general feel of this episode to be more zany, crazy than the usual style and at the same time more subtle. Even though this method of humor is sometimes risky because of the way it can stretch characters in damaging ways (like in later seasons of the Simpons when Homer became more wacky and out of character), this episode still gave me huge laughs. Nonetheless, I am sure it will be quite hit or miss with the audience because of this style chosen. My comment does link in to the main plot for this episode, as Quagmire's character is stretched beyond what you might expect!


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