Meg takes a job at the local "superstore," but the store causes Peter to lose his job and his electricity. So he becomes the store's most vocal critic--until it offers him a job.

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Lois Griffin / Various (voice)
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Chris Griffin / Neil Goldman / Additional Voices (voice)
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Meg Griffin (voice)
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Diane Simmons (voice)
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Joanie (voice) (as Alex Breckenridge)
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Horace / Neil Goldman (voice) (as Johnny Brennan)
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Angela (voice)
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Cleveland Brown / John Herbert / Jesse (voice)
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Ollie Williams (voice)
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Danny Smith ...
Jim Kaplan (voice)
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Meg takes a job at the local "superstore," but the store causes Peter to lose his job and his electricity. So he becomes the store's most vocal critic--until it offers him a job.

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24 September 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

First time Cleveland falls from the second floor in his bathtub and yells "no no no nooooo!!!!" See more »

Goofs

When the guys are playing ping-pong Peter can be seen finishing his beer as the glass is tipped at about 45 degrees, yet after Joe hits the ball out the window his glass is full again. See more »

Quotes

Lois Griffin: So, how was work today Meg?
Peter Griffin: [blows raspberry]
Lois Griffin: Ugh, Peter, you lost your job because of a superstore, you shouldn't blame Meg.
Peter Griffin: [blows raspberry]
Lois Griffin: And you can stop making that fart sound every time someone says "Meg".
Peter Griffin: [blows raspberry]
Brian Griffin: So, how was your day exploiting the town's resources Meg?
Peter Griffin: [blows raspberry]
Chris Griffin: Hahahahaha! MEG!
Peter Griffin: [blows raspberry]
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References The Electric Company (1971) See more »

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Stay (I Missed You)
Written by Lisa Loeb
Performed by Lisa Loeb
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fair enough.
27 January 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I can't keep saying this is my favorite episode, that's my favorite episode. because I love all family guy episodes, and as you guys can apparently can see, I am a family guy fanatic. and I have seen all the episodes,and "Hell comes to Quahog" is not one of my favorite ones.

This episode is basically about Meg getting a job at the town superstore,and causes both Peter and the town a huge disaster. Peter ends up losing his job, and the city loses its electricity.

I say it's fair enough because not even a single joke made me laugh for so long that I miss the joke that comes after it. Usually when I watch family guy I laugh on one joke so hard that I miss the second one.

But there was one moment that I still remember and that was the flashback of peter watching "showgirls". I am still laughing about that moment while writing this comment.

Family guy fans take this episode for what it is. An average episode, it's not a disappointing episode, but it's definitely not the best one in season five.


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