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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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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Animation | Comedy

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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

An orange Mercedes disappears from the parking lot after the tank drives around a pile of rubble. See more »

Quotes

Man: Dude, this car kicks ass, and I can watch Madagascar while I'm driving.
Alex the Lion: What kind of music do you like, Gloria?
Gloria the Hippo: Hippo-hop. WOOHOO! Yeah, baby!
Man: Those animals are so fucking funny they make me wanna merge without looking!
[merges and causes a fiery pile-up behind him]
Man: Yeah, Rumsfeld!
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Connections

References The Electric Company (1971) See more »

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A Fifth of Beethoven
by Walter Murphy
based on "Symphony No. 5" by Ludwig van Beethoven
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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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