After she saves Rupert, Stewie smothers Lois with affection, until it tires her; Peter sues Dr. Hartman for sexual harassment, after having his first prostate exam.

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Chris Griffin (voice)
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Meg Griffin (voice)
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Diane Simmons (voice)
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Stewie suddenly begins to appreciate everything his mother does for him and feels deeply affected to her. Lois is content at first, but as Stewie's affection grows close to manic - with Stewie being on her back 24/7 and threatening Brian to stop hitting on her - she becomes worn out. Meanwhile, Peter goes to see his doctor to get a flu vaccine because of a current wave of infections. While there, his doctor finds out Peter has never had a prostrate exam, so he recommends his to perform one. Peter agrees, not knowing how it works and feeling raped when his doctor tries to examine him. When he finds out all his friends have had the same experience, he decides to sue his doctor for rape. Written by Keydel, Philipp

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Trivia

When Stewie and Brian are fighting, Stewie starts talking Spanish, and what he says translates to "I am going to kill you, ugly dog. Do you understand me, stupid? You are an imbecile. I hate you!" See more »

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When Stewie is in court because apparently Michael Jackson had touched him, Stewie is obviously sitting down in the first scene but when Stewie is shown again, he is clearly standing up, with no movement visible. See more »

Quotes

Stewie Griffin: Oh, it is so hard to find funny women, and you are hilarious. Oh, you're like a female Bonnie Hunt!
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Spoofs Star Trek (1966) See more »

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Sobre las Olas
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Music by Juventino Rosas
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mom,mom,mommy,mommy,lois,lois,.......................
11 January 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I loved every minute of this episode. It is a fresh kick off for the 5th season. The plot, as the title reveals it, is about stewie loving Lois after she saves his teddy bear Rupert. All the drama and fun starts once Stewie's love is over the limit. This is not just a typical family guy episode. It had all the laughs and outrage delivered keenly. And it had a strange plot and a strange Stewie, a Stewie that we had never seen before.

I can't stress enough how hilarious this episode was. And I'm not saying this because I love the show. I am saying it because this episode practically gave the 5th season its scent. Family Guy fans, if you haven't already seen this episode, you should, it's totally worth watching. I loved it and I am sure you will love it too.


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