Peter's mom starts dating TV anchor Tom Tucker, causing Peter to turn to him as the father figure he always wanted. And Brian and Stewie begin hosting their own raunchy radio program.

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Lois Griffin (voice)
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Chris Griffin (voice)
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Meg Griffin (voice)
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Peter's mom starts dating TV anchor Tom Tucker, causing Peter to turn to him as the father figure he always wanted. And Brian and Stewie begin hosting their own raunchy radio program.

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17 September 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Even on the so-called "uncensored" DVD, the stripper's breasts are still blurred. See more »

Goofs

When Lois opens the door for Peter's mom (she just left Peter's father) they stand in front of the open red door. When the camera cuts back to Peter, Lois, and his mother, the door disappears, leaving only the door-jam. See more »

Quotes

Brian Griffin: We have a show!
Stewie Griffin: Oh, Yes, We have a show.
Denzel Washington: [whistle, then scene from Philadelphia plays] After all, AIDS is a deadly, incurable disease. But no matter how you come to judge Charles Wheeler and his partners, in ethical, moral, and in human terms, the fact of the matter is, when they fired Andrew Beckett because he had AIDS, they broke the law.
Brian Griffin: What is wrong with you?
Stewie Griffin: I sweat to God that was supposed to be "Food Fight"
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Connections

Spoofs Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Give Me the Simple Life
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Written by Harry Ruby and Rube Bloom
Performed by June Christy
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The One Where Tom Tucker Becomes Peter's Father Figure...
25 January 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I love this episode. It's so funny. I think it was so funny to see Peter acting like a child. To tell you the truth, it's one of my most lovable moments of the series. Peter is my favorite character and I love when he acts like a little boy.

In this episode, Peter's Mother starts dating Tom Tucker. Tom becomes a father figure for Peter, Peter not warming up to him, at first. Eventually, he loves having a new Daddy, one that actually treats him like a person, instead of the cold Father Peter did have. Peter acts like a child would, with a new parent in the picture, not acting as an adult would. Meanwhile, Brian and Stewie get their own radio show and they use way too many buttons with catchphrases on them.

Overall, I give this episode a 10 out of 10.


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