Lois becomes the high school sex ed teacher, but is fired for having "radical" views. So she is replaced by a Christian group that uses fear, misinformation and lies to promote abstinence.

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Lois becomes the high school sex ed teacher, but is fired for having "radical" views. So she is replaced by a Christian group that uses fear, misinformation and lies to promote abstinence.

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The scene where Stewie is panicking and several different characters stand in line and take turns attempting to calm him down in bizarre ways is a reference to a scene from the movie Airplane! See more »

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When Stewie loses his tooth and Chris begins talking about the Tooth Fairy, Stewie acts like he is unfamiliar with the concept. However, he asked Brian to knock out all of his teeth for Tooth Fairy money in Family Guy: Bango Was His Name, Oh! See more »

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Peter Griffin: I'm abstinent, Lois. It's all in these pamphlets Meg brought home from school. Sex turns straight people gay and turns gays into Mexicans. Everyone goes down a notch.
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The One With The Abstinence...
26 April 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I really like this episode. It's funny and it actually touches on important issues.

In this episode, Lois becomes the sex-ed teacher at Meg and Chris's high school. But she is fired because she is giving important, proper information about sex, that the kids should have. Like about birth control. But the school and parents think she's too radical to teach their kids. How rude? Do the parents want to have their kids get pregnant because they didn't know how to use a condom? Come on, people. It's the twenty-first century, sex is a part of life. Anyway, I'm getting off topic. So to replace her the school gets a Christian group to come in and by using fear, misinformation and straight-out lies, they convince the kids to go with the path of abstinence. Even Meg follows their lead. Later in the episode, after Meg gets a boyfriend, Lois finds them having sex, in the ear. Yes, you read right. In the ear. What kind of world are we coming to?

Overall, I give this episode an 8 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Awesome.


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