Death grants Peter's wish to go back in time to 1984 when he was 18, but only for one night. He end up bailing on a date with Lois to hang out with a movie actress. When he returns to the ... See full summary »

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Death grants Peter's wish to go back in time to 1984 when he was 18, but only for one night. He end up bailing on a date with Lois to hang out with a movie actress. When he returns to the present, he soon realizes that everything is but normal, as he is now married to the former actress, and Lois is with Quagmire. Written by freddyjasonmyer

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20 May 2007 (USA)  »

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Trivia

During the dinner with Quagmire in the alternate present time line, Lois references Mad TV. Alex Borstein, who voices Lois, was a regular on Mad TV for years. See more »

Goofs

At the country club dance, when Brian starts playing 'Never Gonna Give You Up' by Rick Astley, the year is 1984, but it wasn't released until 1987. But Brian comes from modern times, so he has knowledge of the song. This is a direct reference to the scene in Back to the Future in which Marty McFly plays a heavy metal version of Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode" in a 1950s school dance. See more »

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Lois Griffin: [while dancing] Something just poked me!
Glen Quagmire: It's ok. It's just my penis.
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An eighties synth-pop instrumental version of the opening theme song plays over the end credits. See more »

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References Die Hard (1988) See more »

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Music by Kenny Loggins
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One of my favorite episodes with so many throwbacks
7 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've seen this episode about 4 times and it still makes me laugh out loud more than any other episode of this outrageous (and at times genius) show.

Now I'm too young to have been around for much of the 80s, but there are some great references to the pop culture of the decade, from Caddyshack, to a jab at Eddie Murphy's stand-up, to Michael Jackson, Molly Ringwald, Rick Asley (sorry for the spelling), and -- my favorite -- Back to the Future.

So if you like the character Death (who doesn't?), classic pop-culture parodies, a few fart jokes, and Quagmire, then you'll love this episode.


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