Family Guy: Season 6, Episode 2

Movin' Out (Brian's Song) (30 Sep. 2007)

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Brian moves in with Jillian, but Stewie moves in too to help pay the rent. Meg and Chris both get jobs at the local convenience store.


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Episode credited cast:
Chris Griffin (voice)
Meg Griffin (voice)
Cleveland Brown / John Herbert (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jillian Russell (voice)
Carl (voice)
Jeff Bergman ...
Homer Simpson (voice)
Valerie Bertinelli (voice) (as Alex Breckenridge)
Elizabeth Shue / Blonde (voice)
Bart Simpson (voice)
Mark Hentemann ...
Danny Smith ...
Anthony Tavera ...


Brian moves in with Jillian, but Stewie moves in too to help pay the rent. Meg and Chris both get jobs at the local convenience store.

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30 September 2007 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The first act originally ended with Quagmire ending up killing the Simpson family after having sex with Marge during a promo for The Simpsons (1989). At the request of FOX, the scene was cut because it reportedly upset James L. Brooks and Al Jean, leading the network to ask the staffs of "Family Guy" and "The Simpsons" to never again make fun of each other. The gag can be seen on the Volume 6 DVD. See more »


Chris Griffin: Wow! You were almost in a dirt-bike race!
Carl: Yeah... I filled out most of the paper work, too.
Chris Griffin: You are the coolest guy I have ever met!
Carl: Yeah.
Meg Griffin: [walks on screen] Hey guys! Chris, I need you to stack the boxes in the back for me.
Carl: Ah... ya know what, Meg? Why don't you do that? I need Chris up here with me.
Meg Griffin: But the boxes are really heavy!
Carl: Uh... that's 'cause there's a bunch a' stuff in them.
[elbows Chris]
Carl: Chris...
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Why does Drew Barrymore can't do new episodes anymore
24 February 2008 | by (United States florida) – See all my reviews

I definitely think this episode is very funny. In this episode Jillian dates with Brian again and then Brian is going to take Jillian to see Disney on Ice. But then Peter Griffen wants to go. So Brian says he can take his ticket. But Jillian said that Stitch is gonna skate with Sabastan the Crab. So Peter Griffen puts on his Donald Duck costume and that is Hilarius. Then with Meg Griffen she was at the store and Carl the store manager thinks that shes a b or something because of friends to have. So then Stewie drops the shelves of magazines and then Meg cleans them up. Then Carl thinks that Meg should work here. Peter Griffen and Jillian was out at the park and Peter was saying his new language means thank you and then Brian wants to move with Jillian. Then Chris Griffen wants a job because he does not have enough money. So then Chris was talking with Carl about a movie that one girl was hot in this movie. Stewie was with Brian at Jillian's house and lied to pay the rent. This episode is very funny watch this episode and see how this episode makes you feel. To be continued.

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