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[while making out with Jodie Foster, hearing a car pull in]
Oh, no, Jodie, it's my husband. He's home from work early.
[In a deep voice]
Don't worry, baby. He had to find out sometime.
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well this episode for starters is pretty average. It has one continuing plot line throughout which I am not a fan of but the story is pretty funny up until the stupid marriage plot and moral heavy parts. it just isn't creative enough IMO... so overall its OK to watch when bored but do not expect a masterpiece. the overall ending wasn't creative either..... it just seems like the audience they attracted with their adult show, kids, are now being targeted by the same brainwashing and rehashing trope that the dumb kids shows already do by family guy.this used to be a show that kids could watch that wasn't the same story rehashed with more and more dumb morals in it
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