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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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John Herbert / Bruce the Performance Artist (voice)
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Diane Simmons (voice)
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Jillian Russell (voice)
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Emcee (voice) (as Alex Breckenridge)
Kirker Butler ...
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George W. Bush (voice)
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Duke Dillon (voice)
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Various (voice)
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Horse (voice)
Mark Hentemann ...
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Danny Smith ...
Cow (voice)
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Lois gets a job as the church organist, so the family decides to begin going back to church. When Stewie gets sick after receiving communion, the congregation becomes convinced that he has been possessed by the devil. While on the run, the family ends up in Texas, where Peter begins to fit right in with the cowboys, Stewie enters the "Little Miss Texas" pageant, and Chris and Meg sneak into George W. Bush's house. Written by freddyjasonmyer

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29 April 2007 (USA)  »

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Peter breaks the fourth wall twice; once when he recognizes his horse as being voiced by Gilbert Gottfried and starts talking directly to the actor instead of the horse, and once at the end when he directs the moral of the story to the audience. See more »

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Peter mounts the horse from the wrong side. See more »

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Peter Griffin: If you're watching a TV show, and you decide to take your values from that, you're an idiot. Maybe you should take responsibility for what values your kids are getting. Maybe you shouldn't be letting your kids watch certain shows in the first place if you have such a big problem with them, instead of blaming the shows themselves.
[pauses then looks to the camera]
Peter Griffin: Yeah.
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Obnoxiously preachy
18 June 2008 | by See all my reviews

I loved the first 3 seasons of Family Guy, but was turned off by the drastic drop in quality during Season 4 and beyond. Granted, there have been classic episodes since then, but for the most part the writing degenerated into immature jabs at conservatives, republicans, the right-wing, religion, and anything else the writers disagree with.

This episode is a good example of that. It's a string of tired stereotypes of the south, religion, and anything remotely right-wing. Now, I'm not against offensive humor, but I like my shows to be equal opportunity offenders, not biased and ignorant shows that beat you over the head with their opinions. I even find some humor aimed at Christians to be funny (see George Carlin). But the writing isn't funny anymore. All it does is reinforce clichéd stereotypes (9/11, really?) to try and further their left-wing, anti-religious agenda.

Try South Park for a more balanced, unbiased cartoon.


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