Peter sues a fast food chain after he suffers a stroke from eating over 30 hamburgers in one sitting.

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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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Helen Hunt (voice) (as Alex Breckenridge)
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Todd Meyers (voice)
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Lisa / Donna (voice)
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Meaty the Quick-to-Anger Clown (voice)
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Peter sues a fast food chain after he suffers a stroke from eating over 30 hamburgers in one sitting.

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Animation | Comedy

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13 January 2008 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When trying to win a bet with Brian by attempting to become the most popular student at James Woods High Stewie names himself Zach Sawyer, a combination of Zach Morris (Saved by the Bell) and Peyton Sawyer (One Tree Hill) See more »

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When Peter walks out of the house to get in the car, the blue license plate is missing from the car's rear bumper. See more »

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Stewie Griffin: [after Stewie becomes the most popular boy at school] Well, Brian, you've lost your bet. I, or rather my alter ego, Zac Sawyer, am currently the most popular boy at James Woods High.
Brian Griffin: Well, Stewie, you got the best of me on this one. Congratulations. I guess you'll be hanging up your wig now?
Stewie Griffin: Oh no, Brian, I'm enjoying myself too much. Do you know that I've got a date with Connie D'Amico this Saturday night at Anal Point?
Brian Griffin: Ah, I've heard about that place.
Stewie Griffin: Really? What's it like? 'Cause I have no ...
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Spoofs The Monkees (1966) See more »

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It's the End of the World As We Know It
Written by Bill Berry (as William Berry), Peter Buck, Mike Mills (as Michael Mills) and Michael Stipe
Performed by R.E.M.
Courtesy of IRS Records
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Jumped the shark or writer's strike?
7 February 2008 | by (Framingham, Massachusetts) – See all my reviews

This episode is not funny. I don't care if it is offensive; that almost made it funny. It's just... not funny. I've watched it three times and even the parts I know are funny just aren't making me laugh. It seems like the show has degraded into Scary Movie syndrome where one joke is taken into a room and beat to death in front of you. Yeah, it was funny at first, then they show it to you for the next minute fifty seconds and you want to kill yourself.

Even a guest appearance by Khan himself was TOTALLY WASTED. He made exactly one joke, or at least one joke was remotely clever (my... beloved wife) and even that was hammered into the ground. The episode just spirals into a flatspin of crap at this point and the writers must have known they'd failed by this point. All of Montalban's dialogue is just FILLER. He doesn't say anything remotely interesting or memorable. Then, just to celebrate their failure, the writers make Montalban do a speech that isn't a speech, just filler material in front of a crowd! AMAZING.

Easily my least favorite episode of Family Guy. Beyond terrible.


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