Family Guy: Season 5, Episode 14

No Meals on Wheels (25 Mar. 2007)

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After Peter finds a valuable coin and sells it for $50,000, he and Lois open their own restaurant. Peter is dismayed, however, when Joe and all of his handicapped friends begin using the ... See full summary »

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After Peter finds a valuable coin and sells it for $50,000, he and Lois open their own restaurant. Peter is dismayed, however, when Joe and all of his handicapped friends begin using the restaurant as their hangout, and bans them all. This leads to a huge showdown and an ironic fate for Peter. Written by Anonymous

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Trivia

The title is based on the local program to provide hot meals to home-bound and elderly people delivered to their homes at moderate cost which began in England during the 1940 Blitz. See more »

Goofs

Stewie forces a rat to vomit on a customer's prime rib. In reality, rats are incapable of vomiting. See more »

Quotes

[Brian is sitting on the couch reading a book; Peter sneaks up behind him laughing and shocks him]
Brian Griffin: Ow! Damn it, Peter! Stop it! I gotta tell you, you're pissing me off worse than when I watched the O.J. verdict with my old roommate!
[cut to Brian and his roommate watching TV]
Woman: We, the jury, find the defendant, Orenthal James Simpson, not guilty.
Roommate: Yes!
Brian Griffin: What the hell?
Brian GriffinRoommate: What?
[both take out guns and aim at each other]
Brian Griffin: Maybe we should get new roommates.
Roommate: Yeah, maybe we should.
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References Maude (1972) See more »

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I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues
Performed by Elton John
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25 February 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Peterland978: Maybe I missed it, but what exactly are you offended by? I am a person with a disability and I found the references to "handicapped people" in this episode hilarious! Maybe it's because I have a disability. I believe my 35 years of being a wheelchair user means I can laugh at the absurdity and satire in this episode about people with disabilities. It cracked me up! Unfortunately, in the real world there are owners of restaurants and other establishments that do get concerned when too many of "us" become regular customers.

It's refreshing sometimes to sit back and watch a cartoon pokes fun at very real and serious issues instead of advocating against physical and attitudinal barriers 24/7!


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