James Woods gets his revenge on Peter by stealing his identity and moving in with his family. Peter responds by stealing Woods's identity and ruining his career.

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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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Cleveland Brown (voice)
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Diane Simmons (voice)
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James Burkholder ...
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Barry Manilow (voice)
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At a Barry Manilow concert, Peter loses his wallet. However, a mystery culprit has found it and uses Peter's credit cards to steal his identity. Eventually, Peter and Brian determine that the suspect is James Woods, with whom Peter had an earlier run-in (and defeated by locking him in a crate inside a government warehouse). An embittered James is able to obtain a fraudulent identification card and literally takes over Peter's role as head of the household. The Griffins are outraged and want James arrested, but he fools Lt. Swanson into thinking he is Peter and has the real Peter escorted from "his" home. While James tries to establish himself as "Peter" (even going so far as to wearing Peter's clothing), the real Peter and Brian go to a hotel and plot their revenge ... by stealing James' identity in return. After Stewie presents Peter with a phony identification card of his own, he convinces the public that he is James Woods, all the while making rude and inconsiderate remarks to ruin... Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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The video Brian makes Stewie watch is called "2 girls 1 cup", a 2007 scat-fetish shock 1 minute See more »

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[Peter and his friends have heard about an upcoming Barry Manilow concert]
Joe Swanson: You couldn't pay me to go to that thing.
Peter Griffin: Hey, you know we should do? We should go, just as a goof.
Quagmire: That would be hilarious.
Joe Swanson: Yeah, just look at all the idiots.
Cleveland: All the dumb-ass Manilow fans.
Peter Griffin: I mean he's got like one good song.
Quagmire: Yeah... I mean "Mandy" is not terrible.
Joe Swanson: Yeah, the opening is okay.
Cleveland: And I guess you can't hate "Copacabana".
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References Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999) See more »

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Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go with Friday on a Saturday Night?
Words by Sam Lewis and Joe Young
Music by George W. Meyer
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The One Where James Woods Steals Peter's Identity...
26 May 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I really like this episode. It's funny and it honestly makes me hate James Woods even more.

In this episode, determined to get his revenge, James Woods steals Peter's identity. So now, Peter is out on the street, and decides to get his own revenge. He does things with James' identity in return. He ruins his career, which serves him right. It's so funny how everyone reacts to James impersonating Peter. He even wears Peter's clothes. Douche move.

Overall, I give this episode an 8 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Awesome.


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