Peter begins to live like a pirate when he gets a pet parrot. He terrorizes his neighbors and creates havoc in Quahog. When Chris takes Brian to the vet, Chris falls in love with the lovely intern Anna.

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Peter Griffin / Brian Griffin / Stewie Griffin / Glenn Quagmire / Tom Tucker / Shelley Boothbishop / Additional Voices (voice)
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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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Peter begins to live like a pirate when he gets a pet parrot. He terrorizes his neighbors and creates havoc in Quahog. When Chris takes Brian to the vet, Chris falls in love with the lovely intern Anna.

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The title is based on the Robert Louis Stevenson character Long John Silver from the adventure novel "Treasure Island". See more »

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When Peter and Shelley Boothbishop are fencing between the cars and as the shot tightens in, the mask for the steering wheel in Peter's car is out of position and reveals the buildings moving behind the car. See more »

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Chris Griffin: [Chris and Anna are on their first date] You know Anna, when I first saw you, I thought you were the most beautiful girl in the world. And now, all I wanna do is show you my innermost self, but I'm afraid you'll reject me because you won't like what you see. Or, that you'll see my scrotum and see that it has a seam on it and then you'll think I'm made up of two different guys that were sewn together, 'cause that's what I think happened and...
Anna: [places a finger on Chris' lips] Chris, I like you.
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References Peter Pan and the Pirates (1990) See more »

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Down Under
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Written by Colin Hay and Ron Strykert
Performed by Seth MacFarlane
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Don't be fooled by the title of this episode.
21 August 2016 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

The episode says Long John Peter, the poster suggested a likely story of an epic half hour of Peter being a pirate, and he does become one. However... here's the problem. Peter (AKA Long John Peter) and his men harassed his wife, attacked Mort's Pharmacy, pillaged a British vehicle, and that's it. Out of the 22 minutes of the episode, only FOUR minutes were focused on pirate actions. I was certain that the parrot would die at the end of the episode, not in the middle, which is why I've given this one a hard time ever since. A mere cadre of scenes of pirate action don't compromise for how pathetic the work was here - the majority of the episode is spent on CHRIS AND ANNA. I am not kidding. And as another insult to injury, they bring in a long filler joke, one of the first of many where a character does something for a long time. Already considering that they've done the whole relationship dating thing to death already, they didn't hesitate to include it. I did not care about a stupid teenage relationship, I wanted to see classic Family Guy action, and there was as much as snow in New Orleans in this one. Perhaps some of the blame could've been shed on the writers' strike of 2007-2008, but in my eyes, absolutely not. They didn't try with this one. They only just wanted to snare viewers into watching an episode of a teenager breakup.

Skip this episode.


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