Stewie and Brian use a time machine to go back to Nazi-era Poland and rescue Mort.

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Lois Griffin / Additional Voices (voice)
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Chris Griffin / Additional Voices (voice)
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Meg Griffin (voice)
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Cleveland Brown (voice)
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Prince Vultan (voice)
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Mort Goldman (voice)
Kirker Butler ...
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Steve Callaghan ...
German General #1 (voice)
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Nazi Guard / Nazi General / Priest (voice)
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Football Player (voice)
Martin Savage ...
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African American Tree (voice)
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Hilter (voice)
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Stewie and Brian use a time machine to go back to Nazi-era Poland and rescue Mort.

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19 October 2008 (USA)  »

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Trivia

One of the Nazi Uniforms that we see clearly has a McCain/Palin pin on it. See more »

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When Mort goes into Stewie's room and finds the time machine, there is a large sign on the bedroom door saying: 'Stewie's room, keep out Brian.' This sign is not present when other characters enter or exit the room. See more »

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Brian Griffin: [Brian, Stewie and Mort are stuck in Warsaw Poland during the invasion] Stewie, the return pad isn't working!
Stewie Griffin: Yeah and you know what's not gonna fix it, your shouting.
Mort Goldman: Oh God. Should we ask somebody for help?
Stewie Griffin: Yeah right. How many Polacks does it take to fix a time machine? Let's find out.
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References Cheers (1982) See more »

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A surprising gem
28 July 2014 | by (Kalamazoo MI) – See all my reviews

Most of this episode is standard "Family Guy", but I can't watch the first few minutes of the Polish segment without tearing up.

In all that has been created to try and capture the horror of the Holocaust, the opening time- travel scene of the festive Polish Jewish wedding on September 1, 1939 being interrupted by arriving German Stuka bombers is the best. With a few images and a handful of words, the enormity of the crime is brought home to me.

Your mileage may vary of course, but that scene is sublime.

The rest of the episode is O.K., but not really much to write home about.


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