Stan takes a pill that allows him to stay awake all night and never be tired, so that he can have some personal time. But when Francine finds out, she decides to start taking the pills herself.

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Episode credited cast:
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Francine Smith (voice)
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Steve Smith (voice)
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Hayley Smith (voice)
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Klaus (voice)
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Helicopter Perry (voice)
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Philippe Monday (voice)
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Dick (voice)
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Benny (voice)
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Stan takes a pill that allows him to stay awake all night and never be tired, so that he can have some personal time. But when Francine finds out, she decides to start taking the pills herself.

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8 February 2009 (USA)  »

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The benie, suit, and submarine that Francine has are all tributes to the Bill Murray movie Life Aquatic. See more »

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Near the beginning Steve mentions that his Parthenon is due tomorrow, but at least one more day passes before we see them building it. See more »

Quotes

Mission Financier: [Francine has quit on finding the squid] My brother Phillipe! We sold your bicycle shop in Paris to fund this mission! You are ruined!
Financier's Brother: [Lights up a cigarette] ... Life, eh?
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References Clue (1985) See more »

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Sea of Love
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by Phil Phillips
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The One Where Stan Stays Up All Night, Every Night...
1 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

I absolutely love this episode. It is one of my all time favourite ones. In this episode, Stan is annoyed that he never gets any free time to himself. He goes to work and then comes home to Francine and the kids wanting to talk and do things. What a drag right? So, Stan, needing to take action, finds some medication, that when he takes it, makes him feel like he's already had eight hours of sleep. So, when it's bed time and all the talking is done, he takes the pills and spends the night with himself. He does all of the things he never got the chance to do. Watch TV without being interrupted. Make model airplanes. Anything that doesn't involve any contact with a human being, a talking fish, or an alien. But when Francine discovers what Stan's been doing, she decides to take the medication as well, which makes Stan's plan, completely pointless. This episode is just so fantastic. Overall, I give this episode a 10 out of 10. Amazing.


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