Family Guy: Season 7, Episode 11

Not All Dogs Go to Heaven (29 Mar. 2009)

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Meg finds religion while in bed with the Mumps, and reveals to the community that Brian is an Atheist. Meanwhile, Stewie builds a transporter to bring the cast of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" to Quahog.

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Meg finds religion while in bed with the Mumps, and reveals to the community that Brian is an Atheist. Meanwhile, Stewie builds a transporter to bring the cast of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" to Quahog.

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Stewie kills Denise Crosby moments after he abducts the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) in a manner similar to how Crosby's character Tasha Yar was killed off during the first season after being held hostage by a malevolent entity. See more »

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In Peter's prayer, he asks God for the cheat codes to Mike Tyson's Punch-Out because he has been stuck on Bald Bull. Mike Tyson's Punch-Out does not contain any cheat codes (aside from minor "easter eggs" that wouldn't benefit gameplay.) See more »

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Wil Wheaton: [Still at the drive-thru] I want a hamburger, I want a cheeseburger, I want a hot dog-...
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"Do they still do those Shamrock milkshakes?" - "Jonathan, it's September!". Brilliant episode
16 June 2011 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

The Griffins attend the annual Star Trek convention, and when Peter sees an ugly fat man with a deformed face, he gets excited and throws Meg at him telling her to get into a photo with the man dressed as an alien. The man, blatantly offended, informs Peter that he has the mumps. Meg has never been vaccinated against it, so she ends up stuck in bed for days sick. Peter is warned not to go near her because he himself has never been vaccinated, and if he were to contract the mumps, it could lead to fertility damage. Meanwhile, Stewie, disappointed after being ignored by the Star Treck cast at the convention, creates a portal and manages to gather the entire crew in the basement. He has a day-out planned with them, which will end in total disaster as the crew will prove to be more of a handful than a bunch of kids. Meg finds God while watching a religion programme, and is horrified when Brian announces he is an atheist.

Although it's a somewhat preachy episode (It's likely to offend some viewers) "Not All Dogs go to Heaven" is a superb episode that I thought was hilarious thanks to the Star Trek crew who end up irritating Stewie when he takes them to McDonalds and Bowling. The scene with them at the drive-in at McDonalds was classic. The other part of the story with Meg finding God was okay, but not as funny, but despite it being preachy, I thought it provided a nice theory on faith and belief and the organisation of the world religions. But as other reviewers have pointed out, yes, this is not the same "Family Guy" from years ago when it started out. But like all shows - and everything else in life - it inevitably changes over time.


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