Brian becomes the leading proponent for legalization of marijuana in Quahog.

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Brian becomes the leading proponent for legalization of marijuana in Quahog.

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19 April 2009 (USA)  »

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The cutaway gag about Baby Mama says Tina Fey is 40 and Amy Poehler is 41. At the time this episode aired, Fey was 39 and Poehler was 38. See more »

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Peter puts a VHS tape into the VCR upside down. Him and his father-in-law then watch the tape that Peter had edited together. See more »

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[Peter gives Carter a preview of their anti-pot ad]
Carter Pewterschmidt: [ending a call on his cell phone] Aw, damn it. That was Fox News. Apparently they own the rights to Hitler's likeness, and they won't have him slandered.
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Written and Performed by Sonny Curtis
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this wasn't that bad
20 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

420 wasn't really bad. Especially compared with other season seven episodes, this wasn't very bad at all.

After a couple of rather lame episodes, 420 revives the season as Brian goes out to legalize marijuana.

One striking feature of this episode is the musical, which hasn't been really used very well since the shipoopi episode.

Another feature of the episode that has improved since the last couple of episodes is the length of the flashbacks and the cutaway gags.

Dialogues are also quick and funny. Although still flawed, this episode is an improvement from the last ones

8.5/10


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