The story of Griffin Peterson and the founding of Quahog.
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Peter states his happiness in the 1700's he's a couple of hundred years away from the films of Kevin Smith. Smith stated in his podcast: "Hollywood Babble-On" with occasional Family Guy guest Ralph Garman, that it comes from Smith's friend and cinemetographer Dave Klein on the commentary of Clerks: The Animated Series said some disparaging things against Family Guy. MacFarlane has made fun of Kevin Smith several more times. See more
When we cut away to Peter's segment, we are told it is 1670. Later, when Peter gets divorced, we're told it is 18th century justice; that should have been 17th century justice. However, a split second after the title card "1670" appears, another line appears saying "or 1760, whatever." This indicates it's either the 17th or 18th Century, both are true. See more
We will have equal rights for all. Except Blacks, Asians, Hispanics, Jews, Gays, women, Muslims. Uhmm... Everybody who's not a white man. And I mean white-white, so no Italians, no Polish, just people from Ireland, England, and Scotland. But only certain parts of Scotland and Ireland. Just full blooded whites. No, you know what? Not even whites. Nobody gets any rights. Ahhh... America!
Spoofs Blazing Saddles