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"Family Guy" Three Kings (TV Episode 2009) Poster

(TV Series)

(2009)

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Each segment features Joe with his legs fully functional - only to end up paralyzed somehow during each story.
Roy Scheider's final television appearance.
The scene where Stewie shoots the police officer in the face in Misery story was cut from Germany.
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In the original book, Shawshank Redemption, the character Red, is a white Irish man. The irony here is that Peter (who plays Andy) is a white Irish Man.
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The Stand By Me segment makes reference to the real-life fates of two cast members. We are told that Cleve, the fat kid, grew up to marry Rebecca Romijn, just as Jerry O'Connell did. We are also told that Quag died of a drug overdose outside the Viper Room, a reference to the real-life death of River Phoenix.
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In the tv airings, when Red(Cleveland) cannot remember the name of the Mexican town Andy(Peter) told him about, he says "Crap!" In the uncensored version, he says "Shit!"
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The title is based on the Christian story of the birth of Jesus Christ who was visited by three kings, magi or wise men that came to worship him and brought him gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. It also refers to the fact that all three of the films being parodied were based on Stephen King stories.
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In the Misery storyline of the episode, Stewie becomes upset with Brian for bringing his children's book character, Snuggly Jeff, back to life with a child's wish, calling it lazy writing. The movie "Ted", created by Seth McFarlane and released 3 years after the episode, starts with the titular character being brought to life by a child's wish. The movie also ends in a similar circumstance.
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