Family Guy: Season 7, Episode 7

Ocean's Three and a Half (15 Feb. 2009)

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The guys try to find a way to help Joe and Bonnie get money to pay their hospital bills after their baby is born, a baby that Stewie has a crush on

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Lois Griffin (voice)
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Chris Griffin / Additional Voices (voice) (credit only)
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Meg Griffin (voice)
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Cleveland Brown (voice)
John G. Brennan ...
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James Burkholder ...
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The guys try to find a way to help Joe and Bonnie get money to pay their hospital bills after their baby is born, a baby that Stewie has a crush on

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Trivia

After being pregnant for 10 years, Bonnie Swanson finally gives birth to baby Susie in this episode. When "Family Guy" came back on the air, she had been pregnant for six years at the time, as Peter mentioned in "Blind Ambition." See more »

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When Stewie has Brian name 31 songs about women, he mentions "Lola". This song is actually about a man (and transvestite). See more »

Quotes

Joe Swanson: I don't know, Peter. We've been out here all day and we haven't managed to interest a single woman in our massage parlor.
Peter Griffin: Wait a minute, here comes somebody. Excuse me, stressed-out lady. May I interest you in a full-release relaxation massage?
Woman on street: Oh, yeah. Just what I need: To be rubbed down by a big fatty, an old black guy, a cripple and a pervert.
Cleveland Brown: Now we don't have any money, AND our feelings are hurt.
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Features Two and a Half Men (2003) See more »

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(Everything I Do) I Do It for You
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Written by Bryan Adams, Michael Kamen and Robert John Lange
Performed by Seth MacFarlane
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24 February 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There's something wrong with the rating system of this website. I don't even think votes are properly worked out into an arithmetic and posted with accuracy. As the demographs reveal 39 people voted it 10 out of 10 and only 4 voted 1 and yet the episode's average rating was under 5.0 for the longest. Not that this is the best episode ever but the ratings were too low and not accurate. But that's besides the point, I just wanted to use this opportunity to address that issue. This episode, Ocean's Three and a Half was a mildly entertaining pop-culture filled episode. One defect I saw in this episode, as well as most other episodes in season seven , was the prolonged flashbacks and cutaway gags. Seth and crew are overdoing these things, to the point where viewers, even the most devoted fans, get tired of them. Especially the Christian Bale segment was way too long and unnecessary. The makers need to do something about that and save the show from losing all its fans and, worst of all, lose its air time, in short... cancellation.


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