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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.
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
So, after six years of Bonnie being pregnant (according to Peter), she
finally has her baby; a baby girl named Susie. However, Joe has to pay
off the medical bill, $20,000, and will do anything (except trust a
loan shark) to pay it off.
Meanwhile, Stewie falls in love with Susie and decides to make a song and music video for her, much to Brian's opinions.
The most funniest part in the whole episode was when Brian asked Stewie what he was calling the song and Stewie replied Susie, he asked Brian to list more examples of songs written with a girl's name in it, with Brian listing such examples (Billie Jean, Roxanne, Jenny from the Block, Elegnor Rigby to name a few) and Stewie slams the guitar down and shouts, "Go *beep* yourself, Brian."
Overall, this was very nicely written episode and very funny and the moment we Family Guy fans have been waiting for happened: when Bonnie finally gives birth. If you haven't seen it yet, you should seriously watch it, it's funny, nicely written, and even some Bryan Adams fans should be interested (his song is used Stewie's music video) in this episode.
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