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Peter becomes temporarily gay after participating in a medical study.

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Meg Griffin (voice)
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Meredith Baxter (voice)
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Bond Girl (voice)
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Mort Goldman (voice) (as Johnny Brennan)
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Mark Hentemann ...
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Black Guy in White (voice) (as J Lee)
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Tony (voice)
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Peter becomes temporarily gay after participating in a medical study.

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Animation | Comedy

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8 March 2009 (USA)  »

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Trivia

One of the few Family Guy episodes to receive a TV-MA rating. See more »

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Lois Griffin: Is there a reason all the horses are named after cancelled Fox shows?
Announcer: Kitchen Confidential is in the lead, followed by The Wedding Bells, followed by Happy Hour, followed by The War at Home, followed by Drive, followed by The Winner, followed by Life on a Stick, followed by The Loop, followed by Head Cases, followed by Standoff, followed by Vanished, followed by Free Ride, followed by Method and Red, followed by Tru Calling, followed by Quintuplets, followed by Stacked, followed by Justice, ...
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References Blazing Saddles (1974) See more »

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The French Mistake
Music and Lyrics by Mel Brooks
Performed by the cast of "Blazing Saddles"
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The funniest episode since the season started
9 March 2009 | by See all my reviews

This is what I call a family guy episode, articulate, speedy and in short a hell of funny. This episode, despite its much controversial topic, is witty at best and kept me laughing throughout. The episode was filled with fewer cut away jokes, which gave the actual plot line more time to develop and the cutaway gags that were included were irresistible. This episode differs from most other episodes of season seven for it had a biting social and pop culture satire and an original storyline. The mentally ill horse, the gay Peter and his homosexual partners were just hilarious. Keep up the good work Seth and crew, and all else involved in the making.

10/10


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