Stan takes Steve to a Vietnam War reenactment before Steve sings the National Anthem to a veteran's group, but the experience changes Steve in ways that Stan never anticipated.

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Francine Smith (voice)
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Steve Smith (voice)
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Klaus (voice)
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Stan takes Steve to a Vietnam War reenactment before Steve sings the National Anthem to a veteran's group, but the experience changes Steve in ways that Stan never anticipated.

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Animation | Comedy

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27 September 2009 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Just before Steve attempts to sing the national anthem at the country club, he is introduced by a comedian wearing a fake nose. This indicates that he was imitating another person. Under his jacket can be seen a red shirt with yellow flowers, the same pattern that Glen Quagmire wears in Family Guy. Glen Quagmire was made as an homage to Bob Hope, an American comedian who was known for touring with the USO to entertain American troops during the Vietnam conflict. See more »

Quotes

Roger the Alien: It's four, ninety-nine.
Stan Smith: I guess we can add another five bucks to your tab.
Roger the Alien: Five bucks? For "Barbra Sings Celine"? No - it's four hundred, ninety-nine dollars. Barbra comes expensive or she doesn't come at all.
Stan Smith: Four hundred, ninety-nine dollars? I wouldn't pay that much to see Barbra DO Celine!
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Connections

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Fortunate Son
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Written by John Fogerty
Performed by Creedence Clearwater Revival
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