Stewie and Brian explore a series of alternate universes.

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Peter Griffin / Brian Griffin / Stewie Griffin / Glenn Quagmire / Tom Tucker / Genuine Living Homosexual (voice)
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Lois Griffin (voice)
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Chris Griffin (voice)
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Meg Griffin (voice)
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Cleveland Brown / John Herbert (voice)
John G. Brennan ...
Mort Goldman (voice)
Steve Callaghan ...
Head Executive (voice)
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Mark Hentemann ...
Dog Police Officer (voice)
Kei Ogawa ...
Danny Smith ...
Announcer (voice)
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Police Dog (voice)
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Joe Swanson (voice)
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Japanese Brian / Japanese Quagmire (voice)
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Stewie and Brian explore a series of alternate universes.

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Animation | Comedy

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PG-13

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27 September 2009 (USA)  »

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Trivia

During the Disney-style sequence, references to at least five different Disney movies appear. Meg is drawn with Ursula's legs (The Little Mermaid), both Lois' clothes and the house are in the style of Snow White, the coffeepot talks (Beauty and the Beast), Peter flies in with the style of the crows from Dumbo, and Cleveland as a skunk is directly patterned on Flower (Bambi). (The Tinkerbell ending to the sequence, however, is a television reference; Wonderful World of Disney.) See more »

Goofs

When Stewie and Brian are in the Doubleheads Universe, before leaving it, they are standing in the front with the door open. You can clearly see a picture of Chris in the back wall with just one head, when he should have two. See more »

Quotes

Stewie Griffin: [sighs as human Brian walks off at the end] "Ah, look at him go. Free in a world of his own kind, where he finally reach the full pent-OH MY GOD HE GOT HIT BY A CAR!
[tires screech off-screen, followed by an audible THUD]
Stewie Griffin: "
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Connections

References He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983) See more »

Soundtracks

Pie
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Music by Walter Murphy
Lyrics by Wellesley Wild
Performed by Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Patrick Warburton, Mike Henry,
Adam West and Ensemble
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An excellent recent example of just how funny family guy can be...
15 November 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode was likely the best I've ever seen produced in the 'family guy' series and is right on par with some of the early season episodes. This one was exceptionally well thought out and covered a lot of ground in the usual 21 or so minutes. Another poster pointed out how much of the material has already been done, but how can you honestly expect to watch television and not see an idea reused. Even if you had seen it done before, the take on it that the family guy team had and the way they saw it to creation made it fresh in my book. This episode worked to combine elements of family guy that worked with the outside world. The mayor McCheese skit, the political cartoon, the role reversal... In my opinion all of these show just how versatile the family guy team are. The Disney cartoon skit was impressive, and doesn't really just show that Disney is anti-semitic as someone else eluded to. Its the idea that the creators of this cartoon can show you what family guy would look like in a Disney world and portray the characters in such a way to mirror it, brilliant. I have been watching this episode over and over again on hulu, it really is just truly amazing and will be very hard to beat. Wellesley Wild writing the script and Greg Colton producing always seem to be a winning combination.


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