After they are saved after being lost in the wilderness, Stewie helps Chris muster up the courage to ask a girl with Down Syndrome out on a date, while Peter pretends to be a psychic.

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When Chris and Stewie go missing for several days, Lois is at her wit's end until she sees a psychic who assures her they are safe. Even after the boys return home, Lois and Peter's psychic obsession continues, and Peter takes it a step too far when he starts charging neighbors for his extrasensory perception. Meanwhile, Chris develops a crush on a girl at school. Written by FOX Publicity

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One of the ongoing jokes of the series is that Bruce's lover, Jeffrey, is often heard speaking, but never appears on screen - which continues here in the scene where Bruce finds Chris and Stewie. See more »

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While this is true, it is also possible he is aware that many Americans use the word "fanny" to refer to a person's buttocks. See more »

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[Joe has enlisted the "Psychic" Peter to help in an investigation]
Joe Swanson: All right, Peter, we know the victim is somewhere in this area. We don't have much time before the bomb...
Peter Griffin: [shushes Joe] Okay, Joe, when I'm tracking someone, it often helps to touch something that belongs to the victim. Does he have a wife?
Joe Swanson: Uh, yeah.
[an attractive woman walks up and Peter begins fondling her breasts and hips]
Peter Griffin: Yeah, uh-huh. Uh-huh. Uh-huh.
[She walks away]
Peter Griffin: It's still very fuzzy. Does he have a daughter?
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Spoofs The Naughty Nineties (1945) See more »

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Down Syndrome Girl
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Music by Walter Murphy
Performed by Seth MacFarlane
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wow... really bad
19 February 2010 | by See all my reviews

I used to watch this show before all the time... This episode, along with many of the recent episodes, are by far the worst I have ever seen. I'm not offended like many others of the whole "downs-thing" in this episode, and it's still not good. It actually makes me think that Family Guy does this thing only to cause a media storm, in order to get more attention.

The jokes are bad, the plot is bad... Stewie is funny at times, but not nearly enough to save the episode.

I hope that the writers come up with some good material soon, or else I'm afraid the show is going towards the end. It started out really good, but somewhere along the way the creators seems to have lost it.


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