The Griffins and the other citizens of Quahog are invited to James Woods' house, but a murder mystery takes place.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lois Griffin / Stephanie (voice)
Chris Griffin (voice)
Meg Griffin (voice)
Consuela / John Herbert (voice)
Diane Simmons (voice)
Jillian Russell (voice)
Carl (voice) (as Jon Benjamin)
John G. Brennan ...
Mort Goldman (voice) (as Johnny Brennan)
Child (voice)
Child (voice)
Danny Smith ...
Stuffed Bear from The Great Outdoors (voice)
Talking Cat (voice)
Muriel Goldman (voice)


Based on Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None, this episode sees nearly the whole of Quahog including the Griffins, Joe and Tom Tucker all invited to a party in their honour in a mysterious house. After the host is murdered, the guests must band together to try to figure out who the killer is. Yet, as more murders take place and more clues are revealed, the guests must decide who to turn into the police by morning. This episode was confirmed by Macfarlane to be a canon episode, the characters killed off in this episode have been officially terminated from the Family Guy series. Written by LadyN1

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26 September 2010 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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The first episode of the series produced in high definition. See more »


In the syndicated print of Part 2, Diane refers to hiding Lois death by saying " know unless a cat does something funny." Ironically, the cat she refers to (voiced by Patrick Stewart) appears in a scene that the syndicated print of Part 1 deleted, due to time compressing. See more »


Jillian Russell: Hey... maybe it was that cat who was the murderer! Let me ask him: "Miau miau miau, mia mia mia miau?"
Talking Cat: We don't all talk like that. I happen to be a professor.
Derek Wilcox: Our apologies, sir.
Talking Cat: I should imagine so. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have papers to correct.
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References No Way Out (1987) See more »

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Mystery Time
2 October 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A 'mystery' episode. The real mystery however is why on earth this episode has an average of over 8 out of 10 from people. As 2 other reviewers have pointed out, there was virtually no humour in it. A direct parody of very dull 'mystery murders' means it was almost as dull and unimaginative as the genre it was parodying. The first 5 minutes was sort of quite amusing but then it went downhill from there. It was nice to see a 'widescreen' episode for once, but that was just about all there was to recommend about this one. Without any doubt this was the worst Family Guy episode I've ever seen. I didn't think it was possible for a series this great to have an episode this bad.

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