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
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Because the show often ignores continuity if it would prevent funny and crazy stories, the producers took the unusual step after the Season 9 premiere of announcing that the events depicted were 100% part of the series canon--and that the deaths of characters such as Diane Simmons, Muriel Goldman, Derek Wilcox and James Woods would be part of the show's stories going forward. However, in Season 11 James Woods is magically returned to life, with the surreal explanation that he was revived via the life force of a teenage girl because that kind of re-animation is available to celebrities in the Family Guy universe. See more
When Joe opens the ventilation that reveals Priscilla's body, he climbs back to his wheelchair to arrest Tom. The next shot shows Tom running away, but the vent and Priscilla's body has disappeared. See more
...Where should I begin? You see, recently I've become a born-again Christian thanks to this beautiful little angel. She came into my life as if out of nowhere, enchanted me beyond my wildest dreams and opened my eyes to the cleansing truth of Jesus Christ's love.
Oh, honey, it was always within you. I just helped you find it.
Uhm... what does all this gay stuff have to do with us?
References A Nightmare on Elm Street