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The Hand That Rocks the Wheelchair 

Meg takes care of Joe while Bonnie is away, and she develops a crush. Meanwhile, Stewie creates an evil clone who escapes the house, and he and Brian try to find and stop him.

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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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John Herbert (voice)
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When Bonnie goes out of town, Meg offers to check in on Joe, but she soon becomes a little too involved and starts freaking everyone out - especially Joe. Meanwhile, Stewie thinks he's losing his edge as the toughest baby on the block, so he hooks himself up to a machine that is supposed to make him more evil than ever before. Written by Fox Publicity

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Bonnie's line about her gambling addiction is an inside joke about the actress who voices Bonnie, Jennifer Tilly. In real life, Jennifer is an accomplished poker player on the World Series of Poker tournament. See more »

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References CatDog (1998) See more »

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Terrible episode of a worthwhile series

This is not the Family Guy we fell in love with. Every other episode in this season is fine, they have gone back to plot lines instead of random gags, that is also fine, but this episode fails on so many levels.

It's hard to believe one of Family Guy's long established writers wrote this episode. The plot is boring and predictable and there is too much violence in the evil stewie scenes to even class this as comedy.

The jokes are dark, sinister and twisted. There is not one funny moment in this episode. I would of thought after the great murder mystery episode, ( And Then There Were Fewer,) they would have stepped up the quality of the episodes that followed , but I was wrong. From this episode I can tell they just cant be assed writing the great scripts they once created anymore.

It's a shame to see the creative streak go so high then so low in just a few episodes of the same season. Every other episode in this season is well crafted and great, this is just trash. Don't waste your time with this one.


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