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Tiegs for Two 

When the local dry cleaner loses Peter's favorite white shirt, he goes ballistic. Meanwhile, Brian tries to score on a date with a new friend, Denise, but ends up striking out. Instead of ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lois Griffin (voice)
Chris Griffin (voice)
Meg Griffin (voice)
Jillian Russell (voice)
Police Clerk (voice)
Danny Smith ...
Denise (voice)
Negatron (voice)
Cheryl Tiegs (voice)
Black Woman (voice)
Megatron (voice)
Mayor Adam West (voice)


When the local dry cleaner loses Peter's favorite white shirt, he goes ballistic. Meanwhile, Brian tries to score on a date with a new friend, Denise, but ends up striking out. Instead of calling it quits on love, he decides to enlist Quagmire's help, but things get nasty when they start to compete for the affections of each other's old flames, Cheryl Tiegs and Jillian. Written by Fox Publicity

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10 April 2011 (USA)  »

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The name of the restaurant at the end of this episode is L'Espèce d'Andouille, which in French roughly translates to "The Stupid Fool." See more »


Peter Griffin: Hey, Brian... Aw, sweet! Morning drinking! Whoo, yeah! Party!
Brian Griffin: Peter, I'm not getting drunk for fun. I'm, I'm drinking because I'm sad. Because I'm never going to meet the right woman. Because I'm... going to die old and alone.
Peter Griffin: Oh, you're Rip Torn drinking.
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References The Shawshank Redemption (1994) See more »

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That's my cue.
15 September 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Back when 'Tiegs for Two' was originally broadcast, there was a joke within the first two minutes that completely rubbed me the wrong way (not for the reasons you'd think) and it's what ultimately turned me off of Family Guy. Let's be honest, the pastures over at American Dad would prove monumentally greener.

Looking back on this after six years, it plays like a checklist of the show's half-ass writing; it leans hard into the non-sequitur humor, the characters exist to comment on the action ironically, and the celebrity name-checks don't make any sense. The only thing missing was the Conway Twitty play out to commercial. It's unbelievably lazy.

As for that one joke . . . it's a textbook example of how to screw up a Parkinson's gag. I know that Michael J. Fox has a sense of humor about his condition, and there are those jokes out there I'm sure would make him laugh (the squiggly signature on a contract, for example, we've all seen that meme); but here, Peter halts the show, explains why they're not going to show the clip, and then decides to show it. The joke's not funny, and neither is Peter's fourth-wall break to explain it. Look, if no one's off-limits in comedy, then you have to at least make it funny. When has that been too much to ask?

Again, that's only the episode's first two minutes, and it doesn't improve from there. This show clearly has a devoted fan base, but I'm not one of it. And this episode was as good a reason to bail as any.

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