Family Guy: Season 9, Episode 17

Foreign Affairs (15 May 2011)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Animation, Comedy
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Lois goes on a vacation with Bonnie to Paris, not knowing that Bonnie's intentions are to cheat on Joe. Back at home, Peter decides to homeschool the kids.

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When Bonnie and Lois take a trip to Paris, Bonnie crosses the line while in the City of Love. Meanwhile, Peter homes chools Chris and Meg using some unorthodox teaching methods. Written by Fox Publicity

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The music video in this episode featured David Bowie and Mick Jagger singing Dancing In The Street. See more »

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Teacher: [turning around the class on his scooter, completely naked] This is what my class is all about! Learn with me, children! Let's teach each other!
Peter Griffin: [appearing in Chris' thought and whispering] Chris... you know this
Chris Griffin: [raising his hand] Sherman's March to the Seal!
Teacher: Yes! Finally someone gets it!
[crashes off screen]
Teacher: Ah! Fuck, children! My cock-sucking elbow! Oh, all the saints in Christendom! My elbow's shattered! Oh, it's shattered to fuck! Somebody get the nurse! Get that big, fucking black nurse! Oh, ...
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References The Biggest Loser (2004) See more »

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Dancing in the Street
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probably one I will not be re-watching for a while
18 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

Before I begin talking about this episode I just want to address the fact that it is clearly filler, Boring,Boring filler. This episode focuses on Lois and Bonnie when they take a trip to Paris together but it's not until they arrive that Bonnie reveals here real intentions on the trip, to have an affair. Meanwhile Peter attempts to home school Meg and Chris, For some reason, This plot point leads to filler worse than the four whole minutes of Conway Twitty in 'The juice is loose'. In this episode we have to sit through dancing in the street, The whole thing! The affair storyline was out of character and very unnecessary and out of the blue and it takes a bold face lie to get Bonnie back with Joe! Unnecessary, Boring and over filler filled gives 'Foreign affairs' 6/10


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