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You Can't Do That on Television, Peter 

Peter creates his own children's TV show, portraying Lois as an annoying nag; Meg shadows Dr. Hartman.

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Lois Griffin / Italian Mom (voice)
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Chris Griffin / Neil Goldman (voice)
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Meg Griffin (voice)
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Bruce the Performance Artist (voice)
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Steve Callaghan ...
Patient (voice)
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Carlos McCullers II ...
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Patrick Meighan ...
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Peter creates his own children's TV show, portraying Lois as an annoying nag; Meg shadows Dr. Hartman.

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Animation | Comedy

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1 April 2012 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The title is a play on the classic Nickelodeon show 'You Can't Do That On Television,' which originated the tradition of pouring green slime on the head of anyone who says "I don't know." See more »

Goofs

At the end of the show, Peter tells Lois that he should have listened to her warning about the puma. However, Lois never warned him after he told her about the puma, but instead decided to let him learn a lesson. See more »

Quotes

Peter Griffin: Cut the camera, cut it. Role a Petey Learn Along Song.
State of Kentucky: Kentucky is a state. Kentucky is a state. All the people there are dicks. Kentucky is a state.
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References Twilight (2008) See more »

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