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Boopa-dee Bappa-dee 

The Griffins take a trip to Italy and are forced to deal with annoying immigration laws after Peter destroys the family's passports.

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Lois Griffin / Tricia Takanawa / Fat Woman / Middle Eastern Woman (voice)
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Chris Griffin (voice)
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The Griffins take a trip to Italy and are forced to deal with annoying immigration laws after Peter destroys the family's passports.

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17 November 2013 (USA)  »

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The picture on Peter's passport is Steve Buscemi. See more »

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Peter and Lois visit a football (soccer) stadium in which Peter uses 20000 fans to display a message to Lois. Despite the episode being set in Italy, the stadium is quite clearly the camp nou, home of FC Barcelona in Spain. See more »

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A mishmash of the worst stereotypes
22 December 2013 | by See all my reviews

that Americans have towards the mistreated country of Italy. Many of which date back to an era already dead and buried for decades. I was not even ripped a laugh, it only made ​​a great pain ... The characterization gives an overall negative impression of Italian people. Not that there is not a negative side in there, but still, the only impression one can get is just focusing on the negative aspects ONLY, which denigrates an entire population based on the assumption that those are the common traits that can be found. Dirty, mafia, ignorant, playboy etc. Huge mistake. Also it shows the kind of attitude and culture of the people behind the show, very disappointing, with racist comments, not even subtle, but right in the face. Don't get me wrong, I use to love the show, and I don't suffer a lack of humor, but I'm sick and tired of this kind of representation of Italians around the world. Enough already. In conclusion, that's not funny, at all, it's awful.


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