Stewie's first birthday is coming up, and Peter has managed to lose the family's reservation at Cheesy Charlie's. Desperate to find a solution so that Lois won't miss this birthday like she missed Chris and Meg's first birthdays, Peter has to come up with a drastic solution. While all this is going on, Stewie muses on his origins and comes to the conclusion that he's going to be re-imprisoned in the womb. Meanwhile, Meg makes friends with a new girl at school, but the party she invites Meg to turns a bit strange.
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Did You Know?
The Three Little Pigs hit Peter with a swinging can of paint, a reference to Home Alone
(1990). See more
When Peter walks into the center of Meg's new cult, he is wearing a watch. It vanishes in one shot, and reappears later in the scene. See more
[doing the laundry
Hey, where's my sock? Hey!
[crawls into the dryer and arrives in Narnia
Welcome to Narnia, I am Mr. Tumnus.
Hey, give me back my sock, you goat bastard!
In the original airing of the episode, Stewie imagines what his birthday wish will be. This included sound effects of military marching, dropping bombs, and a Hitler speech. The DVD edition and subsequent airings omitted the Hitler sounds. However, the Canadian cartoon station Teletoon still airs this episode uncut with the Hitler speech. See more
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