Horace sells the Drunken Clam to a British investor, who converts the bar into an old English pub. Upset about the loss of their traditional watering hole, Peter and the guys start an unsuccessful revolution to drive him out. Meanwhile, Stewie meets the new owner's toddler daughter, and begins an intensive training course on her to turn her into a proper English lady.
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Did You Know?
The nasal-voiced character Nigel Pinchley is based on the actor Kenneth Williams
who was a fixture of the long running British "Carry On..." comedies. See more
There is no way the bar was sold and remodeled in less than a day. See more
This charred portrait of Elizabeth II brings a poignant new meaning to the phrase, "Hey! Check out that flaming queen!"
In the Spanish Castilian dubbing, Peter talks in dreams about
is also mentioned. See more
What I Did for Love
Written by Marvin Hamlisch
and Ed Kleban See more