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The 2,000-Year-Old Virgin 

Peter and the guys set out to throw Jesus the best birthday party in order to help him lose his virginity.


Seth MacFarlane (created by), Seth MacFarlane (developed by) | 3 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Seth MacFarlane ... Peter Griffin / Stewie Griffin / Brian Griffin / Glenn Quagmire / Captain Seamus / God (voice)
Alex Borstein ... Lois Griffin (voice)
Seth Green ... Chris Griffin (voice)
Mila Kunis ... Meg Griffin (voice)
Mike Henry ... Cleveland Brown (voice)
Dee Bradley Baker ... (voice)
Alexandra Breckenridge ... (voice)
Steve Callaghan Steve Callaghan ... Guy on Raft (voice)
Chris Cox ... (voice)
Jeff Garlin ... Jeff Garlin (voice)
Ralph Garman ... (voice)
Ana Gasteyer ... Speed Dater (voice)
Lucas Grabeel ... (voice)
Jonathan Morgan Heit ... Little Boy (voice)
Glenn Howerton ... (voice)


Peter and the guys set out to throw Jesus the best birthday party in order to help him lose his virginity.

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Animation | Comedy


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The episode's title is a reference to the Steve Carell film "The 40-Year Old Virgin". See more »


Jesus Christ: Lois... Seems like you folks learned... the lesson I intended.
Peter Griffin: *What* lesson?
Jesus Christ: Oh, you know... uuuh... That... this holiest of days is about... appreciating... our loved ones and... uuuuh... resisting... temptation.
Lois Griffin: Oh... So it was a test. Like when your father told Abraham to sacrifice Isaac?
Jesus Christ: Yes! *That*! That's exactly right! Uuuuh... well. I can see my work here is done.
Peter Griffin: Well taught, Jesus. Well taught.
Jesus Christ: Yeah I guess, who cares. I'm not even real, Merry Christmas.
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References The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005) See more »


There She Goes
Written by Lee Mavers and John Byrne
Performed by Sixpence None the Richer
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where was the joke part?
7 December 2014 | by thejourneycitadelSee all my reviews

So I love family guy, I have seen every episode! And while there are some that push the envelope a little, I usually give them credit for being funny in spite of what they say or do. I have no issue with the freedom to criticize religion or ideas, my issue is when a comedy show forgets its place and stops doing comedy to do pure commentary. This wasn't even a comedy! One, maybe two jokes in the whole episode! It was all about Seth MacFarlane forcing his views down our collective throats. I have seen other episodes with Jesus, and though I am sure they pushed some buttons out there, they were funny and had a story line. From time to time, he gets heavy handed with his political criticisms, though again usually just a footnote to an episode. This is thirty minutes of a ticked off anti-Christian making sure the world understands that he hates Jesus. It is not even an episode of a show. It should be removed from any list of family guy episodes, not because it offends (he has the right to offend anyone, I love that America is a place where we can challenge any idea without going to prison) but because it is not an actual episode. The cavalcade of comedy told a more cohesive story. Any family guy fans who see this episode will be disappointed simply because it is nothing like a family guy episode.

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7 December 2014 (USA) See more »

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