Brian and Stewie respond to viewer mail. We meet a British version of the Griffins, Quahog is taken over by a famous comedian and we get to see the world from Stewie’s Point of View.

Pop Culture Connections - Outgoing

It refers to these television series...

Fawlty Towers

This Television Series is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
During the Chap of the Manor segment, a reference to the television series 'Fawlty Towers' is made with the letter R falling off of the word "Manor" in the title sequence
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Monty Python's Flying Circus

This Television Series is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
During the segment, Chap of the Manor, a reference is made to 'Monty Python's Flying Circus' with the cutaway gag footage of old dowagers clapping & laughing.
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Mork & Mindy

This Television Series is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
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The Office

This Television Series is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
In the interlude to the Chap of the Manor segment, Stewie jokingly says that Family Guy is based on The Simpsons, another animated comedy series, but later claims it is based on a British television show, like the TV series The Office.
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The Office (UK)

This Television Series is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
In the interlude to the Chap of the Manor segment, Stewie jokingly says that Family Guy is based on The Simpsons, another animated comedy series, but later claims it is based on a British television show, like the TV series The Office.
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The Simpsons

This Television Series is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
In the interlude to the Chap of the Manor segment, Stewie jokingly says that Family Guy is based on 'The Simpsons'.
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The Twilight Zone

This Television Series is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
The Fatman & Robin segment makes several references to 'The Twilight Zone'.
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Wheel of Fortune

This Television Series is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
During the Chap of the Manor segment, the British version of the Griffins watch the British version of 'Wheel of Fortune', titled Wheel of Politeness.
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It refers to these movies...

Aladdin
part of Aladdin

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This Movie is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
At the end of the segment Fatman & Robin, Stewie, sitting on the roof of the house, says "I guess Disney wouldn't let us do the 'Aladdin' one. Robin Williams voiced the genie character in the film.
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Dead Poets Society

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This Movie is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
In the segment Fatman & Robin, Peter gets the attention of the crowd of Robin Williams' by shouting "O Captain! My Captain!" a reference to the film 'Dead Poets Society', starring Robin Williams.
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Footloose

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This Movie is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
In the segment, Life of Stew, Lois reads a bedtime story to Stewie, titled "Good Night Town from Footloose'.
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Forrest Gump

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This Movie is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
In the segment Fatman & Robin, the group of Robin Williams' chase Peter down the street, yelling "Run Forrest, Run!".
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Good Will Hunting

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This Movie is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
In the segment Fatman & Robin, Peter tries to get the attention of the crowd of Robin Williams that he created, telling them that 'Good Will Hunting is all better.".
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Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

This Movie is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
In the segment, Fatman & Robin, Peter touches Joe's legs, turning them into two Robin Williams'. The Robin Williams legs joke that they look like testicles on steroids, saying "Honey, I Shrunk my Nuts!".
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Mrs. Doubtfire

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This Movie is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
In the segment, Fatman & Robin, everything Peter touches turns to Robin Williams. When Peter jumps off a cliff, he lands on a sharp rock, which turns into 'Mrs. Doubtfire', a film starring Robin Williams as the lead character.
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Patch Adams

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This Movie is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
During the segment Fatman & Robin, several references are made to the film, 'Patch Adams', starring Robin Williams.
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Road House

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This Movie is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
At the end of the first story, (British) Lois says she's happy to be back in her row house. Peter repeats the word in the same way he would say "Road House" from a previous episode.
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It plays these songs...

Rockin' Robin
performed by Bobby Day

This Song is played in Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
This song plays during the segment Fatman & Robin, during the montage of Peter changing everything into Robin Williams.

Yakety Sax
performed by Boots Randolph

This Song is played in Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
During the segment, Chap of the Manor, the theme music from 'The Benny Hill Show', 'Yakety Sax' plays during the chase scene with the coppers.

It parodies these songs...

Hot Stuff
performed by Donna Summer

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This Song is parodied by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
In the segment Fatman & Robin, Peter touches the tea kettle on the stove, turning it into a Robin Williams, who starts to sing "You're gonna have some hot tea baby this morning", a parody of the song 'Hot Stuff'.

It refers to these books...

Goodnight Moon
written by ; illustrated by Clement Hurd

This Book is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
Lois reads a book called "Goodnight Town from Footloose" which is a parody of Goodnight Moon.

It refers to these television episodes...

Family Guy:
Season:  8  / Episode:  4 
Brian's Got a Brand New Bag

This Television Episode is referred to by Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 part of Family Guy Season 10
Peter makes a reference to Road House by saying it in the same way he did in this previous episode.

Other Connections and Related Pop Culture

Family Guy Season 10

# Title Air Date
Family Guy
10:1 Lottery Fever Sep 25, 2011
10:2 Seahorse Seashell Party Oct 2, 2011
10:3 Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q Oct 30, 2011
10:4 Stewie Goes for a Drive Nov 6, 2011
10:5 Back to the Pilot (Road to the Pilot) Nov 13, 2011
10:6 Thanksgiving Nov 20, 2011
10:7 Amish Guy Nov 27, 2011
10:8 Cool Hand Peter Dec 4, 2011
10:9 Grumpy Old Man Dec 11, 2011
10:10 Meg and Quagmire Jan 8, 2012
10:11 The Blind Side Jan 15, 2012
10:12 Livin' on a Prayer Jan 29, 2012
10:13 Tom Tucker: The Man and His Dream Feb 12, 2012
10:14 Be Careful What You Fish For Feb 19, 2012
10:15 Burning Down the Bayit Mar 4, 2012
10:16 Killer Queen Mar 11, 2012
10:17 Forget-Me-Not Mar 18, 2012
10:18 You Can't Do That on Television, Peter Apr 1, 2012
10:19 Mr. and Mrs. Stewie Apr 29, 2012
10:20 Leggo My Meg-O May 6, 2012
10:21 Tea Peter May 13, 2012
10:22 Family Guy Viewer Mail #2 May 20, 2012
10:23 Internal Affairs May 20, 2012