Family Guy

Family Guy (1999)

91 corrected entries

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Ocean's Three and a Half - S7-E7

Corrected entry: When Lois asks Brian where Peter is, he tells her that Peter, Joe, Quagmire and Cleveland went to rob her dad. There's no way Brian would have known this as he wasn't in the room when they were discussing the plan.

Correction: So much time passes that Brian had plenty of time and ways to find out. Peter could have even told Brian he's leaving to go rob his father-in-law since we don't see them leaving.

Bishop73

Season 1 generally

Corrected entry: In some episodes, the word 'fictitious' in the credits disclaimer at the end is spelled 'ficticious'.

Blibbetyblip

Correction: I saw the entire season 1 of Family Guy again and all the episodes, the word "fictitious" shown on the disclaimer in the credits is spelled correctly.

iGregory

That's dedication. Not watching the episode, watching the credits.

A Demon Premium member

Stewie Goes for a Drive - S10-E4

Corrected entry: As it starts to rain, Stewie gets stabbed by a random stranger. Later on the bus, and when he gets off, there's no evidence of the stabbing.

Movie Nut

Correction: This was done as a joke and a call back to an earlier joke where Stewie says "at least it's not raining" and then gets stabbed. The effects aren't permanent, just like all the times Peter's been mortally wounded only to appear normal in the next scene.

Bishop73

And Then There Were Fewer - S9-E1

Corrected entry: When Diane Simmons is shot by an anonymous gunman, she is on the ground. However, when the gunman is revealed to be Stewie, he is on the roof and the position of the gun he used is completely horizontal, putting the gun in an impossible position to shoot Diane. (00:47:30 - 00:48:20)

Casual Person

Correction: We never see Stewie shoot the gun. And the shot of Stewie's horizontal gun was after Diane was shot and fell off the cliff. Plenty of time for Stewie to set the butt of the gun back down into the horizontal position.

Bishop73

Mind over Murder - S1-E4

Corrected entry: When Peter first has a piano in his bar, it's an upright model commonly seen in bars. The next night, it's a full sized Grand Piano. Given the width of the stairs, the size of the doorways, it seems unlikely to have been put down there without a considerable amount of effort.

Movie Nut

Correction: The whole area was transformed, a stage, extra lighting, etc. So, yes, a considerable amount of effort was done. Lois was excited to perform and conceivably hired a bunch of professionals to fix the area up (who are more than capable of bringing a piano down stairs and setting it up).

Model Misbehavior - S4-E10

Corrected entry: In this episode, Lois is a model. Throughout the whole series, she has short hair but in this one, she has it up in a ponytail. Her hair isn't long enough for the hairstyle shown at the party.

amycamille1975

Correction: She could have been wearing hair extensions.

MasterOfAll

Stewie Kills Lois (1) - S6-E5

Corrected entry: When Chris says goodbye when Lois and Peter are getting on the boat, the sea in the background 'jolts'. (00:02:20)

Correction: The sea never jolts, it just drifts normally, like any part of the sea would.

Casual Person

Internal Affairs - S10-E23

Corrected entry: During the chicken fight, one of the clones blows one of the cloning machines up. However, seconds later, they are both intact. (00:04:45)

Correction: It was only the interior of the machine that got blown up after one of the Peter clones threw one of the chicken clones into the machine, whilst the exterior of the machine remained fine. In fact, it can be noticed that the broken glass is shown from when one of the Peter clones threw one of the chicken clones into the machine just as the explosion that destroys the facility occurs.

Casual Person

Road to the North Pole - S9-E7

Corrected entry: At the end of the episode, as the camera zooms away from the house, Santa, his sleigh and reindeer are sitting on top of the house the entire time. However, he flies in from the right of the screen and towards the viewer.

Correction: Santa was never on top of the house, that was just the Griffins' Christmas decorations of Santa and the reindeer on their roof.

Casual Person

European Road Show - S3-E20

Corrected entry: When KISS is shown on stage, Paul (The singer, also known as Starchild) has the star over his left eye. Paul always has the star over his right eye. Watch any video of KISS in makeup.

A Demon Premium member

Correction: Paul's star is always on his right eye. It may just look like it is wrong since it's on the left side of the screen, but because he's facing forward, that his his right side. You can see when he and Gene turn their back in disgust that the Star is on the right hand side (since now the viewer and he are "facing" the same way).

Show generally

Corrected entry: The upstairs in Peter's house has slanted walls, but everyone's bedrooms have straight walls.

amycamille1975

Correction: Walls are several inches thick (or more) because there is space for the structural supports of the house inside them, also room for wiring, plumbing, insulation, etc. Just because a wall is slanted on one side does not mean it can't be straight on the other.

Phixius Premium member

Road to the Multiverse - S8-E1

Corrected entry: When Brian and Stewie are in the universe without religion, Brian asks what happened to the art of the Renaissance and they go to the Sistine Chapel to see that John Hinkley decorated the ceiling. Why is there a Sistine Chapel in a world with no religion?

Captain Defenestrator Premium member

Correction: It's not a world with no religion whatsoever; Stewie simply described it in a world without Christianity. The Sistine Chapel could still exist, but not necessarily as a building with any religious significance, or possibly representing a different faith.

zendaddy621

Peter-assment - S8-E14

Corrected entry: When the family are at the school play, Brian suggests that it's possibly too soon for a musical about the tragic story of Terri Schaivo, implying that it's the first time the play has been done. However, Stewie (who is playing an electrical plug) meets Jared, who has been the plug every year for three years.

Purple_Girl

Correction: It's highly unlikely Brian keeps track of what play the young elementary students are putting on. This is Stewie's first year of involvement and therefore Brian's first year of awareness. He's making the observation for the first time because he just found out about the play for the first time.

Phixius Premium member

Perfect Castaway - S4-E12

Corrected entry: In the scene where Brian and Lois are talking in the bedroom, you can see that they both sleep in two separate beds. However, in a different scene when Lois is riding on top of Peter in the bedroom, you can see there is only one double bed inside the room.

Correction: While married, Lois and Brian sleep in separate beds, which were specifically acquired for the purpose. When Lois is married to Peter, they share a bed. There's no telling how much time passes between shots and it's not that hard to move some furniture around.

Phixius Premium member

Barely Legal - S5-E8

Corrected entry: In the scene when Brian and Stewie are fighting over saying "Cool Whip", Stewie spits out hair, however if you look Stewie actually never took a bite out of the pie.

Correction: He most certainly did take a bite. Less than a second after Stewie spread a bit of Cool Whip on his piece of pie, he very quickly scoops out a piece and eats it.

Long John Peter - S6-E13

Corrected entry: In the scene where Peter gets Chris a bullfrog you see him walk through the door on the right but when Peter tries to get the bullfrog out the window the door is replaced by the window.

Correction: The door does not move, we are just viewing the scene from a different angle.

MasterOfAll

Death Lives - S3-E6

Corrected entry: When Peter is in the van with Cleveland, Cleveland's voice is slow and how it normally is, except it shouldn't be. In another episode, Peter recounted that Cleveland was an auctioneer and was hit with an antique which made his voice slow.

curiouskid

Correction: Being a caller at an auction is a skill that needs to be learned. Since Cleveland originally spoke slowly, it's more likely that he began to speak faster once trained as an auctioneer, but the antique hitting him made him revert to his normal slow speaking voice.

rswarrior

Lois Kills Stewie (2) - S6-E6

Corrected entry: As Lois sprays the Oval Office with machine-gun fire, she hits all the Presidential portraits with bullets, but fixates on George W. Bush's, shredding it to pieces. A few scenes later, the GWB portrait is shown with just a few holes in it, hardly shredded.

Correction: As stated at the end of the episode it was only a simulation almost like a dream. Due to the programming of the simulation there could have been a flaw that caused the picture to fix itself.

Greenman37

Mind over Murder - S1-E4

Corrected entry: When Stewie's chatting up 'Misti', the equation he writes on his napkin changes between shots. (00:11:40)

Blibbetyblip

Correction: The equation ( 1 1/2a 3=1/8 )stays the same throughout.

A Demon Premium member

Chitty Chitty Death Bang - S1-E3

Corrected entry: As Peter is saying "Today, you become the man of the house because when we get home, you're mother is going to kill me", Peter and Chris walk past the same four arcade games twice. (00:07:35)

Blibbetyblip

Correction: It's not unsual to have multiple instances of the same machine in an arcade.

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