Family Guy

Family Guy (1999)

1 question in Fifteen Minutes of Shame

Fifteen Minutes of Shame - S2-E12

Question: When Stewie makes the prank call to the talk show, he asks about "Prince Albert in a can." What does that mean?

Chosen answer: This is a reference to one of the oldest prank-call jokes known - young people calling up a tobacconist's and asking if they have "Prince Albert in a can," (Prince Albert being the name of a moderately famous brand of loose tobacco). If the shop owner replies positively, they then say "Well you'd better let him out, he's suffocating!" or the like.

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