Starring: Dee Bradley Baker, Scott Grimes, Seth MacFarlane, Wendy Schaal
Genres: Animated, Comedy
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[The Smiths have just heard a news report on TV about a crime on their street.]Stan: Right in our own neighborhood. Well it's clear the time has come for me to show you where we hide our guns.[Pulls a gun out from under the table.]Stan: Glock. Seventeen shots. [Takes pen from a pen holder.] Pen gun. Mightier than the sword. [Pulls sword out of knife holder.] Sword gun. Mightier than the pen gun. [Opens pantry door.] AR-15. MK-5. Mac-10. Paprika.Francine: That's weird. I use that pantry a lot.Stan: And the paprika not enough.Hayley: I can't believe this house is teeming with guns. Guns kill.Stan: Oh. Guns kill. Is that right? [Takes gun out of jacket and puts it on the table.] Well, let's see about that. Okay, gun. Kill. Go ahead. Kill someone. Don't be shy. See? Guns don't kill people. People kill people. Guns defend people against people with smaller guns.Hayley: You're such a fascist.Stan: Peace pusher.Hayley: Murderer.Stan: Hermaphrodite.Francine: Stan!Stan: I'm swinging wild, Francine.
At one point in the show, Roger throws a bucket of water (in disguise as Scotch Bingeington) on Francine claiming "Wet T-Shirt Contest!" Francine looks disgusted when Roger states "Eh, give this one a four" to the guy judging the contest, then says to Francine "Don't feel bad, you've had three kids." Francine replies "I've had two." and Roger gasps and puts a consoling hand on Francine's shoulder. This is wrong because Francine has birthed four children. She previously gave birth to Bailey (Hayley's twin), and Greg and Terry's baby in Season 3 Episode 7 "Surro-Gate."
Chuck White's number plate reads A113. This is a reference often used by alumni of California Institute of the Arts, referring to the classroom number used by animation students there.