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Season 3

29 :03x01 - The Thin White Line (1)

Jul/11/2001
Part one of two. Brian's exceptional olfactory skills nets him a job as a drug-sniffing dog, but when the job turns Brian into a cocaine addict, Brian is sent to rehab (with Peter tagging along after missing out on a vacation).
Guest Stars: June Foray as Rocky | Haley Joel Osment as Various | Carlos Alazraqui as Mr. Jonathan Weed | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Nicole Sullivan as Various | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Wally Wingert as Various | Thomas Dekker as Various | Leif Garrett as Himself
Director: Glen Hill

30 :03x02 - Brian Does Hollywood (2)

Jul/18/2001
Conclusion. Following the events in "The Thin White Line," Brian decides to leave home and become a Hollywood writer. Meanwhile, Lois signs Stewie up to appear on "Kids Say the Darndest Things".
Guest Stars: Seth MacFarlane as Jasper | Ray Liotta as Zach | Gary Cole as Various | Kevin Michael Richardson as Various | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Louise DuArt as Various | Olivia Hack as Various | Jenna Jameson as Herself | Ron Jeremy as Himself
Director: Gavin Dell
Writer: Gary Janetti
Songs: Barry Manilow -- Looks Like We Made It

31 :03x03 - Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington

Jul/25/2001
When a cigarette company takes over Happy-Go-Lucky-Toy Factory, Peter is made company president and gets sent to Washington, D.C. to convince Congress that the tobacco companies are not bent on selling cigarettes to children.
Guest Stars: Carlos Alazraqui as Mr. Jonathan Weed | Gary Cole as Chairman | Danny Smith (1) as Harrison | Wally Wingert as Various | Ricky Blitt as Bob Doyle (Live Action Joel, Alyssa Milano's Lawyer) | Louise DuArt as Melissa & Joan Rivers | Olivia Hack as Various | Meredith Scott Lynn as Various | Alyssa Milano as Herself | Brian Doyle-Murray as Various | Jack Sheldon as The Bill | Lane Schnaitter as Barbara Mandrell | Natalie Wood
Director: Brian Hogan
Writer: Ricky Blitt

32 :03x04 - One If By Clam, Two If By Sea

Aug/01/2001
When a hurricane hits Quahog, Horace sells the Drunken Clam, which is transformed into a British pub. Meanwhile, Stewie attempts to teach a British girl with a heavy Cockney accent how to speak proper English.
Guest Stars: Edward Asner as Steven Bellows | Lori Alan as Diane Simmons | Johnny Brennan (1) as Various | Tara Strong as Various | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Jennifer Tilly as Bonnie Swanson | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Hugh Laurie as Various | Alan Shearman as Various
Director: Dan Povenmire

33 :03x05 - And the Wiener is...

Aug/08/2001
Peter questions his masculinity when he finds out his son, Chris, has a bigger penis than he does. Meanwhile, Meg joins the flag girl squad in an attempt to be one of the popular kids.
Guest Stars: Rachael MacFarlane as Various | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Tara Strong as Various | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Patrick Duffy as Jack | Lisa Wilhoit as Connie DiMico | Debra Wilson as Nurse
Director: Bert Ring

34 :03x06 - Death Lives

Aug/15/2001
On their wedding anniversary, Peter keeps Lois distracted with a scavenger hunt while he plays golf, but a lightning storm kills Peter and Death returns to show Peter how much Lois means to him.
Guest Stars: Seth MacFarlane as Glenn Quagmire | Lori Alan as Diane Simmons | Adam Carolla as Death | Danny Smith (1) as Blackie | Wally Wingert as Ball Cleaner | Peter Frampton (1) as Himself | Estelle Harris as Death's Mom | Laura Silverman as Amy | Ron Macfarlane as Various (Additional Vocals for Glen's Navy Song)
Director: Rob Renzetti
Songs: Peter Frampton -- Baby I Love Your Way

35 :03x07 - Lethal Weapons

Aug/22/2001
Lois takes martial arts to fight back against the New Yorkers who have overrun Quahog, but Lois worries that her violent antics may have a bad influence on her family.
Guest Stars: Lori Alan as Diane Simmons | Johnny Brennan (1) as Horace (Bronx Guy #2) | Phil LaMarr as Various | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Nicole Sullivan as Various | Jennifer Tilly as Bonnie Swanson | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Michael Chiklis as Bronx Guy | Peter Gallagher as Jared Fellows | Alastair Sherman as Various
Director: Brian Hogan

36 :03x08 - The Kiss Seen Around the World

Aug/29/2001
Meg goes for an internship at Quahog News 5 in order to get closer to her crush, Tom Tucker, but is disgusted when pervy class nerd, Neil Goldman, lands the internship as well. Meanwhile, Stewie fights back against a bully who stole his tricycle.
Guest Stars: Abe Vigoda as Himself | Lori Alan as Diane Simmons | Mike Barker (1) as The Buff Guy | Johnny Brennan (1) as Mort Goldman | Horace | Gary Cole as Principal Shepherd | Ralph Garman as Dustin Hoffman | Phil LaMarr as Minister | Danny Smith (1) as The Mass Media Murderer | Tara Strong as Beth (Classmate | Teenage Girl) | Nicole Sullivan as Muriel Goldman | Adam West as Mayor Adam West | Michael Chiklis as Mechanic | Cartoony Crewman | Hugh Downs as Himself | Mark Hentemann as Chief McKenzie | D.D. Howard as Jane Fonda | Lisa Wilhoit as Connie DiMico

37 :03x09 - Mr. Saturday Knight

Sep/05/2001
Peter, once again, finds himself out of work when his boss, Mr. Weed, dies, and the toy factory gets demolished in order to make a disease control center. After unsuccessfully trying to hold down a series of jobs (including prostituting himself), Peter becomes a Renaissance fair knight, who must fight his idol, The Black Knight.
Guest Stars: Adam Carolla as Death | Charles Durning as Francis Griffin | R. Lee Ermey as Coach | Lori Alan as Diane Simmons | Carlos Alazraqui as Mr. Jonathan Weed | Ralph Garman as Gene Rayburn | Phil LaMarr as Ollie Williams (Minister | Pimp) | Rachael MacFarlane as Margot Kidder (Barbara | Maid Madeline) | David Berry (1) as Bobby (Kid #1) | Johnny Brennan (1) as Mort Goldman (Mafioso) | Jackson Douglas as Vaccuum Repairman | Will Ferrell as Black Knight | Jimmy Kimmel as Death's Dog (Man in Suit | Renaissance Guy) | Justin Koznar as Alfalfa (Kid #2)

38 :03x10 - Fish Out of Water

Sep/19/2001
Now overweight and still unemployed, Peter chooses Fishing as his new career. But when the pickings are slim, Peter puts his house in debt to buy a boat he can use to hunt Daggermouth, a famous fish which would earn him a lot of cash. Meanwhile, Lois takes Meg to spring break and teaches her how to have a good time, a little too well.
Guest Stars: Gary Cole as Various | Ralph Garman as Various | Phil LaMarr as Various | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Michael Chiklis as Hennessey | Brian Doyle-Murray as Salty | Lisa Wilhoit as Various
Director: Bert Ring

39 :03x11 - Emission Impossible

Nov/08/2001
When Peter and Lois help Lois's sister, Carol, have a baby, Peter and Lois decide to have another child, which doesn't sit well with Stewie.
Guest Stars: Carol Kane as Carol Pewterschmidt | Mike Barker (1) as Smurf #2 | Gary Cole as Mike Brady (Thug #1) | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Adam West as Mayor Adam West | Majel Barrett as Computer Voice | David Berry (1) as Bobby | D.D. Howard as Carol Brady | Shawn Pyfrom as Oliver | Wallace Shawn as Bertram
Director: Peter Shin
Songs: Eric Carmen -- Hungry Eyes, Joe Cocker -- Up Where We Belong

40 :03x12 - To Live and Die in Dixie

Nov/15/2001
When Chris witnesses a robbery, the FBI sends the Griffin's into the witness protection program in the South. Once there, Chris befriends a boy named Sam. Meanwhile, Peter pisses off the Southerners during a Civil War Reenactment, and Chris becomes greatly confused when Sam kisses him. Back at home, one of the FBI agents accidentally lets the Griffin's location out, and the robber comes looking for them.
Guest Stars: Ralph Garman as Agent Jenkins (Paul Simon | Jeff Foxworthy) | Rachael MacFarlane as Various | Danny Smith (1) as Officer Horowitz (Mr. Stevenson) | Brian Dunkleman as Buck Owens | Dakota Fanning as Girl (“My daughter would absolutely love you”) | Waylon Jennings as Himself (“Dukes of Hazzard” type voiceover) | Kathleen Wilhoite as Sam
Director: Dan Povenmire

41 :03x13 - Screwed The Pooch

Nov/29/2001
Peter finally begins to impress Carter, and the two become friends after Peter gives Carter a tip on beating Ted Turner in poker, but the friendship is shattered when a horny Brian has sex with Carter's favorite race dog, Sea Breeze.
Guest Stars: Johnny Brennan (1) as Mort Goldman | Ralph Garman as Ted Turner (Motel Clerk | Veterinarian) | Phil LaMarr as Judge (Doctor | Lawyer) | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Bob Barker as Himself | Don LaFontaine as FOX Announcer | Jane Lynch as Dotty Campbell (Barbara | Mrs Ramsey | British Mom)

42 :03x14 - Peter Griffin: Husband, Father...Brother?

Dec/06/2001
After Chris starts talking “street”, Peter decides to teach him about the Griffin ancestry.
He finds out he had a black ancestor named Nate Griffin who was owned by the Pewterschmidt family.
Meanwhile, Stewie goes undercover as a cheerleader.
Guest Stars: Gary Cole as Cop (Coach) | Chris Cox as George W. Bush | Phil LaMarr as Donald (Chapter President | Rapper | Black Comedian) | Rachael MacFarlane as Jill (Animatronic Wife | Animatronic Irish Woman) | Kevin Michael Richardson as Black Professor (League Member #2) | Danny Smith (1) as The Leper (Announcer | Scientist #2) | Tara Strong as Cindi (Waitress) | Wally Wingert as Cameraman (Museum Guide | Scientist #3) | Wayne Collins (1) as Basketball Player (League Member) | Meredith Scott Lynn as Girl | Kim Parks as Tonya
Director: Scott Wood

43 :03x15 - Ready, Willing, and Disabled

Dec/20/2001
Peter helps Joe raise his spirits after he fails to capture a crook in a Jimmy Carter mask by training him for the Special Olympics.
Meanwhile, Meg, Chris, and Stewie find a money clip containing $26.00 and fight over who gets to keep it.
Guest Stars: Tony Danza as Himself | Lori Alan as Diane Simmons | Johnny Brennan (1) as Various | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Adam West as Mayor Adam West | Wally Wingert as Various | David Berry (1) as Various | Valerie Bertinelli as Herself | Mark Hentemann as Various | Alex Rocco as Bea Arthur
Director: Andi Klein

44 :03x16 - A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas

Dec/21/2001
In this Christmas episode, Lois struggles to keep her Yuletide cheer after Peter accidentally gives away the family's Christmas presents and Brian sets the kitchen on fire.
Meanwhile, Stewie makes a conscious choice to be good to impress Santa.
Guest Stars: Danny Smith (1) as Various | Jennifer Tilly as Bonnie Swanson | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Wally Wingert as Various | John Kassir as George Bailey | Kid #2 | Hynden Walch as Kid #3 | Paul Rugg as Frosty the Snowman | Kid #1 | Peter Criss as Himself | Ace Frehley as Himself | Gene Simmons as Himself | Paul Stanley as Himself
Director: Brian Hogan

45 :03x17 - Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows

Jan/17/2002
When Brian gets busted for a DUI, he is sentenced to care for a bitter, old, reclusive woman.
Meanwhile, Peter grows a beard, and ends up housing a family of baby birds.
Guest Stars: Lori Alan as Diane Simmons | Mike Barker (1) as Various | Gary Cole as Various | Butch Hartman as Various | Phil LaMarr as Various | Nicole Sullivan as Various | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Adam West as Mayor Adam West | Wally Wingert as Various | A.J. Benza as Himself | Adria Firestone as Various | Melora Hardin as Various | Jane Lynch as Various
Director: Dan Povenmire

46 :03x18 - From Method to Madness

Jan/24/2002
Peter and Lois find it hard to understand a family of nudists they meet, and forbid Meg to see their son who actually likes her. Meanwhile, Stewie enrolls in an acting school, and must team up with his enemy Olivia in order to stay.
Guest Stars: Fred Willard as Dave Campell | Chris Cox as Jeff Campbell | Ralph Garman as Bernie | Rachael MacFarlane as Olivia Fuller | Jane Lynch as Dotty Campbell | Denis Martell as Santos | Mark Paredes as Pasqual
Director: Bert Ring

47 :03x19 - Stuck Together, Torn Apart

Jan/31/2002
Out of fear of Peter's jealousy, Lois sneaks around to meet with an old boyfriend.
When Peter sees her with out w/ the man, the truth comes out, and Lois suggests they enter marriage counseling.
The counselor suggests the spend some time apart, and date other people.
Meanwhile, Stewie and Brian get accidentally super glued together at the hand, and must remain that way for a week.
Guest Stars: Mike Barker (1) as Various | Johnny Brennan (1) as Various | Gary Cole as Various | Chris Cox as Ross Fishman | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Nicole Sullivan as Various | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Gilbert Gottfried as Mort Goldmen | Jennifer Love Hewitt as Herself | Meredith Scott Lynn as Various

48 :03x20 - Road to Europe

Feb/07/2002
Believing he would have a better life, Stewie runs off to “Jolly Farms”, a British made children's television show.
Peter and Lois travel to KISS-Stock.
Guest Stars: Fred Willard as Various | Chris Cox as Various | Phil LaMarr as Various | Wally Wingert as Various | Andy Dick as Himself | Jon Favreau as Various | Sean Flynn as Various | Lauren Graham as Mother Maggie | Michelle Horn as Various | Don LaFontaine as Various | Jane Lynch as Various | Michael McKean as Pengrove Pig | Gene Simmons as Himself | Paul Stanley as Various
Director: Dan Povenmire

49 :03x21 - Family Guy Viewer Mail #1

Feb/14/2002
This episode was a special episode, divided up into 3 different stories apparently submitted by viewers. The story lines were different from any others in the series, and had no effect on it. The episode was hosted by Stewie and Brian.

Li'l Griffins: In the first Li'l Rascal styled segment, the boys are anti-girl, until they meet Lois who says that she likes a brave man. In order to prove to her who is the bravest, they try to stake it out overnight in a haunted house.

No Bones About It: Peter opens a bottle of beer and a Genie bursts out, telling him he has 3 wishes. In order to escape being beaten up, for his last wish, he wishes he had no bones. He escapes from the beating, but becomes a big strain on the family.

Super Griffins: When the Griffin's are hit with radioactive waste, the each gain a super power. At first the vow to use their powers only for good, but it quickly goes to their heads.
Guest Stars: Kelly Ripa as Herself | Lori Alan as Diane Simmons | Johnny Brennan (1) as Mort Goldman | Adam Carolla as Death | Gary Cole as Various | Chris Cox as Various | Rachael MacFarlane as Various | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Adam West as Mayor Adam West | Wally Wingert as Various | Bill Goldberg (2) as Bonebreaker | Judy Greer as Various | Kerrigan Mahan as Various | Regis Philbin as Himself | Lane Schnaitter as Various | Michael Winslow as Various

50 :03x22 - When You Wish Upon a Weinstein

Dec/10/2004
When Peter loses a big amount of money on an insurance scam, he decides he needs a Jewish man to control his money. Coincidentally, one happens to have car problems in front of his house. The Jewish man does great, and saves Peter a lot of money. This makes Peter decide that in order to be successful in life, Chris needs to become Jewish. Instead of studying hard, Peter takes Chris to Las Vegas for a Vegas Bar Mitzvah.
Guest Stars: Ed McMahon as Himself | Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker | Mike Barker (1) as Various | Phil LaMarr as Various | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Nicole Sullivan as Various | Wally Wingert as Various | Andrea Hutchman as Various | Ricky Blitt as Various | Peter Riegert as Various | Mary Scheer as Various | Ben Stein as Rabbi Goldberg
Director: Dan Povenmire
Writer: Ricky Blitt
Warning: Family Guy guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Animation
Genre: Adult Cartoons | Comedy
Status: Returning Series
Network: FOX ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: January 31, 1999
Episode Order: 21
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