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Family Guy: Brian & Stewie

Stewie & Brian spend 3 days locked in a bank vault where they discover the truth about each other.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 8x17
Production Number: 7ACX20
Airdate: Sunday May 02nd, 2010
Special Runtime: 60 Minutes

Director: Dominic Bianchi
Writer: Gary Janetti

Alternate Airdates:

UK (itv2) Jul 11, 2010

Guest Stars
Adam WestAdam West
voiced Mayor Adam West (From “You've Got A Lot to See” Song)
Lori AlanLori Alan
voiced Diane Simmons (From “You've Got A Lot to See” Song)
Mike Henry (1)Mike Henry (1)
voiced Herbert (From “All I Need Is The Boy” Song)
Mila KunisMila Kunis
voiced Meg Griffin (From “You've Got A Lot to See” Song)
Tom Brady (1)Tom Brady (1)
voiced Himself (From “Shipoopi” Song)
Main Cast
Seth MacFarlaneSeth MacFarlane
voiced Peter Griffin | Stewie Griffin | Brian Griffin | Various Characters
Episode Notes
“Brian & Stewie” was seen by 7.688 million viewers

“Brian & Stewie” is being promoted as Family Guy's 150th episode even though it is actually the 143rd episode to air.
It is however, the 150th episode to be produced.

A twenty minute Family Guy musical special followed “Brian & Stewie” as part of “FOX Rocks”, a musical element that flowed through all three of FOX's Sunday shows.

“Brian & Stewie” was touted as being the first episode with no cutaways or flashbacks, however “Family Guy Viewer Mail #1” is technically the first one to claim that title.

Granted the formats for the episodes are different, “Brian & Stewie” being one continuous story and “Mail” being 3 short stories contained in one episode but none of the three stories contained any flashbacks or cutaways.

Episode Goofs
Brian is horrified that Stewie suggests he consumes the contents of his diaper but at the vet's in Season 6's ‘Long John Peter’, Brian admitted eating one of Stewie's diapers because he thought it was Indian food.

Episode References
When trying to figure out a way to escape the bank vault, Brian mentions the fact Stewie invented a time machine in “Road to Germany” but can't think of a way to escape the vault.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorSeth MacFarlane
DeveloperDavid Zuckerman  |  Seth MacFarlane
Executive ProducerSeth MacFarlane  |  Steve Callaghan  |  Mark Hentemann  |  David A. Goodman  |  Danny Smith (1)  |  Chris Sheridan
Co-Executive ProducerAlec Sulkin  |  Wellesley Wild  |  Brian Scully
ProducerKara Vallow  |  Shannon Smith  |  John Viener  |  Cherry Chevapravatdumrong  |  Patrick Meighan
Co-ProducerKim Fertman
Consulting ProducerAbraham Higginbotham  |  Gary Janetti  |  Tom Devanney  |  Jonathan Jacobs
Associate ProducerKarin Perrotta
EditorMichael Elias
CastingLinda Lamontagne
Staff WriterAndy Goldberg  |  Alex Carter (3)
Production AssistantKat Purgal  |  Michael Kennedy (2)
Production CoordinatorAnne Michaud  |  Nick Cofrancesco
Assistant EditorEric Brown (2)
Post Production SupervisorCharles Song
Storyboard ArtistKurt Dumas
Supervising DirectorJames Purdum  |  Peter Shin
Production ManagerBrent Crowe
Main Title ThemeWalter Murphy
Series DirectorPeter Shin
Casting AssistantMelissa Aives
Casting AssociatePam Hyatt
Assistant DirectorJoe Vaux
Storyboard RevisionistYoung Lee  |  Kristina Bustamante  |  Erik Moxcey  |  Debbie Shin  |  Dante Leandado
Writing AssistantMike Desilets  |  Kristin Long  |  David Wright (1)
Production ControllerLiddane Sanders
AssistantDavid Ihlenfeld  |  Lindsay Flinn  |  Michael Gainey  |  Artie Johann  |  A. Spencer Porter  |  Sam Littenberg-Weisberg
Retake DirectorSarah Frost
Additional MaterialJames Purdum  |  John Viener
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