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After reading an erotic novel, Peter begins to think he could write a half-decent one. Which he does. But in order to publish it, he'll need Lois' father, Carter, to put down some cash. Which he does. But when a man crashes his car while listening to "Peterotica- On Cassette" Carter is sued for every penny he has, and is forced to move in with the Griffin's. Now Peter must help his regain his former wealth. Meanwhile, Stewie trains for the Olympics. Which is not gay!
Stewie: (glass stuck in head; running in circles) Do I leave it in or do I take it out?! Do I leave it in or do I take it out?! Do I leave it in or do I take it out?!
Julia Roberts: I know a lot of great people died this year, but don't worry, I didn't!
Book Title Allusion
Some titles of Peter's erotica novels are spoofs off the following movies (in alphabetical order): Angela's Ashes, Brave New World, Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.
The way Peter autographs the woman's breasts is much like the way Adam Sandler did in Happy Gilmore.
The attorney's fight with the Rancor is a reference to Luke Skywalkers fight with a Rancor to save Hans Solo in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi.
The Great Train Robbery
The part where Carter and Peter try to rob the train is an obvious reference to the first 'motion' picture; The Great Train Robbery.
Stewie gets hurt when attempting to practice for the Olympics and mentions getting put on the Wheaties cereal box for it. He is referencing the Kerri Strug incident in which her team won the 1996 US Woman's Gymnastic Olympic gold medal because she was able to land a second jump after injuring her ankle in the first one. She collapsed from pain immediatly after, and was put on the Wheaties box because of that performance.
Tracey Ullman Show
The flashback to the Griffin's as crude drawings on the Tracey Ullman Show is a spoof of the old crude Simpson's cartoons that used to air on that show back before the Simpson's were popular.