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After Rupert is violently ripped to shreds by a stray dog, Lois sows him back together. Grateful for saving his beloved teddy, Stewie becomes obsessed with spending time with her. At first Lois loves all the loving attention, but after time all his love wears her out. Meanwhile, Peter files a lawsuit on the local doctor after he misinterprets his prostate exam.
Sunday September 10th, 2006
9.3/10 (4 Votes cast)
voiced Peter Griffin, Stewie Griffin, Brian Griffin, Glen Quagmire, Tom Tucker, Jake Tucker, Carter Pewterschmidt, Kevin Swanson, Seamus, Dr. Elmer Hartman, Jasper, God, Jesus, Various
voiced Lois Griffin, Loretta Brown, Tricia Takanawa, Barbara Pewterschmidt, Various
voiced Chris Griffin, Neil Goldman, Various
voiced Cleveland Brown, Herbert, Bruce, Fouad, Cleveland Jr., Greased Up Deaf Guy (Jay), Various
Stewie states that his favorite meal is "cut Green Beans, Atkin's friendly potato sticks arranged in order of size, from large to small, and a Scooby-Doo yogurt with Shaggy's eyes scratched out."
This episode marks the first time ever that someone other than Chris has seen the Evil Monkey. However, Peter mistakes him for Meg.
The DVD commentary for "Stewie Loves Lois" reveals that Peter passing his exam and running out to the music of Kenny Loggins was not a reference to a specific movie, it was to generally parody the endings of cheesy 1980s teen movies (or as Seth MacFarlane calls them, "80s movie bull(sheet)"), Eric Stoltz films in particular.
|Artist||Song Title||Played When|
|Kenny Loggins||I'm Free (Heaven Helps The Man)|| |
Brian: (teasing) Stewie loves Lois!
Stewie: Brian loves Olympia Dukakis!
Brian: Oh, yeah, I do.
Stewie: (Enters the Bedroom) Lois! Lois! Lois! Lois! Lois! Lois! Mom! Mom! Mom! Mommy! Mommy! Mommy! Mama! Mama! Mama! Ma! Ma! Ma! Ma! Mum! Mum! Mum! Mum! Mummy! Mummy! Mumma! Mumma! Mumma!
Lois: (angry) What!?
Stewie: Hi! (Runs out of the room; giggling)
Peter: My god, we've all been victims of Dr. Hartman's "Prostate Exam." Well gentlemen, the abuse stops here. I will not turn a brown eye to this. I am gonna sue that bastard and make him pay out the ass. No ifs, ands, or butts. I'm gonna be really anal about this. (Pauses) Sphincter.
Stewie: Oh God! Oh it is so hard to find funny women, and you are hilarious...aahw, you're like a female Bonnie Hunt.
Joe: Peter, you're urinating unusually frequently.
Quagmire: Yeah, what gives?
Shamus: If its gale force peein ya' be doin, it could mean ya got barnacles on yer prostate. Best have sick bay check below yer decks.
Peter: Wait a minute, are you telling me I need a prostate exam?
Shamus: Aye, and soon, before your rudder jams with flotsam, and your droppin' anchor without an order from the captain. (pauses) How are you liking all of these nautical puns?
Quagmire: Not bad.
Cleveland: Somewhat entertaining.
Peter: What the hell was that?!
Dr. Hartman: Mr. Griffin, that's a prostate exam.
Peter: Shut up, you had your finger in my ass!
Stewie: I'll testify against you, just like I did against Michael Jackson.
(flashback to Michael Jackson courtroom case)
Prosecutor: Stewie, did Mr. Jackson behave inappropriately toward you?
Stewie: Well, yes, but the worst part was...he never called back!
(Courtroom bursts into laughter)
Stewie: No, but in all seriousness, yeah, he was actually pretty agressive.
Peter's glasses fall onto the floor and smash at the Drunken Clam; yet in the next scene his glasses are in perfect condition right back on his head.
Chris' hat is miscolored at the very beginning of the episode.
All in the Family Guy
The ending of the show, the end credits and the end music as well as the voice over about filming in front of a live studio audience, are all an homage to the long running sitcom All in the Family
Stewie: Sorry, I dozed off during Sabdo Gigante last night.
After Stewie begins to yell at Brian in Spanish, he apologizes and says that he dozed off during Sabado Gigante. Sabado Gigante, meaning "Gigantic Saturday", is a popular show aired on the Spanish Station Univision.
Stewie: I'll testify against you like I testified against Michael Jackson!
Stewie tells Lois he's going to testify against her "like he testified against Michael Jackson. This is obviously referring to the Michael Jackson child molestation case.
Peter: No. You know what was a monster? Frampton Comes Alive, 1976.
Peter states that Frampton Comes Alive 1976 was a "monster". Frampton Comes Alive was a live album released in 1976 from Peter Frampton. It's easily one of the best selling albums of all time.
Shamus: I've also got a map of Middle Earth.
Shamus, the pirate type character with the wooden limbs, states that he also has a map of Middle Earth. Middle Earth is a fictional land where the Lord of the Rings trilogy was set in.
Stewie: What is this?! A pool party at Tommy Lee's house?!
When Lois first begins to ignore Stewie, he sarcastically asks her if this is a "pool party at Tommy Lee's." Stewie is referring to a 2001 incident, where a 4-year-old child drowned in Tommy Lee's pool at his kids 5th Birthday party.
Brian: I don't know. He's acting like Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Sulu.
Brian tells Lois that Stewie is acting like Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Sulu. Brian is actually referring to Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, a classic horror movie in which respected Doctor Jekyll comes into contact with some dangerous chemicals which often turn him into Mr. Hyde, an evil version of himself. Mr. Sulu, however, was a famous character on Star Trek.
Kermit the Frog
The scene where Kermit the Frog, a famous Muppet Character, is in the swamp playing a banjo; this is taken from the opening of The Muppet Movie.
Stewie loves Lois!
Brian loves Olympia Dukakis!
Stewie makes fun of Brian by saying that he loves Olympia Dukakis
. Olympia Dukakis is an actress who has appeared in many movies and TV shows. She is also related to former presidential candidate Michael Dukakis
Dr. McCoy: Forget it, I'm a doctor, not a patsy.
Dr. McCoy was the Doctor in the Star Trek series. His line "I'm a doctor, not a ___" became his catchphrase of sorts. A Patsy is a person who is generally an inocent person framed for a crime