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Family Guy: Meet the Quagmires

Death grants Peter's wish of going back in time to be 18 again just for one night so that he can sow his wild oats. In 1984, he bails on a date with Lois to go to a bar and make out with a movie actress, but when he returns to the present, he discovers that he is now married to the former starlet and Lois is with Quagmire.


Source: Fox

Episode Info  

Episode number: 5x18
Production Number: 5ACX13
Airdate: Sunday May 20th, 2007



 
Guest Stars
John VienerJohn Viener
voiced Various
Recurring
John VienerJohn Viener
voiced Various
Recurring
Patrick WarburtonPatrick Warburton
voiced Joe Swanson
Recurring
Patrick WarburtonPatrick Warburton
voiced Joe Swanson
Recurring
Chris CoxChris Cox
voiced Various
Recurring
Alec SulkinAlec Sulkin
voiced Various
Recurring
Johnny Brennan (1)Johnny Brennan (1)
voiced Various
Recurring
Will SassoWill Sasso
voiced Various
Recurring
Luke Adams (3)Luke Adams (3)
voiced Singer (“Earth Angel” Performer)
Recurring
Main Cast
Seth MacFarlaneSeth MacFarlane
voiced Peter Griffin | Stewie Griffin | Brian Griffin | Various Characters
Alex BorsteinAlex Borstein
voiced Lois Griffin | Various Characters
Seth GreenSeth Green
voiced Chris Griffin | Various Characters
Mila KunisMila Kunis
voiced Meg Griffin
Mila KunisMila Kunis
voiced Meg Griffin
Mike Henry (1)Mike Henry (1)
voiced Cleveland Brown | Various Characters
Episode Notes
Roger Crosses over from American Dad.



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Harold FaltermeyerAxel F aka Beverly Hills Cop Theme 


Cultural References
'Never Gonna Give You Up' - Rick Astley

Brian sings 'Never Gonna Give You Up' as the highlight of the dance at the country club

Back to the Future Franchise
A number of scenes in this episode spoof scenes from the films Back to the Future (1985), and Back to the Future II (1989). The basic plot is very similar to the first film, as are the dance scene and Brian's picture featuring the fading children. Brian's explanation of temporal mechanics parallels a similar scene from the second film, and the final scene, where everything is almost back to normal (the illegal alien Roger from American Dad! is present) apes the final scenes of Back to the Future.

"Rickroll"

Brian's cover of "Never Gonna Give You Up" was in direct reference to the recent resurgence of popularity of Astley and the song as an Internet viral ad meme known as "Rickroll", where unsuspecting Internet viewers are tricked into following a link claiming to be something that interests them, and being revealed to be a Rick Astley song, in most cases, it is "Never Gonna Give You Up"



Other Episode Crew

CreatorSeth MacFarlane
DeveloperDavid Zuckerman  |  Seth MacFarlane
 
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