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Family Guy: Death Lives

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.


Episode Info


Episode number: 3x6
Production Number: 2ACX21
Airdate: Wednesday August 15th, 2001

Director: Rob Renzetti
Writer: Mike Henry


  • Currently 9.8/10
9.8/10 (4 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
Adam CarollaAdam Carolla
voiced Death
Recurring
Danny Smith (1)Danny Smith (1)
voiced Blackie
Recurring
Lori AlanLori Alan
voiced Diane Simmons
Recurring
Ron MacfarlaneRon Macfarlane
voiced Various (Additional Vocals for Glen's Navy Song)
Recurring
Wally WingertWally Wingert
voiced Ball Cleaner
Recurring
Estelle HarrisEstelle Harris
voiced Death's Mom
Laura SilvermanLaura Silverman
voiced Amy
Peter FramptonPeter Frampton
voiced Himself
Main Cast
Seth MacFarlaneSeth MacFarlane
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
Alex BorsteinAlex Borstein
voiced Lois Griffin, Loretta Brown, Tricia Takanawa, Barbara Pewterschmidt, Various
Seth GreenSeth Green
voiced Chris Griffin, Neil Goldman, Various
Mila KunisMila Kunis
voiced Meg Griffin
Mike HenryMike Henry
voiced Cleveland Brown, Herbert, Bruce, Fouad, Cleveland Jr., Greased Up Deaf Guy (Jay), Various
Episode Notes
Going in actual production order, this episode should of ended Season 3.

According to the commentary for this episode, the song performed by the sailors is actually several versions of Seth and his father Ron singing overlaid so it sounds like many people singing.



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Peter FramptonBaby I Love Your Way6min 23sec


Episode Quotes
Peter: Lois may be worth a million bucks to you, but to me she's worthless.

Ball Caddy: Ah, they're after me lucky charms!
Quagmire: Oh man, I payed him ten bucks to say that!



Episode Goofs
In an earlier episode Peter states that he did not pass gas until he was 30. However, in this episode we hear Peter fart in a flashback of before they were married. And they were definitely married before Peter was 30.

Peter drops the belt he was using to hold the tree up before being struck by lightening. But when the episode came back from commercial, the belt was gone.



Cultural References
Stewie explains “Archie Comics” to Chris. The character “Jughead” is mentioned.
Archie Comics have been around since 1941 created by Bob Montana.

Peter: “There's worse things in life than rain... like uh, like spiders”
{Flashback}
Spider: “Oh he's behind the door”


The spider talking loudly in the movies may be a reference to 1991's “Cape Fear” starring Robert De Niro & Nick Nolte.
De Niro's character Max Cady talks & laughs very loudly in the theater purposely to annoy Nolte's character Sam Bowden.

Lois: “This is such a beautiful night. I love looking at stars”
Peter: “Say no more... Very interesting, but stupid.”
Lois: “HaHaHa Oh my god, I love Arte Johnson.”


Arte Johnson was one of the stars of “Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In” (1968-1973).
One of his character's catch phrases was “Very interesting, but stupid.”

Peter: “...God loves a working man”

“God Loves A Working Man” is a song by Dave Insley

Peter: “The Shadow is in reality Lamont Cranston, wealthy young man about town”

This a reference to “The Shadow” radio dramas from the 30's

Death: “Oh sorry, that's Edward James Olmos”

Edward James Olmos is a very busy American character actor. He can be currently seen as Commander William Adama in the final season of the SciFi Channel's “Battlestar Galactica”

Peter: “Robert Reed got Florence Henderson and he was one of those toe tapping burger meisters”

Peter's alluding to the fact that even though Robert Reed was gay (& publicly in the closet until after his death) he managed to marry Florence Henderson.

However Peter is confusing them w/ their characters from the sitcom “The Brady Bunch” (1969-1974), where they played Mr. & Mrs. Brady. Florence and Robert were (obviously) never married.

Cleveland: “That truck's coming up on us awfully fast”
Peter: “Holy crap! Do you see what I see?”
Cleveland: “I'm afraid I do”
Peter: “We're being chased by ghosts!”


Peter is obviously unaware they are actually being chased by members of the racist organization, the “Ku Klux Klan”

Frampton: “Are you sure you're not supposed to be at Keith Richard's house?”

Keith Richards is a musician, and a member of The Rolling Stones.
He is occasionally the butt of age & drug jokes.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorSeth MacFarlane
DeveloperSeth MacFarlane  |  David Zuckerman
Executive ProducerDavid Zuckerman  |  Seth MacFarlane
Co-Executive ProducerDaniel Palladino  |  Craig Hoffman  |  Danny Smith (1)
ProducerMike Barker (1)  |  Billiam Coronel  |  Matt Weitzman  |  Sherry Gunther
Co-ProducerRicky Blitt  |  Chris Sheridan
Consulting ProducerGary Janetti  |  Greg Garcia
Associate ProducerLouis J. Cuck
EditorRick McKenzie
CastingLinda Lamontagne  |  Karen Vice
Line ProducerKen Dennis  |  Debby Hindman
Staff WriterBobby Bowman  |  Steve Callaghan
MusicWalter Murphy
Story EditorJim Bernstein  |  Michael Shipley  |  Mark Hentemann
Supervising DirectorPeter Shin  |  Pete Michels (1)
Executive Story EditorNeil Goldman  |  Garrett Donovan
ConsultantMike Henry
Main Title ThemeWalter Murphy
Writing AssistantKen Goin  |  Dave Collard
Production ControllerLiddane Sanders
AssistantLane Schnaitter
 
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