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Family Guy Birthday Cake

The season received average reviews from critics. Ahsan Haque of IGN wrote mixed comments about the season, saying, “The ratio of bad to good episodes was not too favorable in this season of Family Guy. Far too many episodes were either seriously lacking in humor or were just plain poorly written”, but added, “While much of the original appeal seems to have washed-off, there are still a few moments from this season that really stand out”, listing “Chick Cancer”, “Road to Rupert”, “Saving Private Brian”, and “No Meals on Wheels” as the best episodes of the season. Haque also gave praise to “Blind Ambition”, “No Chris Left Behind”, “Bill and Peter’s Bogus Journey”, and “Meet the Quagmires”. Manisha Kanetkar of Smart House, however, felt that the series saw “no sign of tiring” and had “as many funny moments as ever.” Nancy Basile of About.com regarded “Airport ’07”, “Prick Up Your Ears”, and “Barely Legal” as “gem episodes.” In his review for the Family Guy volume five DVD, Francis Rizzo III of DVD Talk said “There are several points to criticize when it comes to this set, including a series that’s losing some of its steam and relying on comedic crutches and an oddly constructed episode structure, but in the end, the series is fun to watch, which is all you really ask for from a cartoon sitcom.” In a later review, Rizzo added “Is Family Guy coasting on it’s past successes? It could be argued, as the series doesn’t surprise or shock the way it once did, instead doing the things that have worked before and doing them more and larger. The DVD releases are predictable and consistent, with high quality and impressive rafts of bonus material, but if the show doesn’t do it for you, that doesn’t make much of a difference.”
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Family Guy Birthday Cake

Meanwhile, Stewie misinterprets the meaning of his birthday and assumes that the same mysterious “Man in White” who delivered him as an infant will be returning to force Stewie back into Lois’ womb from which he escaped just one year ago. Meg cries all the way home to Peter from cheerleading practice, and has been having trouble fitting in at school. Later, she discovers a new friend named Jennifer. Meanwhile, Stewie makes it all the way to the airport looking for tickets but then is stopped by a member of staff. The man then gives Stewie some advice saying that running from your problems never solves anything. Stewie then reflects on this, deciding to finally face “The Man in White”. But before he leaves, he wishes the man luck before freezing him in carbonite. Peter tries desperately, but ultimately unsuccessfully, to put together a party in time for Stewie’s birthday. He finally reroutes a circus into the Griffins’ backyard, saving the day – that is, until he reveals to Lois that he gave Meg permission to go to a party at her friend’s house. Lois, who wanted the whole family together for Stewie’s party, is upset with Peter for letting Meg go. What Peter and Lois don’t realize is that Meg’s “party” is actually a cult meeting where all the members are about to commit group suicide.
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Family Guy Birthday Cake

“Chitty Chitty Death Bang” is the third episode of the first season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It originally aired on Fox in the United States on April 18, 1999. The episode follows Peter after he tries to make amends for his son, Stewie’s, first birthday party when he loses their reservation at a popular kids’ restaurant known as Cheesie Charlie’s. Meanwhile, Meg becomes friends with an excitable girl named Jennifer, who leads her to join a death cult, in an attempt to fit in.

Family Guy Birthday Cake

Family Guy Birthday Cake
Family Guy Birthday Cake
Family Guy Birthday Cake
Family Guy Birthday Cake

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