5x15 Boys Do Cry
First Aired: Apr. 29, 2007 on FOX
Summary: The family heads to church when Lois gets a gig as the organist, but after Stewie gets sick the congregation is convinced he's possessed by the devil. So, the family goes on the run and ends up in Texas. Peter fits right in with the cowboys, Stewie enters the "Little Miss Texas" pageant and…
Main Characters in this Episode
Redneck: I was about to bone my girlfriend, but suddenly she yelled. I looked up and it was Big Foot?
Tom Tucker: So what did you do after that?
Redneck: I went back to bone her, but the mosquitoes went crazy and she said there was no way.
Jillian: Brian, I'm reading TV Guide. Can you explain how these cheers and jeers work again?
Brian Griffin: Uh, well, the "cheers" is when they generally approve of something on television and "jeers" is when they find some sort of fault with it, uh...
Jillian: Oh! See, yeah, I'm not quite - We can't do this over the phone! You're gonna have to come over.
Brian Griffin: I can't come over! We're still on the run because the town thinks Stewie's possessed.
Jillian: No, they don't! Didn't you hear? They stopped chasing you weeks ago.
Brian Griffin: What? I have to go! [starts to hang up the phone]
Jillian: Wait! Wait! I have another question: How do I know if I'm Jewish?
Brian Griffin: Are you Jewish?
Brian Griffin: There you go, sport.
Jillian: Thank you! [Brian hangs up the phone]
- Goof (factual errors): When Brian fires the revolver the sound of the empty bullet shells hitting the ground is heard. Empty bullet shells are only ejected with semi-automatic handguns, not revolvers.
- Goof (factual errors): The red and white panels of the Texas flag are incorrectly inverted in the liquor store scene with Brian. The white should be on the top of the flag and the red on the bottom.
- Peter breaks the fourth wall twice; once when he recognizes his horse as being voiced by Gilbert Gottfried and starts talking directly to the actor instead of the horse, and once at the end when he directs the moral of the story to the audience.