Wallet in the face - Family Guy





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Uploaded on Oct 9, 2011

Family Guy, episode 7, season 5. Chick Cancer.

She's so cute, I love children. Look at my kids. Man punches other guy in the face with wallet with photo's of his children in it. Wallet in the face, insane guy.

Stewie discovers that his old friend, Olivia, a child actress, is coming to the end of her Hollywood career because her "Tasty Juice: Drink it then Convert it to Pee." advertisement campaign has been dropped, and is making an appearance at the Quahog mall to open a new store. He decides to go the mall when he expects to ridicule her, but falls in love with her after seeing her again. Olivia, however, does not return the same feelings, so Stewie seeks advice from Brian on how to make Olivia like him. Brian and Stewie observe next-door neighbor Glenn Quagmire forcing a woman to have sex with him by threatening her, and Stewie comes to the conclusion that women respond to men who mistreat them.
Stewie and Olivia begin to bond shortly afterward, and the two spend their time bonding by sitting in a park while eating ice cream. As they sit and eat their ice cream, they observe various people, such as a man smelling his own hand, a Jewish cowboy, a man who cuts his own hair, and an uptight and hardworking Asian man who is looking at his watch. They also go to a birthday party for one of Olivia's friends. Olivia introduces Stewie to her old friend, a child actor named Victor, and she obliges Stewie to get both of them punch, but a jealous Stewie only wishes Victor to go away. The couple begin to argue constantly, and their latest argument ends with them getting married. After the marriage, which Rupert officiates, their relationship does not get any better. Later, the couple decide to accompany Brian on a double-date with his girlfriend, Jillian. During the date, the pair continue to bicker throughout, leading to Stewie starting an argument with a person in the restaurant who asks him to be quiet. He feels the relationship is failing, but Brian encourages him to reconsider and Stewie agrees to return to Olivia. Returning to his playhouse, Stewie discovers Olivia cheating on him with her friend Victor (although the two are just playing with silly putty). With the relationship over, a seemingly distraught Stewie leaves the playhouse, which the then sets on fire with both Olivia and Victor inside: whether they survive or perish is not determined.
Meanwhile, Peter watches a chick flick with Lois, and is deeply moved by it. After renting several other chick flicks, Peter decides to make one of his own with his friends, entitled "Steel Vaginas". The plot of it stars Peter as a man who claims he does not care much for women until he meets "Vageena Hertz", played by Lois, who is also his own daughter in the film. After Vageena almost drowns, she is rushed to the hospital, but dies of an angry hymen. The film ends and is received badly by Peter's friends due to its poor plot outline, structure and not making any sense. This leaves Peter crushed and, of course, he realizes that he's not cut out for making movies.
During the closing credits of the episode, Stewie talks with Brian about how he does not like women and relationships, he talks about how he wishes that he could do the same thing with the same sex so Brian says, "They do; it's called being gay." to which Stewie replies, "Oh, that's what gay is? Oh, yeah, I could totally get into that.


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