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"Family Guy" A Very Special Family Guy Freakin'...

It is Christmas time in Quahog, and all Peter wants to do is relax and watch his favorite Christmas television specials while the family gets the house together. But Lois repeatedly reminds him that he needs to donate a present to charity. Lois also encourages Stewie to star as baby Jesus in a Nativity scene during the Quahog Christmas pageant. Although Stewie initially resists, he eventually plays along in hopes of pleasing Santa Claus, who he believes is omnipotent and thereby can supply him with plutonium.

"Family Guy" A Very Special Family Guy Freakin'...

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The next morning at Christmas, the family has gathered in the charred living room, happily opening their presents; Stewie gets his plutonium, Peter gets his own copy of KISS Saves Santa, and Lois, as Francis would put it, is as cheerful as ever, despite still being heavily sedated, sitting limply in a rocking chair and drooling. In the closing scene, the Griffins wish everyone a merry Christmas (though Lois is still too numb to speak clearly).

[S18, E1] Peter goes on a yacht rock cruise with his family and friends and are having a good time until a rogue wave capsizes the ship. Everyone make their way towards the bottom of the ship where the hull is the thinnest but reach a dead end when a door is block by too much water pushing from the other side. Just then, musician Michael McDonald appears and says he can use the tambour in his voice to communicate with whales and sends a message of help in the form of a whale song to tip the ship up which reaches three humpback whales swimming by. One of the whales named Terry says he gotta save the day again, just like he did in Star Trek 4.

The set is rounded out by the infamous "Lethal Weapons" episode, which concludes with a full-on family brawl in which the Griffen's beat the hell out of each other. However, other than the epic battle sequence, this episode doesn't really stand out as anything special.

The limited-release Star Wars Battlefront PSP Entertainment Pack, available on October 9, will allow owners to experience their favorite Star Wars battles any way - and anywhere - they want with a special "Ceramic White" PSP featuring a silk-screened image of Darth Vader on the back of the unit. Also included is Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron, the next chapter of the best-selling Star Wars Battlefront series from LucasArts. Set during the Original Trilogy era, the game is the previously untold story of a ragtag ensemble of battle-hardened rogues and scoundrels assembled by Han Solo. Now for the first time ever in Star Wars Battlefront, you can customize your character, select your weapons, choose your abilities and create a different experience every time you play. A stand-alone version of Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron will also be available on October 9. 041b061a72


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