Blibbetyblip

13th Feb 2008

Monk (2002)

Chosen answer: It was Julie's laptop, and when Monk plugged it into the SWAT team's system, Julie's friend's address (where the teen girls were having a slumber party) popped up and fooled the cops into thinking that it was the perp's house. Highly unlikely, true, but the SWAT guys storming into a house full of squealing teenage girls in pink nighties did make for a very funny scene.

Jean G

Answer: Julies Laptop was using the SFPD's Internet to receive mails from that girls house i.e. the girl throwing the party. So, the FBI thought that the girls house was the perp's house because of the connection from Julie's laptop to the girl's house.

11th Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

11th Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

11th Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

11th Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

11th Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

11th Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

11th Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

10th Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

10th Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

10th Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

10th Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

5th Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

European Road Show - S3-E20

Question: Is Brian's line "Hey, is that a beer hall?" a joke on how tour guides seem to be obsessed with beer halls? I was on a tour in Salzburg, Austria, and the tour guide just wouldn't shut up about the Salzburg beer hall, so I was wondering if this was a common thing amongst tour guides.

Blibbetyblip

Chosen answer: While I am not sure whether it's a common thing, the joke was Brian trying to change the atmosphere of the situation he just created. Brian was trying to get the tour guide to admit to the fact that the history missing in the pamphlet was during the Nazi regime. Due to the Denazification in many European countries, it is generally an area that is still very controversial. The fact that the tour guide made such lame excuses on what had actually happened and then blew up when Brian continued on about it meant it was an issue he should just leave well alone.

Lummie Premium member

Actually, it refers to the "Beer Hall Ptsch in 1923, where Hitler initially tried to grab power. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beer_Hall_Putsch.

3rd Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

3rd Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

3rd Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

3rd Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

Family Guy mistake picture

Fat Guy Strangler - S4-E17

Continuity mistake: When we first see all the guys at the NAAFP meeting, there are two guys in the top right corner; one with a singlet and one with brown hair and a green-brown T-shirt. In the next shot, these two guys come in from the opposite side of the screen. (00:12:15)

Blibbetyblip

3rd Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

3rd Feb 2008

Family Guy (1999)

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