There, Quagmire confesses that the sister he knew growing up no longer exists, and he wants her back. The episode featured a guest performance by along with several recurring guest voice actors for the series. Quagmire is up to his old shenanigans. This leads to a sex with a rooster joke that again feels like it didn't even know its purpose. The writing even tied all the plot threads together by having Quagmire's asphyxiation pay off and allow him to elude Jeff's murderous choke hold. Stick to silly episodes, or time adventures with Stewie and Brian. Erotic Asphyxiation to clown porn, there's nothing Quagmire wont do.
They give her a note they faked explaining that Jeff thought it would be best if he left. That last one being a whole last act plot that was resolved in classic cold Family Guy fashion. So, yeah, hypocrisy, thy name is Family Guy. But remember the whole auto-erotic asphyxiation bit earlier? And the episode ends with Quagmire and company instead of telling Brenda what happened, give her a phony letter saying that Jeff left her instead. He taunts him that now his nephew will grow up without an uncle. As the entire neighborhood is kept awake with Jeff's rants, Lois tries to talk to Brenda about leaving Jeff on a day out at a. When Glenn tries to show Jeff the door, Jeff has Brenda announce that they're getting married because she's pregnant.
Jeff grabs a shovel to bury the body only to be illuminated by the car's headlights. The gang face Brenda and her boyfriend Jeff Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q. On Monday night, Showbiz Tonight anchor A. I guess a plus to this is at least his dad isn't showing up so the show can make oh-so-tasteful transgender jokes. .
He goes to see Peter who looks through the spy hole at Quagmire's distorted face, only to open the door and see that his face looks exactly like that due to lack of sleep. Or in this case, mostly Quagmire getting his ass handed to him. Joe reaches for his shotgun, but Jeff threatens to shoot Quagmire in the back of the head. All the jokes land, just like Jeff's punches on Brenda. Peter nearly slips the plot and Jeff goes off to take a whiz.
Joe says that the police can't intervene unless Brenda files a former complaint, but suggests that the group have an with Brenda. This episode is a hard one to watch honestly, because it not only deals with some rather rough subject matter of domestic abuse and battered wife syndrome, but it's done in the style fitting of the current writing mindset of this series. During the intervention, Peter says he wants to tell some jokes, to which Lois objects. Most of the flashback jokes were forgettable as usual. They show up for exactly one episode to send a message that abuse is bad and then disappear. And domestic violence is far more complicated than that. I know, if I'm looking for good taste, maybe I shouldn't be watching Family Guy.
The Good: If you had told me that Family Guy would make it to ten seasons back in the day then this is kind of what I would have imagined the show would be like. Strong, powerful words from a rapist, but I guess the point is still being made. The two then embrace each other until Jeff enters the intervention, causing an enraged Quagmire to tell him that Brenda has agreed to leave him. Just take them out in the woods and pull the trigger! Pressured by Jeff, Brenda reveals that the two are engaged and that she is pregnant. It seems like now, especially in this episode his whole role is to be the comic relief, but instead of saying something to lighten the mood, the joke comes from mockery of the situation.
Best Joke: Lois takes Brenda out to lunch to try and talk some sense into her. As Fauna begins to investigate the secrets to her past, she follows a sinister trail that swirls ever closer to an infamous Hollywood gynecologist, Dr. Quagmire worries that some night Jeff may actually kill her but Joe claims he can't act until after the fact and suggests an intervention. Quagmire asks Lois to talk to Brenda about leaving Jeff, which leads to a bit involving Brenda having a black eye, and also seemingly having no problem with being abused by Jeff. Peter's Brain: Two thirds of the planet is water? It originally aired on in the United States on October 30, 2011. Attempting to save his life, they take him to the hospital, where they discover that he is in a.
They may not have been hilarious but they added to the plot nicely. The episode also acquired a 3. Let's try to lighten the mood from this dark story with jokes. Not even kill them in your own home. Instead, they believe Brenda is staying with Jeff out of blind love and decide to murder Jeff so he doesn't hurt her or anyone else anymore.
Quagmire, along with his neighbors, Peter and Joe, seek to relieve Brenda from her torment, and soon decide to murder him, in order to prevent her from being harmed any further. Finally Joe, Peter and Quagmire hand Brenda a fake note from Jeff to cover their tracks. What I saw was seriously awful. However, this proves to not work as she's going to marry Jeff because she's pregnant. His sister Brenda rushes to his hospital bed bringing abusive boyfriend Jeff with her. The episode follows neighbor 's sister, Brenda, as she struggles with at the hands of her boyfriend, and eventual fiancé, Jeff.