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If we had seen more of Stewie struggling to relate to his English family, the payoff would have likely been more rewarding.

Instead, we just get a few brief scenes of life being miserable for Stewie, and so he moves back with the Griffins. ), but it spends too much time getting to the main storyline, and fails to properly execute an admittedly strong concept. “Stewie, Chris & Brian’s Excellent Adventure” – Original Air Date: January 4, 2015 I don’t really have any particular issues with this one, but it didn’t seem quite as memorable as the other time travel episodes.

Of course, this wasn’t the case, as he was revived after just one episode without him.

While the conclusion may have been dissatisfying to fans who wanted to see the show do something truly daring, it’s worth noting that Brian’s death was handled quite well.

The best scene here is when Brian and Stewie revisit their experience with Ipecac bottle, except this time, they’re taking the vomit back in. Naturally, Brian saves the day just in time to stop Stewie from being unborn, and as we leave the hospital, there’s a rare genuinely sweet moment when Peter asks if Stewie is smart, or if he’s “like me.” Peter tends to be a jerk in the later years, but that one got to me a little bit. “Road To Germany” – Original Air Date: October 12, 2008 The first of the “Road To…” episodes to involve time travel, this episode sees Brian, Stewie, and Mort take on Nazis in World War II.

" This set Stewie on a roll and he gushed: "Oh my god am I about to introduce you to Taylor Swift?

"She's much more than a singer she's the queen, a goddess, a gazelle in a high wasted swimsuit." The episode was screened in the US during last night's season 12 episode.

Chris’s lack of intelligence has been mentioned over and over again, and every episode has the predictable conclusion where he ends up being smarter than we thought.

Still, there were some amusing bits with Stewie, Chris, and Brian traveling through various eras (particularly when Stewie mistakes Hitler for Charlie Chaplin), but even that felt like a lesser version of “Road To the Multiverse.” Not an awful episode, but nowhere near as enjoyable as many of the adventures that came before it. “Yug Yilmaf” – Original Air Date: November 11, 2012 This one was remarkably similar to “Back to The Pilot,” with previous episodes being re-visited, but it was clever enough that I wasn’t bothered too much by that.