Sibling Rivalry (Family Guy)

Sibling Rivalry (Family Guy)

] The producers of both "Family Guy" and the "Ice Age" series agreed to collaborate in the episode during its reference to Scrat from the "Ice Age" series.

There was discussion among the producers of the series regarding whether Bertram should be included in the storyline, as he had not appeared in any episodes for several years. An un-used scene was intended for broadcasting which showed Stewie, while reading "Where's Waldo?", saying to Brian "Oh, turn to the next page - I bet they put him in someone's utility pocket," but it was never used as it wasn't deemed funny enough for the episode. Originally, Peter singing "Milkshake" to inmates at a prison was going to be naked and push his nipples from underneath, but broadcasting standards objected; as a result, the show broadcasting Peter wearing underpants and pushing his nipples from the side. When Peter and Lois are in the restaurant and Peter leaves to 'warn the chef of Lois' arrival,' Lois was intended to say "If he won't put something in me, I will," but the gag was never broadcast.

The unsafe homeless man with whom Peter was seen leaving a youth-baseball team in Stewie's flashback was originally based on John Wayne Gacy, but people claimed he didn't look scary enough, so Povenmire changed the character completely to that of a homeless-man. The idea of Stewie and Bertram laughing as they go down the slide during their sword fight was pitched by Povenmire's wife, and, although negative about the idea at first, Povenmire included it in the episode due to the original sketch not going so well. During Peter and Lois' 'fat sex,' Peter repeatedly states "almost done, almost done;" originally, there was going to be approximately twice as many of these, but they were never included in the episode. The DVD-version of the episode shows Peter arriving at the Sperm bank, and saying to the receptionist "I have an appointment to banish a White Russian from my Kremlin," to which she replies with "This is a sperm bank, you don't have to use innuendo," and Peter concludes the conversation with "Where do I splooge?"

Cultural references

When in the children's park, Stewie quotes "Did ya get me my Cheez Whiz, boy" and a man throws one to him, this is a reference to The Blues Brothers. Stewie and Brian attempting to find diversity in an Abercrombie and Fitch catalogue is a reference to the children's books series "Where's Waldo?". An "Ice Age" is made when Scrat, a character from the films attempts to steal Peter's nuts.

Reception

In a review of the episode, Bob Sassone of TV Squad noted "If there's one reason I'm glad I watched tonight's episode it's because I learned exactly how a vasectomy is done," adding that "Peter is going to have a vasectomy, so he decides to freeze his sperm before he does it. This leads to a hysterical, yet truly gross, scene where Peter knocks over an entire shelf of sperm samples, and has to refill them, um, himself."cite web|last=Sasson|first=Bob|url=http://www.tvsquad.com/2006/03/26/family-guy-sibling-rivalry/|title=Family Guy: Sibling Rivalry|accessdate=2008-05-23|publisher=TV Squad] Geoffrey D. Roberts of Real Talk Reviews reviewed the episode negatively, writing "Also, many viewers will probably be disappointed with an episode about sibling rivalry between Stewie and newfound half-brother Bertram. Both share the same goal – to rule the Universe. With Bertram nothing more than a whinier version of his half-brother, it turns out one Stewie Griffin is more than enough."cite web|last=Roberts|first=Geoffrey D|url=http://www.reeltalkreviews.com/browse/viewitem.asp?type=review&id=1946|title=All in the Family |accessdate=2008-06-19|publisher=Real Talk Reviews.com]

References

External links

* [http://www.tv.com/family-guy/sibling-rivalry/episode/546599/summary.html "Sibling Rivalry"] at TV.com
* [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0760673/ "Sibling Rivalry"] at the Internet Movie Database
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