Just like last week, the subplot was completely pointless and not worth existing in spite of it having two of my favorite jokes of the episode. But it also made me think about the people who save things celebrities have touched just because a celebrity had touched it. Rule 4 - Tag all spoilers Please do not include spoilers in the title of your posts, be as vague as possible. This is a reversal of last week since this time I thought this episode had better jokes, while last week's had a better main plot. I know it's nothing new to do a story around Rupert we even get an ice landscape setting again, plus Brian violated Rupert in another episode as well by humping him , but I still like the idea of Brian being so frustrated with Rupert taking up all of Stewie's time to the point where he feels left out.
Brian follows at a distance They fight, Stewie falls. Brian proved to Stewie that he is his best friend. Either way, this episode was decent. In addition, this episode was commercial-free so that Fox could promote the 2018. She then moved to to pursue writing. Stewie and the new dog change the past so that brain never died. It was the episode Total Recall which was better.
A lot of the scenes made it seem like the writers were reaching for a gratuitous death. Brian knew he was in the wrong, and while he tried to make excuses for what he did, he tried to make amends almost immediately; like any dog would, I guess. And I found myself laughing at this much more than this week's Simpsons episode. It's worked less for me over the years as the characters have become less sympathetic, but they pulled it off decently here. His best friend killing his other best friend was a raw deal. The executive producers for the sixteenth production season are , , , , , and.
I liked that Brian decided to follow Stewie to Vermont. Rule 10 - Posts must be flaired We ask that you flair your post based on these criteria: FanTheory - A theory regarding past or present works. Out of all of the pop culture icons that Peter has met over the years, Booberry is not a high-profile reason to sacrifice bodily hygiene. I also wondered if maybe there'd be a fakeout at the end with a different toy, but I figured it would be a new Rupert to maintain the status quo. Chris fitting the dress on Brian Vultures fist-bumping Some of Rupert's nicknames for Brian.
Note: This episode premiered on Fox without commercial interruption due to a sponsorship agreement with for their game, , which was the sole advertiser at the end of this episode. Probably not, in fact, there was nothing that deep or original about this particular episode. During law school, she spent her summers working at law firms and her winter breaks waiting tables at her parents' restaurant. Despite that move, it didn't take long for Brian to get back into Stewie's good graces. As he dies, the doctor picks up the photo of himself with his husband and recites lines from. Trejo appears in a live-action cutaway to say thanks for the compliment. The ending also mirrored the fact that Brian was resurrected a few episodes later.
Meanwhile, Peter meets his favorite cereal mascot, Boo Berry, and refuses to wash his right hand after shaking it with him. It was decent, just nothing spectacular. Peter's hand going full Genesis Tub was actually pretty funny. And while I get what they were going for with Brian finding another Rupert for Stewie, I did find that return to the status quo to be a bit of a copout that slightly cheapened the episode. You can't have one without the other.
For some reason it reminded me of an episode of that I can't remember the name of now. Brian, in the end, finds Stewie a new Rupert, and the three are all closed for it. There's some very cinematic imagery as well, almost like the episode plays out like a little mini-movie. Nevertheless, it's short and to the point, which is what a subplot should be. So overall, I'd give the 300th episode a 2.
As of season sixteen, the series' first-run cable syndication rights switched from and , who had premiered the first fifteen seasons, over to -owned and , who will continue to premiere new episodes on cable with the coming seasons. Out of all the monster cereals, I would probably have to agree that Boo Berry is the best. I hope that after 300 episodes that the writers are not running low on references, as they do tend to cram as many in as they can. Boo Berry asks if he's the guy that's been threatening him on Facebook. Being a basketball fan, I enjoyed the Dikembe Mutombo gag. And despite what Brian did to Stewie's teddybear, he's actually likable. I loved that Lois is in a group chat with the guys, and their plan to get Peter to wash his hand was brilliant.
We've come so far we're at the 300th episode, folks. That's why it was so difficult for Stewie to come to terms with Brian having destroyed Rupert. The episodes largely focuses on voiced by creator about his major secrets, accompanied by a voiced by guest star. That said, the ending was nice, cop-out though it may have been. Despite all those flaws, this is a very good episode.
Confirmed - Theories which have turned out to be right but must be back up with supporting external evidence. Later on, Peter comes to realize he does not have the strength to do the physical activities that Stryker wants to do. The episode ends with Brian helping Stewie spread Ruperts ashes. Peter plot was stupid but I dug that they weren't overly gross with it and it didn't take up too much of the episode. Luckily, he realizes this later. Stewie should just move on.