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1. Will Smith Nice Clean Rap - Hip-hop's hardest gangsta: "Whoo! Ha-ha! I respect women when I'm on a date / I take 'em to the park or maybe a museum / And I only try to kiss 'em if they're ready / Whoo-hoo! What, what, what?" | Episode #106: "McStroke" (Season 6, Episode 8)

Vern and Johnny2. Fatty's in a Little Jam - Love 'em or hate 'em, Vern and Johnny are true showmen; they know the show must go on: "Fatty's in a...Oh, now, how the whiz-bang does the rest of it go? Quick! Make something up!" | Episode #68: "The Father, the Son, and the Holy Fonz" (Season 4, Episode 18)

3. And Then There's Maude - Lady Godiva, Joan of Arc, Madame Curie, Clara Barton, Susan B. Anthony, Pocahontas, Indira Gandhi, Babe Zaharias, Amelia Earhart, Cleopatra..."And then there's Maude! Come on!" | Episode #94: "No Meals on Wheels" (Season 5, Episode 14)

4. Sixteen Going on Seventeen - Poor Meg. Child neglect has never been so funny: "How old is she?" "I don't know; I thought you were keeping track of that..." Cut to: "You are huh-huh...Going on huh-huh...Fellows will fall in line!" | Episode #90: "Peter's Two Dads" (Season 5, Episode 10)

5. He's Quagmire - Good old Quagmire's classic theme song recurs with new lyrics and scenes, and on one forgetful day (in Season 10, Episode 17: "Forget-Me-Not") as "He's Shirt Pants." | Episode #59: "Breaking Out is Hard to Do" (Season 4, Episode 9)

6. Ding! Fries Are Done - Different versions of this clip on YouTube have gotten well over a million views. Let's add to them. | Episode #73: "Deep Throats" (Season 4, Episode 23)

7. This House is Freakin' Sweet - A parody of "I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here" from the Broadway musical Annie, but with slightly more adult lyrics: "Now that you're stinking rich / We'll gladly be your bitch!" | Episode #8: "Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater" (Season 2, Episode 1)

8. The Longest Time - A bunch of Neanderthals discover singing for the first time. Evolution? Divine inspiration? Either way, this proves that Billy Joel has AT LEAST as much talent as cavemen. | Episode #67: "The Fat Guy Strangler" (Season 4, Episode 17)

Peanut Butter Jelly Time9. Peanut Butter Jelly Time - Feelin' Down? "Peanut Butter Jelly with a Baseball Bat!" You're welcome. | Episode #66: "The Courtship of Stewie's Father" (Season 4, Episode 16)

10. Me and Jesus - Peter's new buddy is a "simply Christ-eriffic dude." | Episode #112: "I Dream of Jesus" (Season 7, Episode 2)

11. Rocket Man - Stewie + Shatner = ? | Episode #33: "And the Weiner Is..." (Season 3, Episode 5)

12. Going Up the Stairs - Big-time rapper M.C. Escher's new joint: "Going up the stairs / And going down the stairs / And going up the stairs / And going down the stairs / And going up the sideways stairs." | Episode #94: "No Meals on Wheels" (Season 5, Episode 14)

13. Peter's Playhouse - "Mecca-Lecca-Hi, Mecca-Hiney-God, I hate you so much." - Brian (as Jambi) | Episode #42: "Peter Griffin: Husband, Father...Brother?" (Season 3, Episode 14)

Handful of Peter14. (In God's Eyes) Everybody's Hot - This is one of many gems created by Peter and Lois' folk duo, "Handful of Peter." Unfortunately, this one only existed in a dream, since during this sequence they were actually rolling around and yelling unintelligible babble in a drug-induced stupor. | Episode #73: "Deep Throats" (Season 4, Episode 23)

15. Mr. Booze - Best part--Bruce: "One time I took a library book out and I fells asleep reading it and I left it under the bed. I forgot about it for three and a half years. I was gonna take it back on Amnesty Day, but on Amnesty Day I had a sip of Rosé wine and I never made it out of the house." | Episode #157: "Friends of Peter G" (Season 9, Episode 10)

16. Vagina Junction - What's your function? "Takin' in sperm and spittin' out babies!" | Episode #17: "Running Mates" (Season 2, Episode 10)

17. I've Got a Little List - It would probably be easier for Stewie to make a list of people he can tolerate. | Episode #103: "Lois Kills Stewie" (Season 6, Episode 5)

18. Criminal - What happens in Joe's garage stays in Joe's garage. | Episode #174: "Grumpy Old Man" (Season 10, Episode 9)

19. You've Got a Lot to See - Brian proves to be just what Pearl needs, and she enjoys his recap of what she has missed in the 30 years she has been locked up in her home right up until she gets hit by a car. Womp womp. | Episode #45: "Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows" (Season 3, Episode 17)

20. Peter is Slow - Based on "The Telephone Hour" from the Broadway musical Bye Bye Birdie, this number was cut from the broadcast version of the episode because of its refrain of "He's retarded." | Episode #56: "Petarded" (Season 4, Episode 6)

21. There's a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea - Stewie really knows how to relate to the elderly: "I think there's something else down there in the bottom of the sea. Something you'll be able to relate to... Oh, there's a tube in the throat of the elderly man in the hospital bed on the frog in the log in the hole of the bottom of the sea..." | Episode #85: "Whistle While Your Wife Works" (Season 5, Episode 5)

Dressed Like a Cat22. I'm Dressed Like a Cat - This is a great pairing, except for the disparity in singing talent. Peter actually has a really good voice. | Episode #68: "The Father, the Son, and the Holy Fonz" (Season 4, Episode 18)

23. Good Morning, USA - American Dad fans rejoice as Family Guy acknowledges the resemblance between Joe Swanson and Stan Smith. | Episode #164: "Foreign Affairs" (Season 9, Episode 17)

24. The Worry Song - Cheers to Family Guy for making Gene Kelly cool again. In the original, he dances with Jerry of Tom and Jerry, and his reflection can still be seen in the floor. | Episode #89: "Road to Rupert" (Season 5, Episode 9)

25. Rock and Roll All Nite - Who doesn't know at least the chorus to this song? You'd think Lois would have picked something up during her sordid past with Gene Simmons and the KISS boys... | Episode #48: "Road to Europe" (Season 3, Episode 20)


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