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Family Guy - Iraq Lobster76. Iraq Lobster - Do you love "Rock Lobster" but wish there were more? Peter's got you covered. "Death to America / And butter sauce / Don't boil me / I'm still alive / Iraq lobster! / Iraq lobster!" | Episode #168: "Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q." (Season 10, Episode 3)

77. I Don't Want to Wait - Hey, we've all sung made-up lyrics before: "I don't want to wait / For my lunch to get colder / Da-da-da-da / Why can't I eat it now? / I don't want to wait / For, ha ha, new Toyota / I want the car / That's got a lot of gas." | Episode #74: "Peterotica" (Season 4, Episode 24)

78. Take Me Out to pLace Tonight - A back-handed love letter to every trendy club full of douchebags. That's right, little "p", big "L." | Episode #116: "Tales of a Third Grade Nothing" (Season 7, Episode 6)

79. Christmastime is Killing Us - This song is proof that Family Guy actually rocks with music (pun intended). It was nominated for a Primetime Emmy and a Grammy. | Episode #154: "Road to the North Pole" (Season 9, Episode 7)

80. Shipoopi - This beloved Broadway number gained a whole new life (as in millions of YouTube views in several versions) from Peter's showboating rendition on the football field. Now, it's as iconic for Family Guy as for The Music Man. | Episode #70: "Patriot Games" (Season 4, Episode 20)

81. Can't Touch Me - "I can write graffiti / Even jaywalk in the street / I can riot, loot, not give a hoot / And touch your sister's teat / Can't touch me!...Except for you. You can touch me." | Episode #25: "E. Peterbus Unum" (Season 2, Episode 18)

82. Dynasty Theme - "Bababababababah! / Come on, Brian, you know this! / Bababababababah! / It's the middle trumpet part. / Bababababababah! / It was a pretty big deal / For Diahann Carroll to play a rich black woman / In the eighties." | Episode #148: "And Then There Were Fewer" (Season 9, Episode 1)

83. Noble Indian Chief - Another hit from the crunchy, hippie, socially conscious band "Handful of Peter" about the ways of the Native Americans. They were so awesome, but now they're gone. "How could this have happened? How?" | Episode #73: "Deep Throats" (Season 4, Episode 23)

84. Never Gonna Give You Up - One of Family Guy's best Back to the Future parodies. Brian's rendition is great, just the mediocre, generic sound Rick Astley was looking for. | Episode #98: "Meet the Quagmires" (Season 5, Episode 18)

Peter and Cleveland - Axel F85. Axel F - When Peter goes back in time to get Lois back, he keeps getting distracted by Cleveland's offer to go out clubbing, always to this song (featured in Beverly Hills Cop), always at St. Elmo's Clam, and always rocking the Michael Jackson "Thriller" look. Oh, the 80s. | Episode #98: "Meet the Quagmires" (Season 5, Episode 18)

86. You and I Are So Awfully Different - Brian and Stewie's preferred method of distraction, a jaunty tune in which they jokingly insult each other. This song is similar to a song called "Nothing in Common," by Frank Sinatra and Keely Smith, although I don't think their version included the insult: "You have a weenie like a Christmas tree light..." | Episode #48: "Road to Europe" (Season 3, Episode 20)

87. The Rose - Isn't this everyone's go-to family driving song? | Episode #114: "Baby Not on Board" (Season 7, Episode 4)

88. Life of the Wife - An early Stewie-oriented version of "The Rain in Spain." It's no wonder that Family Guy does My Fair Lady references, since Seth MacFarlane has admitted that Stewie's voice is at least partially inspired by Rex Harrison. | Episode #32: "One If By Clam, Two If By Sea" (Season 3, Episode 4)

89. A Lot of Tubes - As Peter learned while rehearsing for the Quahog talent show, sometimes lyrical lightning doesn't strike right away: "They should make a tube that sends you right to work. / That would save a lot of gas... / but I guess there'd be a lot of tubes." | Episode #73: "Deep Throats" (Season 4, Episode 23)

Quahog - A Brand New Day90. A Brand New Day/Everybody Rejoice - The entire Quahog police department has been dispatched to Cartagena, Colombia? The coast is clear! | Episode #88: "Barely Legal" (Season 5, Episode 8)

91. Water - Stewie vows to do to Lois what douchebags did to the guitar, specifically college douchebags trying to get girls by playing shirtless under a tree on the quad: "My hair is growing / Growing all the time / Look how sensitive I am / 'Cause my voice is so fine / Every beer I've ever had is on a shelf above my bed / And sometimes, I put my speakers facing out my window." | Episode #102: "Stewie Kills Lois" (Season 6, Episode 4)

92. Terri Schiavo is Kind of Alive-O - Stewie playing the plug in Terri Schiavo: The Musical? I know it's a pre-school play, but couldn't they come up with something a little edgier? *Yawn. | Episode #140: "Peter-assment" (Season 8, Episode 14)

93. Bigoted Songs Medley - Ah, good, old-fashioned family racism (and homophobia). | Episode #133: "Jerome is the New Black" (Season 8, Episode 7)

94. Theme Song - The first sounds of this song have heralded the coming of great comedy for years. The theme is presented the same in almost every episode, with a few notable variations, including my favorite, the version in the episode "Whistle While Your Wife Works," in which Peter falls on and crushes one of the showgirls. | Episode #1: "Death Has a Shadow" (Season 1, Episode 1)

95. Fat Guys and Tubas - As the family looks for new jobs to put Chris through school, Stewie may just have found his true calling. | Episode #96: "No Chris Left Behind" (Season 5, Episode 16)

96. You Do - One of the most tempestuous relationships the entertainment industry has ever seen, the saga of Stewie and Olivia. | Episode #46: "From Method to Madness" (Season 3, Episode 18)

97. Piano Lesson - Based on the sequence from The Music Man, this song allows Lois to give Brian love advice. Brian obliges but can't continue after Lois' student leaves. Some things are just harder to talk about amelodically. | Episode #45: "Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows" (Season 3, Episode 17)

98. Gotta Give Up the Toad - Using the timeless tune of "You're the One That I Want" from Grease, Peter warns the high school students about the dangers of drugs: "Gotta give up the toad now / And don't smoke / Or you will see / It hurts to pee / There'll be blood gushing from ya / Every time that you cough / And forget getting lucky / It falls off." | Episode #21: "Let's Go to the Hop" (Season 2, Episode 14)

Herbert and Chris, Somewhere That's Green99. Somewhere That's Green - You can call Herbert what you will (pervert, pedophile, creeper), but deep down, all he wants is a storybook romance and a modest life in a cozy home, and Chris is Seymour to his Audrey. | Episode #66: "The Courtship of Stewie's Father" (Season 4, Episode 16)

100. G-Chord - Inspired by his newfound love for Susie Swanson, Stewie presents the perfect marriage of form and content, the quintessential connection of music and lyric, the profound articulation of the effect song has on human kind. Brian is not impressed. | Episode #117: "Ocean's Three and a Half" (Season 7, Episode 7)

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