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It's a Wonderful Day for Pie51. It's a Wonderful Day For Pie - Who says Family Guy isn't appropriate for children? This is just plain old, family-friendly, anti-Semitic, Disney-style fun. | Episode #127: "Road to the Multiverse" (Season 8, Episode 1)

52. Take On Me - One of those "What the f$@&?" moments that made Family Guy what it is today. It incorporates many signature FamGuy gag features: music, an '80s cultural reference, and an altered animation style. | Episode #59: "Breaking Out is Hard to Do" (Season 4, Episode 9)

53. Pure Inebriation - Pawtucket Pat is a true lyrical wordsmith: "Take a drink, and you'll sink / To a state of pure inebriation / You'll be tanked / Like the whole Irish nation! / When you drink enough of my beer / You will find this magic rule / Make your every joke a jewel / You'll drive drunker than Oksana Baiul! / Go on buds, drink my suds / 'Til you've reached that pure inebriation / Though the beer may be free / You're just renting it from meeeee." | Episode #27: "Wasted Talent" (Season 2, Episode 20)

54. A.N.N.A. Rules - Some things should not be revised, especially by Peter Griffin. Rodgers and Hammerstein were rolling in their graves on this one. | Episode #14: "The King is Dead" (Season 2, Episode 7)

55. Heart and Soul - One of the songs played by Stewie during the Amadeus parody. Best part: Peter as Salieri. Check out the clips to compare. (This song also appears in "Road to the Multiverse," where Brian and Stewie appear as notes on a staff while they sing it.) | Episode #97: "It Takes a Village Idiot, and I Married One" (Season 5, Episode 17)

56. I Want to Have Intercourse With You - If only there were a shorter word for intercourse... | Episode #54: "Don't Make Me Over" (Season 4, Episode 4)

57. Hic-a-doo-la - "It's cheering real loud for the home team. It's catching the perfect wave. It's obeying all the rules. NO WAY!!!" | Episode #28: "Fore Father" (Season 2, Episode 21)

58. My Fat Baby - It's great that Family Guy doesn't have to leave us wondering what it would be like if Stewie were a swamp-dwelling, banjo-playing hick. I never even knew I wanted to know that, but I did. | Episode #40: "To Love and Die in Dixie" (Season 3, Episode 12)

59. A Bag of Weed - One of Brian and Stewie's most persuasive song and dance numbers, second only to "That's Why Pot Is Bad." | Episode #122: "420" (Season 7, Episode 12)

Stewie - American Idol60. Lost In Your Eyes - Stewie's American Idol audition train wreck, followed by the quintessential defensive, baselessly confident ranting: "I don't even care. They don't know what they's talking 'bout. Next time they hear about me they's, they's gonna be like 'we was wrong 'bout Stewie.' Cuz, cuz I gonna be huge. I, I'm gonna be bigger than everyone of all y'all." | Episode #103: "Lois Kills Stewie" (Season 6, Episode 5)

61. Adam West - Sung about Adam West, by Adam West, to Adam West. Enough said. | Episode #69: "Brian Sings and Swings" (Season 4, Episode 19)

62. Handi-Quacks - Peter and Chris can't stand Meg's input on their new show. Without her, they end up with the gem that is Handi-Quacks and its eponymous theme song. Cut to: "And they never got their sodaaaaaaa!" | Episode #120: "FOX-y Lady" (Season 7, Episode 10)

63. Gonna Buy Me a Rainbow - The Griffins as The Partridge Family. And people actually like Meg? And she's hot? This has got to be some kind of parallel universe... | Episode #54: "Don't Make Me Over" (Season 4, Episode 4)

Road to Rhode Island64. Road to Rhode Island - Best part: all the alternative meanings for "Rhode Island bound." | Episode #20: "Road to Rhode Island" (Season 2, Episode 13)

65. Surfin' Bird - Oh, have you not heard? It was my understanding that everyone had heard. | Episode #112: "I Dream of Jesus" (Season 7, Episode 2)

66. I've Got James Woods - This song, celebrating Peter and James' magical first meeting and budding friendship (which would later go sour with creepy and hilarious results), is actually set to the tune of "You Too" from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. | Episode #61: "Peter's Got Woods" (Season 4, Episode 11)

67. Spirit of Massachusetts - Nothing like some Massachusetts pride, flash-mob style. | Episode #108: "Play It Again, Brian" (Season 6, Episode 10)

68. All I Really Want for Christmas - One of the best ensemble songs ever, featuring everyone's Christmas wish from Consuela's lemon Pledge to Jillian's colored Easter eggs to Herbert's little drummer boy (Nick Jonas). | Episode #154: "Road to the North Pole" (Season 9, Episode 7)

69. Vasectomy - The "You Have AIDS" guys are back for another uncomfortable announcement made sweeter with harmonies. This one comes complete with a comically long aside about infidelity, breasts, and sexual harassment. | Episode #72: "Sibling Rivalry" (Season 4, Episode 22)

70. My Drunken Irish Dad - "Oh, we Irish lads are all infirm / And our moods infect us like a germ / 'Cause we're all the spawn of a pickled sperm... (And we don't tan well, either) / From a Drunken Irish Dad!" | Episode #90: "Peter's Two Dads" (Season 5, Episode 10)

71. Down's Syndrome Girl - As a throwback to old musical films starring the likes of Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire, this song has a somewhat controversial twist... | Episode #138: "Extra Large Medium" (Season 8, Episode 12)

Steak and Eggs72. Steak and Eggs - Phineas and Barnaby know the perfect breakfast to start off a bully day of riding high-wheeled bicycles, doing squat thrusts, and lifting huge, triangular, iron weights. | Episode #93: "Bill and Peter's Bogus Journey" (Season 5, Episode 13)

73. It's Raining Luggage - From the same heart-warming nursery rhyme catalog that holds the Black Plague-themed Ring Around the Rosie, comes It's Raining Luggage, based on the Lockerbie bombings of 1988: "It's raining luggage and babies and limbs and Daddy doesn't come home!" | Episode #139: "Go, Stewie, Go!" (Season 8, Episode 13)

74. Hymn 387 - Featured as a bonus scene on the DVD of this episode, Lois kicks off her new gig as church organist with this favorite hymn: "God you are so cool / Although sometimes it's like 'What's the deal?' / You never answer your cell phone / And your messages are often ambiguous / Amen" | Episode #95: "Boys Do Cry" (Season 5, Episode 15)

75. Prom Night Dumpster Baby - "...And I'm takin' a stroll..." | Episode #92: "Airport '07" (Season 5, Episode 12)

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