Blue Harvest - Wikipedia
"Death Lives" is the sixth episode of the third season of the animated comedy series Family Guy On their wedding anniversary, Peter is invited by Quagmire to play at It is then he meets Death again (for the first time since his debut), who tries to had asked Frampton to sing "Baby I Love Your Way" with different lyrics. "I Take Thee Quagmire" is the 21st episode of season four of Family Guy, originally broadcast March 12, on Fox. Peter wins free maid service for a week; he intentionally creates extra work for the maid, Joan. Quagmire meets her and instantly falls in love with her, leading him to . YouTube. uploaded July 6, "Meet the Quagmires", Next → "Movin' Out (Brian's Song)". Family Guy (season 6) · List of Family Guy episodes. "Blue Harvest" is the hour-long premiere of the sixth season of the American animated television series Family Guy and the first part of the series' trilogy Laugh It Up, Fuzzball. .. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version.
Check out any college's Media Studies department, go look at the Film and Television section of your local library, read the media critics in your local newspaper. These things are available all around you. If you think television articles can't be sourced, then you need to continue your schooling.
If you think television articles shouldn't be sourced then you need to contribute elsewhere as there is no place for you at the encyclopedia. Anyway, we're not here to set up a conflict or player-hatred, we're here for the article. And what's wiki for? If you are banning the cultural references of Family Guy, you are also banning all the trivia and cultural references of the Simpsons, American Dad, and so forth.
It would be a chaotic move. Please, just quit from the stairs to the left and give us our peaceful article back.
I Take Thee Quagmire - Wikipedia
This all comes down to one person's clear abuse of power and bullying other editors with this notion of kissing up to management's "preferences". That'd be fine if I swallowed his excuse people are "too busy" to handle every episode of FG with "Cultural References", if this "sturcture" was an insistent mandate, it'd be enforced as vigerously as other terms of editorial violation.
The fact it is not proves it's not a problem, indeed it's been the opposite. Until I see this happen beyond this episode alone, I don't buy this is what the admins want at all, and even if they do, there pretty lax about it. When this article is unlocked, the Cultural References are going back in. Put it to a vote if you want, it's for the better of the community, not the stuck-up elitist system who ruin things FOR their intended audience.
And what the hell is this? The information itself is not the issue. As for trivia, check out the rules: If you would please take the time to read and understand our policies and guidelinesyou would understand where I'm coming from.
If you don't like the policies, then try to change them. You can start that process by posting on the talk pages of the rules you would like to change. If you have an issue with my behavior or methodology, then please report me at WP: ANI or try any one of our dispute resolution outlets. As for other Family Guy articles looking like garbage, you're right, they need cleaning too.
Why is sourcing such an issue for you? Why do feel that citing sources is such a difficult thing to do? Seriously though, I'm not going anywhere, so get used to having your feet held to the fire when it comes to editorial standards, this is an encyclopedia after all, not the Family Guy wiki. No longer the "professional" you were last night, you are now resorting to commonplace thuggery. Spewing threats of harrasment simply because you get off on controlling the conduct of one article.
Seriously, you're untrustworthy, and self-contradictive. Leave this article before you humiliate yourself further, you've been reported. I have tried to assume good faith throughout this discussion; presenting my reasoning alongside wikilinks to the applicable policies and guidelines.
The unfortunate response from some has been abuse, vitriol, and hyperbole. This is just not acceptable behavior at Wikipedia. Never have I said "you don't like Wikipedia, leave". What I do believe is that if an editor is unwilling to follow the encyclopedia's long-standing editorial policies, they should not be editing the encyclopedia. As for the issue at hand, Wikipedia has editorial standards regarding, amongst other things, verifiabilitysourcesand original research.
You have to abide by policy, we all do. For, what I hope will be, the last time. The information itself cultural references, topical humour, cutaways, The problem is the way in which the information is being added.
You have to cite a source for your claims, this is not up for discussion, this is a core policy of the encyclopedia.
If you can't cite a source for your claim, then you can't put it in the article. Sources in episode articles was discussed and settled here back in Please read the policies and guidelines that I have referenced; you'll find that these issues are dealt with. If Family Guy does a parody of "Back to the Future" you have to have someone else make an article that says "Family guy did a parody of Back to the Future" before you can put it in an article?
ORand WP: There it is all explained for you. How to cite primary sources the episode itselfhow to cite secondary sources books and news stories about the episodeand why we don't like to cite tertiary sources encyclopedias, web forums, fansites. Please see the references section of this article where the "cite video" template has been used to list this episode as a source. Remember however, that a primary source can only be used for information about itself. That is to say, that the episode itself can only be a source for things that happen in the episode.
If you want to claim that the show's writers intended to parody or spoof another work, then, yes, you would need a secondary source A news story, or interview with the writers where they say they intended to parody or spoof that other work. This is one of the cornerstones of Wikipedia, Wikipedia is not a publisher of original thought. Wikipedia can not contain any claims or theories that have not already been published by a reliable 3rd party source.
This is not hard to overcome; the bookstore is packed with magazines that cover television, your local library has a section on film and television, your local university has a media studies dept. The cultural references are the heart of the articals. After I watch the episodes, I always like to wait a few days and get on and find out these things.
It's even beter when they spoof something I reconize sorry about the spelling but I can't remember the name. I knew what they were refrencing from watching I Love the 80's on VH1 yes, I trully have no life but I couldn't remember the name. When that happens, I want the cultural references section, no only there, but as bulletpoints with the reference and the point of when it happens so I can quickly get the info I want. Well, that's my argument.
Common knowledge does not need to be cited. Have you seen the episode in question? I don't see why this is an issue. As a side note, why is this article being singled out to enforce these Wikipedia "rules? Regardless of the rules, common practice on Wikipedia is to write the article as it was before the article was locked down.
He's so obviously in a minority consensus he has no legs to stand on Dr. Nobody agrees with the changes you've made. Family Guy isn't a good place to start a campaign for orthodoxy. Start on an article that nobody cares about; there are plenty of those. You know the drill guys - discuss duscuss and then discuss some more before you start making any more changes.
I've stayed away from the issue of cultural references Hope I haven't annoyed anyone. He started bodybuilding in the s, which is what the joke is about on the show.
As to why he's not mentioned on this page, I don't think anyone can agree on what to put on this page right now. Why isn't this the case anymore?
I'm a little confused. Thanks in advance —Preceding unsigned comment added by Season four part two is season five in the UK, any kind of delay means part of season five is season six or seven etc Reference[ edit ] The fact that Roger is in the end of the episode is probably a reference to the American Dad! Altering the past in such a way that Roger appears in the Family Guy universe instead of the American Dad! The plots are pretty much the same. The main character wants to go back in time.
The main character does go back in time. The main character goes screws up the past again, but to make the present almost normal again. The only diffrence is that it is with diffrent characters. Oh, they are the same universe. How could Stewie meet some AD! Can't place it, but it sounds like Kenny Loggins. I knew the scene they were parodying, but I just could not think if that was the song in the movie or another song entirely.
Lois' age[ edit ] I've reworded the Goof stating that Lois is two years younger than Peter. Can anyone identify an episode that stated this?
- I Take Thee Quagmire
- Talk:Meet the Quagmires
- Family Guy
Off the top of my head, I can't remember. Why make it worse? Is this a joke or misinformation?
Talk:Meet the Quagmires - Wikipedia
Grande13 Being gay is funny? Tasteless jokes about people's sexuallity are the norm. They aren't saying every gay person is to be mocked. It was written by Stock Aitken Waterman. None of whom is gay, as far as I'm aware.
You "rickroll" somebody by tricking them into viewing the Astley video, and that's kind of what the "song by a gay guy" comment accomplishes: Brian fakes you out by making you expect that he's going to sing a song by an actual gay guy, but instead he plays Astley's song.
That's about as close to a rickroll as you can get in a non-interactive medium like a TV show. As said above, "gay guy" was just a joke.
We weren't supposed to expect a known gay artist's song; the rickroll was that anyone catching the BTTF references was expecting Brian to start playing "Johnny B. Hey, here's an idea: Maybe it's just not a Rickroll. I know I saw "Meet the Quagmires" before I ever heard of the Rickroll, and I still thought the song was a funny choice. Didn't care for the "gay guy" joke? Point being, the humor works on its own, independent of Internet memes.
Perhaps it was written that way, as well. Are they mix up or does he say the same thing in both versions. This forum here is for discussing improvements to the article, not why your TV station will or will not run a certain joke. I hope I made sense. Can someone possibly discuss why that certain quote was blocked from my TV airing? Because anus and penis get used sometimes without adult swim times.
Perhaps if someone finds the reasons then we should mention it in the article. Basic cable is a little more lax. The attitude in America is that a suicide bomber is okay for parody, but anyone who died on September 11, is no laughing matter. If they aired this episode in Iran, they'd leave it in and remove the suicide bomber jokes. I notice the image page specifies that the image is being used under fair use but there is no explanation or rationale as to why its use in this Wikipedia article constitutes fair use.
In addition to the boilerplate fair use templateyou must also write out on the image description page a specific explanation or rationale for why using this image in each article is consistent with fair use.
Please go to the image description page and edit it to include a fair use rationale. He was rescued by the U. Navy ship on which Quagmire was serving. Peter enjoys a rousing musical number performed by Quagmire and his shipmates. Back ashore, Peter gets a ride with Cleveland back to Rhode Island.
Cleveland's vehicle is a van tricked out for seduction. Peter gets back to the Pewterschmidts' house, but is chased by a guard dog and ends up rolling into Carter's private sauna.
He explains he wants to marry Lois, and Carter offers Peter one million dollars to stay away from her. Peter tears up the check, declaring Lois "worthless".
Lois, who has heard and understood that he actually meant to say "priceless"comes in to thank Peter.
Death manages to score a date with Amy by talking to her outside of the shop.