This November 4, we Family Guy fans are looking forward to the 100th episode of Family Guy titled Stewie Kills Lois. I’ve gathered some linkage from the far corners of the webernets all about the 100th episode…so here we go!
Promotion of Stewie Kills Lois:
To promote the episode, titled “Stewie Kills Lois,” FOX is going to have black hearses drive around New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago, handing out flyers and candles promoting the episode. The promotion starts this Friday.
Fox will use hearses to drive a street stunt to promote its 100th episode of Family Guy, in which baby Stewie kills his mother, Lois. (Note: This is no spoiler alert. The episode title is “Stewie Kills Lois”)
Beginning Nov. 2, the vintage black vehicles will leisurely roll down the streets of New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, stopping to hand out tune-in fliers for the matricide-centric episode airing on Nov. 4, along with Lois-commemorating candles.
Agency a.d.d. Marketing and Advertising, Los Angeles, created the campaign.
At this time, it is unknown whether a.d.d. will do a repeat performance of the hearse stunt for Family Guy. The second installment of the two-part episode is titled “Lois Kills Stewie.”
General Stewie Kills Lois Information
When Family Guy debuted in 1999, it had a significant impact on the animation landscape with its provocative humor, outrageous cutaway gags and “anything goes” mindset. Since then the series has taken us on an astonishing ride to the TV graveyard and back and now a mere 8 years later, we’re here to celebrate what was once unimaginable…100 episodes! The show’s break-out star, Stewie Griffin is a matricidal infant so it’s only fitting that he reaches his “lifelong” mission in this milestone episode titled “Stewie Kills Lois” airing Sunday, Nov. 4 (9:00-9:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX. source
Stewie Kills Lois Video Clips
Stewie Kills Lois – Stewie Quotes that Maybe Make This Whole Thing A Little Obvious
Lois: Here Stewie, I made your favorite pancakes.
Stewie: Thank you Lois, when I rule the world, your death shall come quick and painless.
Psychiatrist: Does Stewie have a history of violence?
Lois: Oh no, this is Stewie’s first violent act.
Stewie: Actually, my first violent act involved that ticking time bomb that I left in your uterus when I left. Happy 50th Birthday, Lois.
Stewie: “There’s always been a lot of tension between Lois and me, and it’s not so much that I want to kill her, it’s just, I want her not to be alive anymore.”
Stewie: “Easy! Massage the scalp. You’re washing a baby’s hair, not scrubbing vomit off your Christmas dress, you holiday drunk.”
Stewie: “Am I to spend the entire day wallowing around in my own feces? A little service here!”
Stewie: “Damn you, vile woman! You’ve impeded my work since the day I escaped from your wretched womb. Very well then. Mark my words. When you least expect it, your uppance will come!”