“Stewie Kills Lois, Part 1” (Season 6, Episode 4): After Peter goes to trial and is convicted of murder, the camera flashes to the main characters as they all exclaim, “Oh, no!” Then the Kool-Aid Man breaks through the wall of the courtroom shouting, “Oh, yeah!” No one is sure why he is there, and the juice giant awkwardly retreats back through the wall. Click here to see video.

“Wasted Talent” (Season 2, Episode 20): One of Family Guy’s greatest traits is its ability to draw out a joke, going from funny to a “huh?” moment and back to funny again. Besides Peter’s notorious fights with The Chicken, this scene from “Wasted Talent” takes the cake. After finding the last scroll, Peter runs back to his house, but before he gets there, he trips and lands on his knee. For a good 30 seconds, Peter clutches his knee saying “ssss ahhh” over and over again. Pure gold. Click here to see video.

“Da Boom” (Season 2, Episode 3): “Da Boom” is the post-apocalyptic episode of Family Guy. After the complete destruction of Quahog at the hands of Y2K, the family goes in search of food – actually, in hopes of finding a Twinkie factory. They happen upon an “oasis," in this case an old man with a prolific Apple Tree in his backyard. But under this Apple Tree, lurks Randy Newman at a piano. Click here to see video.

“Patriot Games” (Season 4, Episode 20): Peter scores a touchdown for the New England Patriots, and immediately starts singing “Shipoopi” from the Broadway musical, The Music Man, while the rest of the team stares blankly. Yet the crowd, the cheerleaders and the marching band all flow with it. Click here to see video.

“The Thin White Line” (Season 3, Episode 1): The Greased Up Deaf Guy is a recurring Family Guy character, having made his debut at the Happy-Go-Lucky Toy Factory company picnic. At the picnic, one contest is to catch the Greased Up Deaf Guy after he is released from his cage. The game happens to be one of Peter’s favorites. Click here to see video.

“Brian the Bachelor” (Season 4, Episode 7): In this hilarious clip, Stewie pokes fun at Brian, asking how “that novel [he]’s been working on” is going. His voice becomes progressively higher in a mocking tone. As the stupid questions intensify and become increasingly higher-pitched, laughter abounds. Click here to see video.

The 6 Most Bizarre Family Guy Moments

Here's a look at six of the most bizarre moments on "Family Guy."

“Stewie Kills Lois, Part 1” (Season 6, Episode 4): After Peter goes to trial and is convicted of murder, the camera flashes to the main characters as they all exclaim, “Oh, no!” Then the Kool-Aid Man breaks through the wall of the courtroom shouting, “Oh, yeah!” No one is sure why he is there, and the juice giant awkwardly retreats back through the wall. Click here to see video.

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