Peter unwittingly alerts the Nazis to Anne Frank’s family hideout. The reason: The Gestapo overhears Peter eating crunchy potato chips, which he refuses to stop eating. Fox hasn't allowed this clip to permeate the Web (in English, at least); however, it can be found in German:
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In a flashback, Peter reminisces about his talent for giving people bad news. In this clip, he and his barbershop quintet dance their way into a hospital room to inform a patient that he is in fact, irrefutably, dying of AIDS. In this hum-mable refrain, “Be sure that you see / that this is not HIV, /but full blown AIDS!” It’s not hard to see why some AIDS groups were troubled by this ditty.
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In this homage to Goodfellas, baby Stewie viciously beats Bryan the dog for failing to pay him back the money he owes him. The over-the-top fight scene includes: Stewie breaking a glass over Bryan’s face, assault with a towel rod, toilet seat, and putter, a push down the stairs, two gunshots to the knees, and immolation by flame-thrower. Finally, after two minutes of shameless abuse, Bryan utters one of the best lines of the season.
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Herbert, the Griffins’s elderly neighbor, has a penchant for expressing his feelings about Chris Griffin. And, in true Family Guy fashion, Herbert’s pedophilia is lovingly accepted as merely a quirk from a friendly old man. But this clip takes it much, much further. Herbert envisions a life as Chris’s doting bride, complete with kids, a dog, and a two-car garage, all while singing “Somewhere That’s Green” (from the musical “Little Shop of Horrors”).
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In this cutaway gag, a baby is left in a dumpster, by its teenage mother, outside the local prom. As soon as the mother returns to the prom, the baby emerges from the dumpster supported by seven backup baby-singers. They launch into a Big Band-Sinatra-type song that could rattle the consciences of Jamie Lynn Spearses the world over. These umbilical chord-swinging babies will go down in history as one of the more offensive, and hilarious, Family Guy moments.
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A recent episode featured Stewie, Brian, and the nebbish Mort Goldman in a time travel debacle, ending up in 1939 Berlin. While searching for uranium (to power their return journey), they seduce three German soldiers and steal their uniforms in order to better fit in wardrobe-wise. Stewie, upon a close inspection of his jacket’s lapel, notices something strange: a “McCain/Palin” button.
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In this flashback, Peter will not let his gaseous powers be outdone by the equally gassy Michael Moore. The clip ends up being a hilarious homage to “Deliverance,” as the two flatulent men end up performing “Dueling Banjos” without using their hands -- or banjos.
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Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane never misses an opportunity to write a show-stopper that perfectly encapsulates the show’s off-the-wall zaniness. This tune is about how the FCC rejects risqué content, and ends up rejecting all sorts of hilarious content as well. The song is a priceless send-up of the Puritanical standards of the FCC, not to mention a toe-tapping tune that would even make Irving Berlin blush.
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During an episode where Peter Griffin’s newly-opened restaurant becomes a regular hangout for his handicapped neighbor Joe and his wheelchair-bound friends, Peter ends up putting his foot down. He doesn’t want the restaurant turning into a handicapped-only establishment. In explaining this sentiment to Joe, Peter manages to offend Native Americans, homosexuals, and just about everyone watching.
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From the episode “When You Wish Upon A Weinstein,” this clip shows Peter lamenting his lack of financial know-how through song. “I Need a Jew” features just about every anti-Semitic stereotype imaginable. This entire episode was actually so offensive that Fox refused to air the show and shelved it for two years, only to see it run on Cartoon Network a year after Family Guy went into syndication in 2002.
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The 10 Most Controversial Family Guy Moments

There's a reason that Family Guy has been canceled twice by Fox — it is one of the most controversial shows on television. BUT, there's also a reason that it has been resurrected twice — because it's also "freakin' hilarious". So here are the ten most controversial — and entertaining — moments in Family Guy history.

Peter unwittingly alerts the Nazis to Anne Frank’s family hideout. The reason: The Gestapo overhears Peter eating crunchy potato chips, which he refuses to stop eating. Fox hasn't allowed this clip to permeate the Web (in English, at least); however, it can be found in German:
Click here to see it.

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