where can i find the song in the opening credits of the family guy MOVIE?
What about Peter's Christmas songs?!
Those are some of the best songs in Family Guy ever! Remember, "Look at the bells, look at the bells, holy crap there comes Jesus and he doesn't look too happy!" "I brought these gifts for you, they're up in my bum"??
What about his song to Quagmire?
I don't think is there.
How can i add it?
Yes, by all means. It is a legitimate part of an episode. here's a jump start - Just click on that empty link and you will get a fresh page to work with. --Buckimion 22:41, 18 June 2009 (UTC)
So does that mean a yes to "Some Like It Hot" "Take It on the Run", and "Elvira"?--Jack's Posse Fic 20:40, January 8, 2011 (UTC)
Yeah...open season. --Buckimion 20:43, January 8, 2011 (UTC)
So "Take It on The Run" needs to be restored...--Jack's Posse Fic 20:45, January 8, 2011 (UTC)
Which episode/ song is it when peter is at the conference table and every gesture he makes lines up with the trumpets song?
It's a deleted scene from "Business Guy" called "Errand Boy" which was a tribute to a similar number in the Jerry Lewis movie The Errand Boy. The clip was shown in the musical part of "Brian & Stewie". The music being played is "Blues in Hoss' Flat" by Count Basie and His Orchestra. Be advised this does not count as a musical number because the tune is not SUNG by the cast. (No instrumentals) --Buckimion 16:44, June 10, 2011 (UTC)
I can't find the song I was looking for
I'm looking for the song where the they'r singing about being a really smooth guy, I know it's an older one, I only remember one part where there's this guy on the operating table and his cellphone goes off during surgery and the surgeon goes he must be a realy smooth guy, or something like that. It's a song that say's the whole point of life is to look important, or popular.
In what episode a Russian guy was singing in drunk clam?
Why is this category using the same one that leads to this page? Shouldn't it at least be categorized under "Category:Family Guy" or something rather than using itself as a category? EmilyHReturns (talk) 17:07, June 10, 2020 (UTC)