Sixteen Going on Seventeen
From the episode: Peter's Two Dads
Singers: Lois Griffin
Voices: Alex Borstein

"Sixteen Going on Seventeen" is a show tune from the 1959 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The Sound of Music and the 1965 film of the same name. In both, the song is about Liesl, portrayed by Charmian Carr, and sung by her and Maria von Trapp, played by Julie Andrews.

In "Peter's Two Dads", Lois Griffin sings the song at her daughter Meg's 16th birthday, clueless as to how old Meg is. Trying to get her to say how old she is, Lois purposely fumbles through her rendition.

Shortly before being sent to straight camp, a gay gene-influenced Peter is seen listening to the song in "Family Gay".


Lois: You are huh huh

Going on huh huh

Fellas will fall in line...

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