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"A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas" is the 16th episode of the third season of the animated comedy series Family Guy, an episode produced for Season 2. It originally aired on Fox in the United States on December 21, 2001. The episode features the Griffin family, after father, Peter, accidentally gives all of his family's Christmas presents to charity. Unable to take them back, the family sets out to replace them on Christmas Eve, but are unable to do so. Meanwhile, the family dog, Brian, is left home alone, and is unable to put out a fire from the family's chimney, or oven, resulting in Peter's wife, Lois, finally being pushed over the edge and taking her anger out on the town's Christmas tree.
The episode was written by Danny Smith and directed by Brian Hogan, in his third episode, the first two being "Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington" and "Lethal Weapons". The episode features guest performances by KISS, Jennifer Tilly and Wally Wingert, along with several recurring guest voice actors for the series.
Lois encourages Stewie to star as the baby Jesus in a nativity scene during the Quahog Christmas pageant. Although Stewie initially resists, he eventually plays along in
"Blue Harvest" is the hour-long premiere of the sixth season of the Fox animated comedy series Family Guy and the first part of the series' trilogy Laugh It Up, Fuzzball. It originally aired on September 23, 2007. The episode is a retelling and parody of the 1977 blockbuster film, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, recasting the show's characters into Star Wars roles. The plot follows Peter as he retells the story of Star Wars while the electricity is out in their house.
It was written by Alec Sulkin and is directed by Dominic Polcino. To produce the episode the staff had to ask Lucasfilm, the company who owns the rights to the Star Wars franchise, for permission. It guest starred Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo, Mick Hucknall, Leslie Nielsen and Rush Limbaugh. Recurring voice actors Lori Alan, Adam West, Ralph Garman, Danny Smith, John Viener, Steve Callaghan, Kirker Butler, Mark Hentemann, Johnny Brennan, John Benjamin Phil LaMarr, Wally Wingert and episode writer Alec Sulkin. It received mixed to positive reviews from critics.
While the Griffins are watching television, the power goes out and they are left with no other form of entertainment. While they wait for the power to