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Lois Kills Stewie (2)
Season 6, Episode 6
Airdate November 11, 2007
Production Number 5ACX18
Written by Steve Callaghan
Directed by Greg Colton
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Lois Kills Stewie (2) is the sixth episode of the sixth season of Family Guy, and the one hundred fourth episode overall.

This episode marks the second of a two-part episode centering on Stewie's plan to kill Lois, which was thought to have been successful until after Peter is implicated for the murder, Lois reveals herself to be alive and she fingering Stewie as her would-be assailant. The second part focuses on Stewie following through with his ultimate goal of world domination, forcing Brian to serve as his lackey.

Starring: Seth MacFarlane (Peter Griffin/Brian Griffin/Stewie Griffin/Tom Tucker/Stan Smith), Alex Borstein (Lois Griffin), Seth Green (Chris Griffin), Mila Kunis (Meg Griffin), Mike Henry (Cleveland Brown)

Also Starring: Paula Abdul (Herself), Dave Boat (), Alex Breckenridge (), Simon Cowell (Himself), Mark Hentemann (), Randy Jackson (Himself), Phil LaMarr (Ollie Williams), Danny Smith (), Patrick Stewart (Avery Bullock), Alec Sulkin (), John Viener (), Patrick Warburton (Joe Swanson), Adam West (Mayor Adam West)


Plot Overview

Picking up where "Stewie Kills Lois" left off, Lois explains what had happened to her. After being shot and falling overboard, she awoke on a beach suffering from amnesia. She began a relationship with a man named Derek, but this doesn't last after she learns that he is a white supremacist; after one of Derek's cohorts throws a bottle at tolerance-preaching Lois, the blow restores her memory and she rushed back to Quahog, where - apparently upon learning that she had been declared dead and Peter was on trial in connection with her "slaying" - she reveals the truth. As she finishes her story, Stewie had apparently escaped the courtroom.

Joe begins a massive, yet unsuccessful manhunt for Stewie. But Stewie, as the Griffins will quickly realize, has been hiding out at home, pointing his machine gun at the family. Knowing that his crime and maliciousness are no longer a secret to the Griffins, Stewie ties his family up and viciously insults and bullies them. When Cleveland comes over for a visit, Stewie shoots him dead! So he can get away with this murder, he ties the family to chairs and forces Brian at gunpoint to drive him to the CIA Headquarters; Brian tells Stewie he will eventually be caught, but Stewie reminds him that he is in no position to argue.

Meanwhile, the Griffins break free and search Stewie's room for clues as to where Stewie is going, but stumble upon his secret arsenal of weapons and other devices instead. At the CIA Headquarters, Stewie hacks into the supercomputer and gaisn control of the Earth's power grid. Stan Smith and Avery Bullock (from "American Dad!") attempt to intervene but when Stewie demonstrates his powers, they give into his demands to become "President of the World." Stewie - who uses the White House as his home base - tells the world of his demands, coming up with such inane laws as banning direct-to-video Disney films and forcing Hillary Swank to use her breasts to supply the world's milk needs. Lois has enough and - realizing what she must do - arms herself with various weapons from Stewie's reserve, then (after telling Peter dinner is in the oven) vows to confront Stewie once and for all.

Just as a painter is finishing Stewie's official portrait (and Stewie is admiring it), Lois crashes through the Oval Office window and begins their brutal deathmatch. The battle is long and drawn out, filled with gunplay, knife-fighting, hand-to-hand combat and explosions. It appears Lois has won the battle, and when Stewie urges his mother to kill him, she gives in to her maternal instincts and realizes she can never kill her own baby. But Stewie turns the tables and wants to kill Lois. Just as he is about to pull the trigger (again), he is shot. As an astonished Stewie realizes he has been fatally wounded, the gunman is revealed to be ... Peter, who exclaims the random line, "It's just been revoked!" After Stewie falls unconscious, Lois asks Peter to explain, Peter says in confusion, "I'll have what she's having!" In the burning Oval Office, Peter and Lois stand over Stewie's mangled corpse and comfort each other silently and brokenheartedly over the death of their son.

The words "SIMULATION OVER" suddenly pop up on the screen. The events from the past two episodes were actually a computer simulation, as Stewie explains to Brian ... and they detailed what would happen if Stewie were to carry out his plan. Stewie says his plans to kill Lois and take over the world will have to wait - for now. He and Brian then discuss how someone who would "theoretically" watch all the events from the simulation would be upset to discover none of it was real, before the episode cuts Stewie off in mid-sentence as he is finishing his thought.


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