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Subject:  Re: Poll: Favorite Hostess Guilty Pleasure? Date:  11/16/2012  5:28 PM
Author:  TMFHockeypop Number:  12372 of 21139

Family Guy episode originally filmed in 1999 from Wikopedia:

On December 31, 1999, a man in a chicken suit asks Peter if he wants a coupon, but Peter refuses, recalling his own time that he got a bad coupon from Ernie the Giant Chicken and started a fistfight that caused causalities in many places of Quahog. After when Peter refuses for a coupon, the man warns Peter that the world will end because of Y2K.

Peter locks his family up in their basement, despite his family's protests to attend a local New Years party. While the Griffin family spends the next few minutes inside their basement wearing hazmat suits, a nuclear holocaust occurs at midnight because of Y2K, destroying much of the world and mutating, injuring, or killing many of the surviving citizens of Quahog, however, the Griffins remain free from mutations.

As the family look for survivors, they soon discover that Joe has been melted into his driveway, his son Kevin has been vaporized, while Quagmire and Cleveland have fused together and are now called "Clevemire"; with the former wishing to be called "Quagland", and Tom Tucker and Diane Simmons have eaten Tricia Takanawa. Starving for food, Peter immediately eats all the dehydrated meals, without adding water. Becoming hungry, Peter recalls that the snackfood Twinkies are the only food that can survive a nuclear holocaust.

Desperate, the family travels to Natick, Massachusetts, in hopes that the Twinkie factory has survived. On the way, Stewie is exposed to nuclear waste and soon mutates into an octopus-like creature. Upon their arrival at Natick, they discover the factory is still standing, and in perfect condition. Expecting to be able to live off of the snackfood, they decide to establish a town, dubbed New Quahog.


Bob
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