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8.13 Go, Stewie, Go!

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  • TV Version
  • DVD Version
Release: Oct 06, 2011 - Author: Muck47 - Translator: Mr Miau - external link: IMDB - more from this series
Compared are the TV Version and the uncensored DVD Version (DVD Version represented by the UK release "Season 10").

- 11 differences, among them three with alternate footage and one recut
- Difference: 101.6 sec



As usual, almost any newer episode of Family Guy has been released as uncensored and extended version on DVD. The latest season 10 has just started to air in the US (September 2011) but the last episode released on DVD is episode "8.08". It's available on "Volume 8" and was released in June 2010. Since then, no further box has been released or even announced so far for some reason. But the English people know what they're doing. While the UK counterpart was always released a couple of months after the box set in the US (the UK Season 9 equal to the US Vol. 8 was released 5 months later), the next UK box is already available. "Season 10" contains the episodes "8.09" until "8.19", the episode Partial Terms of Endearment, which got banned from TV in the US, plus the first 3 episodes of season 9 and it was released in May 2011.

The fifth episode in the box, 8x13 ("Go, Stewie, Go!"), features mostly small plot additions resp. a few phrases, which were removed to tighten the episode. However, there are also two longer scenes which were removed due to the sexual themes. Together with the first one of these, a recut was done and a whole sequence (Stewie hears about the Jolly Farm casting) can be seen earlier on the DVD.
Alternative Footage / Recut
00:30-00:33

The DVD version shows the scene in which Stewie watches Jolly Farm on TV and reads about the American version in the newspaper.
(no pictures)

The TV version, however, shows Lois arriving with the car instead of the "normal" view of the house.

DVD version 64,4 sec longer

TV VersionDVD Version




00:55

Chris also comments on Meg's alleged boyfriend: "Meg, I think everyone in this household has grown weary of your tall tales."

4,2 sec




01:18-02:20

Here, the TV version shows Stewie and Jolly Farm.

+ 61,6 sec




02:20

The DVD version features a further scene with Stewie practising with Brian for the Jolly Farm audition and showing him some nude pictures of himself.

Stewie: "Brian, which photo should I bring to my audition?"
Brian: "What audition?"
Stewie: "Why, for the American Jolly Farm. Now, which picture? Playful, or more playful?"
He shows him two pictures, in the second one he is half naked and poses.
Brian: "Who the fuck took these?"
Stewie: "The professional photographer. Now help me rehearse the audition scene."
He reads: "'Would you like to go the farm and learn about the animals?'"
Brian: "'I don't wanna go to the farm. We don't know anybody there.'"
Stewie: "You have to give Mary some attitude. Look, you do my line and I'll show you."
Brian: "Huh. 'Mary, would you like to...?'"
Stewie: "Without the sigh in front of it."
Brian: "'Would you like to go the farm and learn about the animals?'"
Stewie: "'I don't want to go to the farm. We don't even know anybody there.' You see, she's a real spitfire, this girl. You've gotta bring that out or I'll have nothing to react to."
Brian watches more pictures (the viewer does not see them) and is shocked: "Oh, my God."
Stewie: "Please, don't show Mom. He told me that's what a headshot was."

42,3 sec




Alternative Footage
04:19-04:24

In the TV version, Stewie says: "All right, wish me luck on my audition, Brian. If anyone deserves to be on Jolly Farm, it's me."

The DVD version features him saying: "Boy, everybody turned out for this thing, huh?"
He leans his head on Brian at the end, therefore the following animations are slightly different.

TV version 2,9 sec longer
picture for orientation




04:43

After he realizes he cannot do anything, Stewie says (on the DVD): "Why don't I just meet you home? I'm gonna run some errands."
Brian: "You sure you're okay?"
Stewie: "I'm positive."
[Zoom to his face]"Absolutely positive."

The TV version shows Stewie 0,4 sec longer here.

DVD version 7,8 sec longer




08:19

There is an additional scene before Stewie has his first show. Lois suggests sex games to Peter, but he is not interested.

Peter can be seen on the bed alone: "Man, I love Cheese Nips. It's a snack and a racial slur."
Lois enters half naked and Peter comments: "Hello. What's this?"
Lois: "Peter, you know how you always say you wanna do more role playing? I was thinking, how about I be the sexy suburban mom and you be my daughter's boyfriend Anthony?"
Peter: "Not tonight. I just had a fart that hurt my balls. I'm kind of out of commission right now. It's one of those kablam farts."
Lois: "It sounds like you're making up excuses."
Peter: "All right, fine. We'll have sex."
Lois: "Good."
Peter: "First turn of the light, get under the cover up to your neck. Turn away from me and lose seven pounds."
Lois: "Oh, just get the hell out of here."
Peter obeys her wish and says: "Close one."

36,9 sec




09:32

Stewie comments about the lack of a feminine character in Jolly Farm: "Damn right, you don't."
The following animations started a bit earlier and the man says: "Could be a breakout if we play it right."

3,5 sec




Alternative Footage
09:32-09:35

The position of the hands is a bit different beacuse of the previous change (pictures show DVD version only).

no difference in time
Bild zur Einordnung




14:31

Stewie/Karina tries to ignore Julie's wish to say goodbye to her "brother": "I'll tell him for you."
Julie: "I'd like to tell him in person if you don't mind."

3,1 sec




17:26

Peter adds: "And ever since my birthday last month, I've been really feeling it."

3,8 sec

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