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Eight simple rule for dating my daughter

Tundro also comes in the house and starts shooting.

The breakfast machine itself is similar to the breakfast machine featured in the film Pee-wee's Big Adventure.

When Liddane introduces Stewie to her boyfriend, Stewie gets jealous and furious and rants about Liddane's boyfriend, "with his damn Teva sandals, and his Skoal Bandits, and his Abercrombie & Fitch long-sleeved open-stitch crew neck henley, smoking his sticky buds out of a soda can while watching his favorite downloaded Simpsons episodes every night." Stewie calling out to Liddane after she has departed is a reference to Catherine Earnshaw calling for Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights.

Two weeks later, Meg babysits Stewie again, then he realizes that he forgot to release Jeremy from Brian's trunk, and mildly assumes that he is dead, without much remorse.

The title of the episode is a play on the TV series 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, another Fox program.

She finally tells Neil that she wants to be his girlfriend and signs the original contract to prove her sincerity; the Goldmans quickly put her to work as a slave, putting on Neil's pajamas and plowing a field in their front yard.

Brian finds a clause in the contract stating that it is null and void if Neil cheats on Meg, so Peter convinces Lois to dress as Mystique and seduce him at a fake X-Men convention.

Neil tells Meg that he only wants her to be with him if she wants to be with him, tears up the contract, and quickly reconciles with his previous girlfriend.

Meg's relief quickly gives way to renewed jealousy.

Lois dismisses Liddane, who departs after giving Stewie a mixtape.

Stewie regrets his actions and pursues her, but she has disappeared.

(Good luck.) Or maybe you once were a teenage daughter.