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  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 drunk Peter Griffin moments.

  • Wait, did it, Brian, For this list, we'll be looking at the most entertaining scenes driven by the inebriated antics of the Griffin family's patriarch.

  • Minor plot reveals are discussed, so consider this your spoiler alert.

  • Which boozy bit cracks you up the most.

  • Drop your take in the comments below.

  • Now onto Cem.

  • Peter Griffin drinking shenanigans.

  • Number 10.

  • Peter has one too many on Thanksgiving as your dad ever ruin the holidays after having one too many.

  • If you're Chris Griffin, the answer is a hilarious yes.

  • What's your favorite preparation of a tomato is it?

  • Son died tomato when a friend's son mysteriously returned from Iraq on Turkey Day.

  • Peter shows he supports the troops.

  • Sort off with some of the shows.

  • Best antiwar humor.

  • Kevin, you know, I put a yellow ribbon on my car for you guys and and a little thing that says I support the troops because there's nothing I wouldn't do for you guys.

  • But I don't have any change on me right now.

  • After that, the very inebriated big guy proceeds to epically ruin a friendly game of touch football with Mork Cringe e but true humor.

  • Okay, so here's the game.

  • I'm drunk and I'm going to throw the football too hard at my kids.

  • Dad, do we have to?

  • But oh, don't cry.

  • He not only pegs Chris with a football multiple times while bystanders awkwardly watch but teases the poor kid to boot.

  • Maybe it's time to ease off, huh?

  • What are you talking about?

  • Lowest Dad's Getting drunk on Thanksgiving is a holiday tradition.

  • The bad dad defend his behavior with the sardonic cutaway appealing to the worst kind of tradition.

  • An unbroken chain of intergenerational violence stretching back to when hats, head belts.

  • That's it.

  • The belt is covered off number nine.

  • Peter becomes the brewery mascot.

  • When the sitcom dad first saw inside Pawtucket Brewery, it was a world of pure inebriation.

  • Will be tanked like the whole Irish nation.

  • Things continue that way.

  • While he worked for the beermaker, that is, until his boss Angela, voiced by the late, great Carrie Fisher, died.

  • We're gonna put a flag on you, and wherever you go.

  • People will know that's where they put their recyclables.

  • Please don't just throw them over that his new dual bosses seemed to have it in for Peter before hearing him drinking on the job.

  • And John, what are you doing?

  • Playing a game on my phone and having a beer and, God willing, going to the bathroom?

  • Instead of getting canned, Peter becomes the breweries mascot.

  • I mean, Uh huh.

  • No, we did it, Seeing him shoot a commercial on a less than luxurious New England beach and suffered through other absurd travails while guzzling his favorite beer is pure comedy gold.

  • Cool it with Drummond anyway.

  • You have the water your house because I would think that you know what?

  • Let's just forget the conversation and just pose for the picture.

  • Alas, the fun and carbs come to an end when Peter learns it's a dog eat dog world in the mascot game, let's hear more from the dog.

  • Number eight.

  • Peter's First Day when the Griffin family's breadwinner needs a job, he takes the old adage of doing what you love a little too seriously.

  • Turns out there's a job opening at the Pawtucket Brewery after just one visit to the unemployment office, Peter scores the perfect gig, working for his favorite brewery.

  • Even better, his new employer gives workers free beer.

  • We just ask that you don't drink during your shift.

  • That won't be a problem.

  • Like a fat fox in the henhouse are lovable.

  • Lush manages to screw up his new career before even getting his i.

  • D badge.

  • Mr.

  • Griffin, since you can't control your drinking, you've been demoted to the shipping department.

  • Come on.

  • This is your new supervisor, Angela.

  • The speed at which the big guy gets hammered and nude is comically absurd.

  • But it's the rial nous of his drunken outburst that causes us to Snee Schnapps all over the TV.

  • Originally aired in 2005, this bit still stands up, which is more than we can say for drunk old Pete.

  • Dad, what the hell are you doing?

  • Yeah, yeah.

  • Hey, buddy.

  • I have a triple cheeseburger and a large fries and you sell pants.

  • Number seven Peters piano performance.

  • This time PD isn't solely to blame for his boozed up shenanigans.

  • Yeah, that's incredible.

  • I don't understand how you like the idiot from Shine.

  • Instead, his wife's desire to upstage arrival at a piano competition, ironically, leads lowest to become the Big Guys.

  • Biggest enabler.

  • It turns out.

  • He's a regular.

  • Amadeus went under the Influence Way, found his muse.

  • Oh my God, you can only play the piano when you're drunk.

  • Well, maybe that's slightly over selling it as his repertoire consists solely of television theme songs.

  • Nonetheless, his staccato performances are pretty impressive.

  • So lowest feeds and drinks to maintain his buzzed flow.

  • State.

  • Oh, Lois, I'm losing my buzz anymore.

  • Talent, juice by show time, Peter is so inebriated that he can't find the piano.

  • Nonetheless, after a loud belch and a little assist, he plays one heck of a lick.

  • Many simple yet effective sight gags helped set the scene apart, as does Lois's role reversal.

  • Number six.

  • Peter and his friends give mega ride.

  • The guys drinking session is cut short.

  • When Lois asked the P Man to pick up his daughter from the skating rink, we'll just move the party to the skating rink who's sober enough to drive?

  • This annoys the middle aged men who seemed particularly slosh and rambunctious.

  • Dad, where have you been?

  • I've been waiting for over an hour grabs From what?

  • There, bub.

  • Daddy and his friends have been drinking when Griffin and the gang finally arrived there an hour late and proceed to ignore mag while causing more trouble than a pack of drunk teens.

  • After that, the scene culminates in a roller disco dance number for the ages.

  • The fat man may not win Dad of the Year and probably should have his license revoked, but he sure can boogie.

  • This sequences comedically right, because it's so wrong on every other level.

  • That was awesome.

  • Oh my God, that was completely by accident.

  • Packed with killer cutaways, crude jokes and some fly animated choreography, this bender is a definite winner.

  • Number five.

  • Peter and Joe trade cars seeing co hogs, biggest y know, trade quips and vehicles with his buddies may not be squad goals, but it sure does split our sights.

  • After all, riel friends tell you when you're being a do sh case in point, Quagmire shows up inside a bar with sunglasses on.

  • Hey, guys, No, no, no, no, no, no.

  • I'm not allowed to do it.

  • Peter and his cop buddy Joe have none of it in a genuine yet jocular moment after hilariously deflecting quagmires.

  • Written call for help.

  • The big guy in Joe Trade Keys completely failing to grasp the concept of a designated driver.

  • Okay, Joe.

  • Joe, you're drunk.

  • Okay?

  • You're drunk.

  • Give me your keys and I'm drunk, so I'll give you my keys.

  • Okay?

  • Now we're both going to drive home simultaneously.

  • Risque and dumb.

  • Part of the ride charm is thinking of how much it probably infuriates the mothers against drunk driving crowd.

  • Watching Mr Griffin play cop is a cathartic gag that never gets old.

  • You've been drinking the night, sir.

  • No, Officer.

  • I sat a class of dinner with my wine.

  • Okay, I'm gonna need you to step out of the car and walk a straight line, please.

  • E Yeah.

  • Alright.

  • You'll be safe, sir.

  • There's a lot of crazies out there tonight.

  • Number four Peter damages company property.

  • We've seen Papa Griffin buzzed and trashed, but never quite so ripped In an episode featuring three shorts inspired by popular directors, the best is saved for last fight.

  • With so many quick shots and close ups, you can't tell what's going on.

  • The final chapter combines the excitement and incoherence of a Michael Bay film and the drunken antics of our favorite family man.

  • Well, he may have traded his dad bod for a chiseled physique.

  • His love of alcohol and trouble are strong as ever.

  • The search is underway for a man strong enough to throw a cake with enough force to save the seven wonders of the world.

  • Theo Short opens with our muscled main character, tossing kegs onto his back until he punches one open and chugs it.

  • This leads to his now sexy boss firing him, though not before they French.

  • It makes about as much sense as a Transformer sequel, but it sure does make us laugh to Number three Peter Bonds with Meg of all this surly sires, Questionable parenting moments is Talk with Mag about the dangers of alcohol is one of the most memorable.

  • I'm starting to sober up, so I'm gonna need one to keep uneven playing field, all right, but it stays between us.

  • It may sound like buzz kill, but Peter's constant stream of non sequiturs and cookie cutaways keep things lighter than a diet white claw.

  • Besides, the fatherly talking Thio nearly instantly devolved into an intergenerational drinking contest they parody Jaws and Raiders of the Lost Ark, while Eddie Murphy song party All the Time proves it's still an insidious earworm.

  • Beer bongs Instant fails in Vegas and a minor act of piracy add to the whimsical fun of this booze fueled romp.

  • Most of all, we love the vicarious thrill of watching this Griffin family duo break all the rules.

  • Number two Mr Booze Song.

  • They already seen this movie.

  • Let's talk.

  • Let's talk about other movies we've seen.

  • That's an excellent idea.

  • Many family guy episodes feature the titular characters love the sauce, but none do it with quite a much musical flair as this one.

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  • Hey, those guys air backwards now Get away from her.

  • It opens on Peter and his dog, Brian, drinking while obnoxiously talking in a movie theater, leading them to be forced to attend a somewhere in co hog.

  • There's a kid not being picked up from baseball practice, and it's all thanks, tow us.

  • Rather than learning, The big man corrupts the group, turning it into a secret speakeasy.

  • Naturally, the noise attracts cops.

  • You will wind up wearing cat shoes if you match with Mr Boots.

  • Ever resourceful the drinkers disguised their scheme with one of the show's catchiest musical numbers, period ing Robin and the Seven hoods.

  • When Peter dies while driving home, Drunk Death gives him one more chance after showing him the dangers of alcoholism and sobriety.

  • Here we are.

  • Well, everything looks fine.

  • Okay, all right.

  • Family lineup for Cigar burns Still, nothing tops the humor and unfortunate city of the Toe tapping Mr Booze.

  • That's a shame, e.

  • Before we unveil our topic, here are a few other honorable mentions of Peter getting a little too drinky.

  • Joe's hair gets caught on fire.

  • The clue.

  • Yo, what?

  • Your hair looks stupid.

  • Peter gets his license picture taken.

  • We'll see.

  • I got drunk and then got my picture taken.

  • So that way, when I get pulled over for drunk driving, I look the same as on my license, you know?

  • And then the copper copper will say, Oh, you're fine.

  • You're not drunk.

  • This is you Normal.

  • I could tell by the picture.

  • Peter at a baseball game.

  • Now toe have the only exciting thing in the game happened as soon as I turned my back.

  • Rich Peter buys around.

  • Hey Horace, Another round for everybody.

  • Josh.

  • Peter, you're really being generous with your money.

  • Hey, what's the point of being rich if you can't share it with your pals?

  • Huh?

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  • Number one Peter competes in a drinking contest with his riel.

  • Father Peter, have you been drinking?

  • Family Guy is that it's best when it's the worst.

  • And this episode is exhibit number 10 Grandpa!

  • Oh, my God.

  • Is he breathing?

  • Somebody call an ambulance After accidentally committing patricide, Peter discovers his real dad lives in Ireland.

  • Unlike his judgmental tee totaling step parent, the big guys Biological father turns out to be the town drunk.

  • Top of the morning.

  • Ladies, let me catch you on Irish Rose.

  • While our rotund protagonists normally barrels over anything Mickey MK Finnegan proves nearly his equal in bad parenting and drinking.

  • Wow.

  • Uh, yeah.

  • Seeing Peter finally met his match is satisfying, but it also means the humor flows from the plot and characters rather than cutaways.

  • Tennessee, Tennessee, Morrison, Shaughnessy, Ribbon and Rooney.

  • They'll tell you the same.

  • When the to finally face off the jokes really feel earned.

  • Packed with offensive stereotypes and culminating with the musical bar fight, it's easy to see why this scene is peak Peter.

  • Oh, the Irish lads air, all infirm and our moods, in fact, this ligature, because we're all the spot of a pickle spot way don't can were later from a drunken Irish dad.

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