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Old May 3 2012, 12:34 AM   #1
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Family Guy “Bitch-Brian” and “Bitch-Stewie” = Voyager Y-class clones

I'm watching Family Guy episode "Quagmire's Baby" and Stewie creates clones of himself and Brian, which they refer to as "Bitch-Brian" and "Bitch Stewie". IMO, the clones Stewie created remind me of the biomimetic clones of the voyager crew created on the "Demon" Y-class planet, which we see in "Demon" and "Course: Oblivion". And just like the clones of Voyager and it's crew, Brian's and Stewie's clones become physically unstable and don't last beyond the end of the episode either.
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Old May 3 2012, 02:05 AM   #2
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Re: Family Guy “Bitch-Brian” and “Bitch-Stewie” = Voyager Y-class clon

Are you suggesting that an episode of Family Guy might be making an obscure reference to a pop culture sci fi show?? Surely not!
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Old May 3 2012, 04:01 AM   #3
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Re: Family Guy “Bitch-Brian” and “Bitch-Stewie” = Voyager Y-class clon

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I'm watching Family Guy episode "Quagmire's Baby" and Stewie creates clones of himself and Brian, which they refer to as "Bitch-Brian" and "Bitch Stewie". IMO, the clones Stewie created remind me of the biomimetic clones of the voyager crew created on the "Demon" Y-class planet, which we see in "Demon" and "Course: Oblivion". And just like the clones of Voyager and it's crew, Brian's and Stewie's clones become physically unstable and don't last beyond the end of the episode either.
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Old May 4 2012, 03:02 AM   #4
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Re: Family Guy “Bitch-Brian” and “Bitch-Stewie” = Voyager Y-class clon

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Are you suggesting that an episode of Family Guy might be making an obscure reference to a pop culture sci fi show?? Surely not!
Yeah really, surely not. Voyager didn't invent the concept of cloning or clones being genetically inferior to the original.
I hate when people ask sh*t like this.
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Old May 11 2012, 01:46 AM   #5
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Re: Family Guy “Bitch-Brian” and “Bitch-Stewie” = Voyager Y-class clon

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Are you suggesting that an episode of Family Guy might be making an obscure reference to a pop culture sci fi show?? Surely not!
Yeah really, surely not. Voyager didn't invent the concept of cloning or clones being genetically inferior to the original.
I hate when people ask sh*t like this.
oh i find it MUCH more entertaining than seeing everyone put a tv show under a super fuckin microscope
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