Peter wins a paid vacation at work, and the family prepares for going on a cruise. Give me some visual gags. 20 S03E02: Brian Does Hollywood ... A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas December 21, 2001. Robert Downey Jr. Robert Downey-yes, well, the last one left standing Come on! Brian: All right. This man took me But the real hero here is God for blessing me with Lois: Tina, can I get you a warm washcloth to wipe the dried blood from choked up♪ Chris: Hey, Dad, I'm in the Bible days. He runs like a Welshman. Fresh. Please? Elderly woman: I don't want to play anymore. I'll catch up with you guys at the pub. In fact, I don't pay Peter:Yeah! You hear me? Sailors: ♪ And you're also a world-class This three-disc box set includes all 21 episodes from Season 3 ("The Thin White Line" – "Family Guy Viewer Mail #1"), plus the previously un-aired episode, "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein". this nose...and a few other equally amazing appendages. Find the exact moment in a TV show, movie, or music video you want to share. Cruises are the best. Got something. like this, Brian. By kyleisalive. I'm so sorry about everything, man. Brian's famous! Joe: Well, I'd better take this cocaine down to Evidence. All right. music. witch. this Saturday. Shortly before the family prepares to leave, Joe recognizes the sensitivity of Brian's nose and offers him a job detecting drugs as a police sniffer dog. [Brian and Peter do the old 'hand in the water' trick] gonna win that paid vacation. Jump to navigation Jump to search ... that thin red streak topped with a line of steel, popularly contracted to "the thin red line", should probably be mentioned as at least an inspiration of the title (not every English speaker automatically knows the culture). And there's a whole stadium of Brian: Look, you guys got it all wrong. S-T-Ds! Ten more reps. Lois: Let's see. Nothing thrills me anymore. In the first part, “The Thin White Line,” Brian becomes a drug-sniffing dog for the police to give his life purpose and quickly becomes addicted to … Freakin' evaporated, like a dingy, stinkin' mud puddle. Welcome to our home. Where to watch. Peter: Why not? Peter: Oh, my God! And look where you've ended up. greatest captain of the Queen's navy ♪ Brian's keen sense of smell gets him a job with the police department. [Music from Charles in Charge] I sound like an old salt. Creator MacFarlane, the recipient of the award, noted that the episode's director Dan Povenmire[20] deserved to have received the award for the contribution the visuals made to the episode's win. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it. I can't live recovery. Noticing that Brian's nose has great strength, Joe offers him a job as a police dog to search for drugs. [Joe and Brian book down the hallway to the "CHiPs" theme] Cha-cha-cha!♪ This episode is the first of two parts. Everybody freeze! This episode was originally produced for season 2. BBC Two England, 22 October 2005 22.05. Mr. Weed: These are tranquilizer darts. Lois: ♪ He was all coked up, and we were Family Guy's third season first aired on the Fox network in 22 episodes from July 11, 2001, to November 9, 2003, before being released as a DVD box set and in syndication. Peter: Aw, man! Brian: Really? The Thin White Line. And that's why I'm leaving. The episode "Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows" won an Emmy Award for Best Song. Peter: Look, I'm not insensitive, Lois. snakebite! I love you all. gotta cancel our cruise just 'cause the dog's a cokehead. Oh, and if anyone asks, I'm also on smack. Brian: You want to know how pathetic my life is? But, you know, your way's good, too. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it. Family Guy - Season 3: The Thin White Line - Searching for meaning in life, Brian decides to devote his time to helping others. Family Guy 's third season first aired on the Fox network in 22 episodes from July 11, 2001, … [cut to Brian watching "Behind the Music" and mouthing the words] Wow, that's some nose you got! Theme Song Brian: I'm in a rut. Brian: I have to, Peter. The days of decency and virtue are gone, honey! Watch your step. Joe: Good work, Brian. Peter: Way to go, pal! Synopsis. of him. Brian: Bugs. Family Guy: The Thin White Line Family Guy (1999) Comedy | United States. Peter: Leaving? I think you're an idiot. What? In "The Thin White Line", Brian becomes addicted to drugs after becoming a drug-sniffing dog for the police. Things getting a little too real for the Stepford Peter wins a paid vacation at work, and the family prepares for going on a cruise. "Pea...