"Movin' Out (Brian's Song)" is the second episode of the sixth season and the 100th overall of the animated series Family Guy. The episode originally aired on Fox in the United States on September 30, 2007. It was written by John Viener and directed by Cyndi Tang. In the episode, Peter convinces Brian to move in with his girlfriend Jillian and Stewie tags along to help pay the rent. Meanwhile, Meg and Chris get jobs at the convenience store where Chris befriends the manager, prompting Meg to do all the hard work. Wikipedia
Movin' Out (Brian's Song) is a member of the following lists: 2007 television episodes, Family Guy (season 6) episodes, Family Guy season 6 episodes, Family Guy episodes, Film Genre: Animation, Film Genre: Comedy, Screen Color: Color, Language: English and Film Sound Mix: Dolby.
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Chris Griffin: Wow! You were almost in a dirt-bike race! Carl: Yeah... I filled out most of the paper work, too. Chris Griffin: You are the coolest guy I have ever met! Carl: Yeah. Meg Griffin: (walks on screen) Hey guys! Chris, I need you to stack the boxes in the back for me. Carl: Ah... ya know what, Meg? Why don't you do that? I need Chris up here with me. Meg Griffin: But the boxes are really heavy! Carl: Uh... that's 'cause there's a bunch a' stuff in them. (elbows Chris) Carl: Chris... Chris Griffin: (starts laughing as if on cue) Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha. Meg Griffin: (sighs and leaves) Carl: Hey... Chris... have you ever seen the movie "Cruel Intentions?" Chris Griffin: No. Carl: Selma Blair and Sarah Michelle Gellar make out... it's pretty hot. 47 minutes, 16 seconds in. Chris Griffin: No way! Carl: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Hey, you know what another good movie is, "Career Opportunities" with Jennifer Connoly. I mean, that's one of those movies where... she's... really hot in it... but it's also a good movie. Chris Griffin: She was in "A Beautiful Mind" and I gotta say the direction was excellent but I was very disappointed that she... uh... wore clothes the entire film. Carl: Was she hot in it? Chris Griffin: Yeah, in the way that like classy women with expensive clothing, who never take them off are hot. Ya' know? Carl: No. Chris Griffin: Alright... so ya' see a hot girl, and you're like okay... I appreciate your exterior beauty because you've definitely worked at it with the clothing... and the jewlery and the make-up. But, secretly I'm like... hey man... where is the chase, and how do I cut to it? Carl: Wow... you're smart. Chris Griffin: Wha... What?