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Choosy Wives Choose Smith 

When Stan finds out that Francine was engaged before they met to a man who disappeared in a plane crash but is still alive, he launches an elaborate plan to find out if she would choose the other man instead of him.

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Francine Smith (voice)
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Steve Smith (voice)
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Hayley Smith (voice)
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Klaus (voice)
Brooks Gardner ...
Travis
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Snot Lonstein (voice)
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Travis Bowe ...
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When Stan finds out that Francine was engaged before they met to a man who disappeared in a plane crash but is still alive, he launches an elaborate plan to find out if she would choose the other man instead of him.

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2 November 2008 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The title is based on the Jif peanut butter slogan "Choosy Moms Choose Jif." See more »

Quotes

Stan Smith: Roger I think I've figured out a way to get off the island. Is there such a thing as a Time Crab?
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Connections

Spoofs James and the Giant Peach (1996) See more »

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I'm Walking This Road Because You Stole My Car (Don't Go)
Written by lanna Lin / Fascinoma
Performed by Alanna Lin
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Stan, Roger and a flock of seagulls
16 June 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What starts out as a lukewarm episode really turns into something memorable buy the halfway mark. It's due mostly to the easygoing back-n-forth between Stan and Roger, and the latter of whom, though he's grown on me over the years, isn't usually this consistently funny.

Steve's side of the story is just himself and an injured stray cat. And even that becomes hilarious once the cat goes psycho and brings out the claws. Then it's just running-gag city.

The whole thing's silly, but it's great.

7/10


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