Brian and Stewie explore a series of alternate universes.
Did You Know?
The fate of the Jewish character who comes to the door is inspired by the long-standing rumor that Walt Disney
was a closet anti-Semite. Evidence is mostly circumstantial, although Walt certainly wasn't above using Jewish jokes of slightly questionable taste. (In The Opry House
(1929), for instance, Mickey dances around dressed as a Hasidic Jew. One scene cut from Three Little Pigs
(1933) even had the Wolf dressed up as a stereotypical Jewish peddler; the scene was changed after complaints came in from Jewish groups.) See more
During the Disney Universe "Its a wonderful day for pie" musical number, the front door is opened by Stewie and Brian. It stays open up to when Cleveland (drawn like Bambi's Flower) walks in, but then is closed and open by Chris. It can be seen open wide open, but is closed when Herbert (drawn like the queen's old lady disguise from Snow white) offering a red apple.
After Mort walks in, the cast yells "Jew!" and meg (drawn like the little mermaid's Ursula) grabs him with her tentacles. The door is missing. See more
Okay, I'm a new neighbor, and you're my pet human, Hotchkis, got it?
I'm not so crazy about "Hotchkis" anymore.
What do you mean? You came up with Hotchkis.
Eh, I know, but how about Axel or Maximillian or Dex? You know, it's gotta have an "x" in it 'cause that means I have cool parents who take me on expensive ski trips on spring break and I get to drink wine with dinner even though I'm only 14 and...
[Brian rings the doorbell
[scampering to the door
Drop Dead Legs
Written by Edward Van Halen
, Alex Van Halen
and David Lee Roth
Performed by Van Halen See more