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We open to The Griffins and the guys at the Halloween Carnival. Lois gets mad when Peter makes sulky comments while walking around. Peter really doesn’t want to be there even though his friends are with them, and Lois wants Peter to at least pretend he is having a good time. He runs into his boss, who makes a really crappy Pauly Shore as stiff and formal as Preston is.
They go into a horror house called “The House Of Unskippable Podcast Ads.” Definitely an interesting part of the carnival. The next attraction I see Peter enter is the “Hallway Of Holograms.” This one Peter goes into with the guys. I have to admit, it is a little creepy. In this attraction, Peter finds a “Hallogram Laboratory.” The scientist is a bit weird. He tells Peter about a hologram-making machine. Peter wants it so he can copy himself to deal with Lois. When Peter asks for it, the scientist says no, but Peter seductively asks about a trade. Peter gets a two-for-one deal. He trades his shirt for the hologram machine and the lab coat.
Back at the house, Peter programs the machine and copies himself. After telling his copy what to do, Peter hides so he can see how it goes. On the other hand, Lois is thrilled with Peter’s sudden turnaround. He is funny, charming, and helpful. Once everything is good, Peter takes off to The Clam. After a bender, Peter heads home. He watches Hologram Peter be a great dad and husband to his family. However, when Hologram Peter kisses Lois, he’s gone too far. Peter wants his family back.
When Peter tries to take back his family, Hologram Peter doesn’t want to give them up. After tying Peter up and going back to the family, Hologram Peter starts giving himself away. Lois grabs Stewie, Chris, and Brian and runs to the car, leaving Meg behind. After being drug back to the house, everyone was tied up. Peter comes to the rescue, and for someone who regularly brawls with a giant chicken, Peter doesn’t fight well. You will never guess how they defeat the hologram.
What did you think of the episode? Last week I complained about the single storyline episode because I was bored and missed the rest of the cast and antics. This episode was great, even only having one storyline. I got to see everyone, and there were laughs and, of course, eye-rolling. I can’t tell you how many times an episode I roll my eyes. How about you? Let me know in the comments below. Until next time, have fun storming the castle!