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Family Guy - A Whole Cake or a Slice?
There are a few slip ups that have to do with the same thing. In the episode where the mob is going to kill Lois, they go to the mob leader to ask him to call off the hit. You see him grating cheese. Then he takes out a cake. Why would anyone put cheese on a cake? Then Peter asks for a slice of it. That was the favor that Peter used (on the day of the mob leader's daughter's wedding, he will do any favor). The guy gives Peter the whole cake when he only asked for a slice. That is also a slip up. The last slip up is when Lois and Peter go back outside, Peter only has a slice of cake, not a whole one. Three slip ups in less than three minutes, go figure.
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cdmro writes:
When he is grating cheese and puts it on a cake, it's supposed to be a joke. It's supposed to be "cheesecake". Plus, maybe he likes cheese on cake. I wonder why people put pineapples on pizza, but doesn't mean everyone who does are making slip-ups. When he gives him the whole cake, maybe he was just being generous. And for the last piece, there is also an explanation. Even though Peter loves food, he can be civilized while he eats it. Maybe he had finished all of the cake except that piece and put the cake on a plate to go. There are explanations for all those slip-up's.
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jderk writes:
Who's to say that Peter didn't just cut himself a slice and leave? Like you said, "when peter and lois go back outside...." It's because the scene cuts to them outside. So anytime in between then he could have just taken a slice. I remember once someone said to me "can I have a chip?" I didn't reach in a take it out for him. I offered him the whole bag and let him take what he wanted. Clearly nothing you said was a slip-up. This "slip-up should be deleted.
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Dollors writes:
I believe he was given a Tiramisu and if that is the case their IS cheese in it, usually mascarpone or ricotta but I hardly think you can grate them. Of course he could be grating chocolate....
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